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Fast Company Magazine
Apple Vs. Xiaomi, Amazon Vs. Instacart, And 8 More Vital RivalsEU regulators continue to challenge Silicon Valley giants Alphabet and Amazon.
Apple Vs. Xiaomi, Amazon Vs. Instacart, And 8 More Vital Rivals
Fast Company Magazine / Posted 4 days ago
EU regulators continue to challenge Silicon Valley giants Alphabet and Amazon. The Reigning Champion Google’s Project Fi wireless service remains a hobby, but Alphabet, Google’s parent, is ramping up its Verizon Fios competitor, Fiber—and pushing... Read more
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Canberra Times
5G: The great mobile broadband fraud?insulated from the need to cooperate with rivals. The problem, Mr Entwistle sa
5G: The great mobile broadband fraud?
Canberra Times / Posted 7 days ago
insulated from the need to cooperate with rivals. The problem, Mr Entwistle said, was not the technical strides that wireless engineers were making ­­— even though 5G commercial services were still at least five years away. Rather, he said,... Read more
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Brisbane Times
5G: The great mobile broadband fraud?insulated from the need to cooperate with rivals. The problem, Mr Entwistle sa
5G: The great mobile broadband fraud?
Brisbane Times / Posted 7 days ago
insulated from the need to cooperate with rivals. The problem, Mr Entwistle said, was not the technical strides that wireless engineers were making ­­— even though 5G commercial services were still at least five years away. Rather, he said,... Read more
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7d
The Age
5G: The great mobile broadband fraud?insulated from the need to cooperate with rivals. The problem, Mr Entwistle sa
5G: The great mobile broadband fraud?
The Age / Posted 7 days ago
insulated from the need to cooperate with rivals. The problem, Mr Entwistle said, was not the technical strides that wireless engineers were making ­­— even though 5G commercial services were still at least five years away. Rather, he said,... Read more
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7d
WA Today
5G: The great mobile broadband fraud?insulated from the need to cooperate with rivals. The problem, Mr Entwistle sa
5G: The great mobile broadband fraud?
WA Today / Posted 7 days ago
insulated from the need to cooperate with rivals. The problem, Mr Entwistle said, was not the technical strides that wireless engineers were making ­­— even though 5G commercial services were still at least five years away. Rather, he said,... Read more
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7d
Sydney Morning Herald
5G: The great mobile broadband fraud?insulated from the need to cooperate with rivals. The problem, Mr Entwistle sa
5G: The great mobile broadband fraud?
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 7 days ago
insulated from the need to cooperate with rivals. The problem, Mr Entwistle said, was not the technical strides that wireless engineers were making ­­— even though 5G commercial services were still at least five years away. Rather, he said,... Read more
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E-Commerce Times
Can Huawei Overtake Apple and Samsung?to slow, and if Huawei growth continues to accelerate, there could be a change
Can Huawei Overtake Apple and Samsung?
E-Commerce Times / Posted 15 days ago
to slow, and if Huawei growth continues to accelerate, there could be a change in perception regarding leadership in the wireless smartphone sector. Things can change very quickly. Remember, Motorola once led this space. Then Nokia and... Read more
20d
Fortune
Here Are the 10 Most Profitable Companiesbehemoth exceeded Wall Street expectations with a profit surge of 85% over the
Here Are the 10 Most Profitable Companies
Fortune / Posted 20 days ago
behemoth exceeded Wall Street expectations with a profit surge of 85% over the course of 2015, totaling $17.9 billion. Verizon vz attracted 4.5 million new wireless subscribers last year—the hard-earned fruit of sales promotions, tablet deals,... Read more
22d
The Star
T-Mobile offers a share of itself to customers, launches gift appNEW YORK: T-Mobile US Inc, the No. 3 U.S. wireless provider, wants to turn its
T-Mobile offers a share of itself to customers, launches gift app
The Star / Posted 22 days ago
NEW YORK: T-Mobile US Inc, the No. 3 U.S. wireless provider, wants to turn its monthly subscribers into shareholders by offering them a share in the company's stock for free, it said on Monday. T-Mobile, which calls itself the "Un-carrier," said in... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
T-Mobile offers a share of itself to customers, launches gift appREUTERS: T-Mobile US Inc said on Monday it will give a share of the wireless co
T-Mobile offers a share of itself to customers, launches gift app
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 22 days ago
REUTERS: T-Mobile US Inc said on Monday it will give a share of the wireless company's stock to customers who hold a postpaid or monthly account for free to turn its customers into shareholders. Shares of T-Mobile were relatively unchanged at... Read more
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22d
FierceTelecom
Level 3 to discontinue legacy TDM business voice servicesconsumer customers migrate to IP and cloud-based services, service providers li
Level 3 to discontinue legacy TDM business voice services
FierceTelecom / Posted 22 days ago
consumer customers migrate to IP and cloud-based services, service providers like Level 3 and large service providers like Verizon (NYSE: VZ) and Sprint (NYSE: S) have been seeking permission to retire legacy voice services. Verizon, for instance,... Read more
22d
AdWeek
Verizon's Old Pitchman, Paul Marcarelli, Switches to Sprint in Delicious Bit of BackstabbingThe wireless wars have been getting notoriously dirty, and now Sprint has come
Verizon's Old Pitchman, Paul Marcarelli, Switches to Sprint in Delicious Bit of Backstabbing
AdWeek / Posted 22 days ago
The wireless wars have been getting notoriously dirty, and now Sprint has come up with the most deviously clever attack yet—signing up Paul Marcarelli, who worked for years as Verizon's "Can you hear me now?" guy, as its own spokesman. Sprint crows... Read more
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23d
Business Wire
Look Who Switched to Sprint from Verizon: The Guy Who Used To Ask If You Could Hear Me Now“I’ve watched with interest as each of the wireless carriers claims to be the m
Look Who Switched to Sprint from Verizon: The Guy Who Used To Ask If You Could Hear Me Now
Business Wire / Posted 23 days ago
“I’ve watched with interest as each of the wireless carriers claims to be the most reliable or the fastest,” said Marcarelli. “But what I’ve found is…the ‘better’ that some other national carriers claim about reliability is really less than a 1%... Read more
23d
CNET
Verizon's 'Can you hear me now?' guy is back... with SprintActor Paul Marcarelli is back on television, but with Sprint. He previously spe
Verizon's 'Can you hear me now?' guy is back... with Sprint
CNET / Posted 23 days ago
Actor Paul Marcarelli is back on television, but with Sprint. He previously spent a decade as a pitchman for Verizon. Many of you will remember Verizon's "Can you hear me now?" campaign. You know, the one that featured a horn-rimmed glasses-sporting... Read more
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Business Wire
Sprint LTE Plus Posts Strong Gains in Network Reliability, Beats T-Mobile and Pulls Within 1% of Verizon and AT&TSprint’s network reliability. In fact, Sprint’s reliability now beats T-Mobile’
Sprint LTE Plus Posts Strong Gains in Network Reliability, Beats T-Mobile and Pulls Within 1% of Verizon and AT&T
Business Wire / Posted 26 days ago
Sprint’s network reliability. In fact, Sprint’s reliability now beats T-Mobile’s and performs within 1 percent of AT&T and Verizon.1 This is a dramatic improvement in the last two years, giving Sprint customers a significantly better experience... Read more

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