Selasa, 20 Desember 2011


What's Next for T-Mobile?
New York Times (blog)
By BRIAN X. CHEN | December 19, 2011, 6:20 pm Seth Perlman/Roberto Pfeil/AP AT&T on Monday withdrew its $39 billion bid to acquire T-Mobile after facing resistance from governmental agencies that had raised antitrust concerns. In a statement, AT&T said ...
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New York Times (blog)
Pampanga, Cebu send coffins, Formalin, mobile morgue
Manila Bulletin
Similarly, the Cebu City Government was ready to send its mobile morgues to Mindanao on Tuesday to assist in managing the remains of the victims recovered after the flash flood in both cities of Cagayan de Oro and Iligan. Cebu City Mayor Michael Rama ...
See all stories on this topic »AT&T Pulls T-Mobile Bid After Regulator Opposition
Washington Post
19 (Bloomberg) -- AT&T Inc. abandoned a $39 billion takeover bid for T-Mobile USA after underestimating opposition from regulators, thwarting its ambitions to become the biggest US wireless carrier. AT&T will take a pretax charge of $4 billion to ...
See all stories on this topic »INXPO Announces Groundbreaking Mobile Access and Interaction for Online Event ...
Sacramento Bee
Mobile device attendees will no longer have to settle for a limited subset of functionality, or feel as though they are unable to be full event participants. The new app, available for both iOS and Android users, features the full suite of INXPO ...
See all stories on this topic »KoolSpan Acquires Secure Mobile Applications Suite and Engineering Team From ...
MarketWatch (press release)
BETHESDA, Md., Dec 20, 2011 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- KoolSpan, Inc., developer of the TrustChip(R) family of plug-in mobile security solutions, today announced the acquisition of the secure mobileapplications suite and engineering team from SRA ...
See all stories on this topic »ProfitStars Introduces Mobile Website Platform
PR Newswire (press release)
Its ProfitStars® division announced today the availability of the Mobile Website™ platform, which enables financial institutions to complement existing online and mobile banking solutions with websites designed distinctively for the mobile channel. ...
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Greenhill Pushed Into League Table Obscurity After AT&T Pulls T-Mobile Bid
The collapse of the T-Mobile deal pulls global takeover volume down to about $2.19 trillion this year, little changed from all of 2010. Advisers on the Deutsche Telekom side may fare better, and could still get a percentage of the deal's reverse $3 ...
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Procter & Gamble Cuts Mobile Coupon Deal
Wall Street Journal (blog)
Samsung Venture Investment Corp., an investment arm of Samsung, a large maker of mobiledevices, recently invested money in mobeam. Scanning technology is improving slowly. Airlines and some retailers like Target and Walgreens have developed technology ...
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Birmingham firm's GOP mobile app takes off (blog)
By Martin Swant --- The Birmingham News High Ground Solutions President & CEO Timothy McCarrell and Senior Vice President, Marketing, Sales and Business Development Mitch Edwards with the iPad that has the WhipCast app his company created. ...
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Google's impressive new mobile
Adelaide Now
GOOGLE doesn't need to make its own phones. Its software already dominates the smartphone market. But the internet giant's home-brand handsets let Android fans see Google innovations in their purest form, untouched by carriers and manufacturers. ...
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