AT&T CEO does not envision regulatory approval of T-Mobile and Sprint merger

Randall Stephenson, chief executive at AT&T, unsurprisingly expressed doubts that SoftBank and Sprint will gain regulatory approval to acquire T-Mobile USA.

While one might say it was just sour grapes from AT&T’s own failed attempt to pick up T-Mobile years ago, Mr. Stephenson levied the same argument in this case.

“The problem as I see it is the way the government shut our deal down. They wrote a complaint and a very specific complaint. You’re consolidating the industry from four to three national competitors. If you think of Sprint and T-Mobile combining, I struggle to ...
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Samsung Galaxy S5 Prime pops up in the Netherlands without QHD display

Samsung has apparently shown off the upcoming Galaxy S5 Prime in the Netherlands at an event by Dutch carrier KPN. While the device did appear at the event, Samsung did not confirm the name of the device. An interesting thing about the device that was presented is that it includes a 1080 x 1920 pixel […]


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TalkAndroid Daily Dose for June 17, 2014

With hectic schedules, it can be hard to keep track of everything in your news feed. That’s why we created the TalkAndroid Daily Dose. This is where we recap the day’s hottest stories so you can get yourself up to speed in quick fashion. Happy reading!! Apps Garmin launches new premium navigation app called víago […]


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Symbian encryption keys were once held for ransom, Nokia paid millions

Long before the era of Windows Phone, or even the iPhone, Nokia was king of the mobile phone industry as a whole, and more than half of the smartphone market on top of that.

Nokia’s smartphones were run by the Symbian operating system. In 2007, during the time when Nokia was offering devices like the E61i, and the N95, a blackmailer managed to acquire the encryption key to the operating system, a file only a few kilobytes in size.

How the code was acquired has not been revealed, but the blackmailer extorted Nokia for millions of euros on the threat of releasing the key in the open. ...
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Moto X+1 leaked in video ahead of September launched

Recently, TK Tech News offered $25,000 to anyone willing to leak Motorola‘s follow up to the popular Moto X, the Moto X+1. It seems that the offer has been claimed. The video dates back to February, and is a beta boot animation found on test devices. While the video has been seen before, TK Tech News is confident […]


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