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  • Tutu Project: A man in a pink tutu and the woman who loves him

    Bob and Linda Carey's love story is told in a new video, and it centers on a middle-aged man with a bit of a belly being photographed in an assortment of locations while wearing a big pink tutu and little else.  If that's the best sight in this video,...
  • 'Mr. Peabody' zooms past 'Need for Speed'; Disney after Iger

    'Mr. Peabody' zooms past 'Need for Speed'; Disney after Iger
    After the coffee. Before the green beer. The Skinny: Happy St. Patrick's Day! That was quite an earthquake, L.A. folks. Anyone who read my box-office projector column this week saw everything turn out as expected. Just kidding! Some people thought "Need...
  • Combined T-Mobile-MetroPCS debuts on N.Y. Stock Exchange as 'TMUS'

    Combined T-Mobile-MetroPCS debuts on N.Y. Stock Exchange as 'TMUS'
    With the acquisition of MetroPCS, T-Mobile is picking up 9 million new customers, more wireless spectrum and a stock exchange ticker symbol. The company, which has been renamed T-Mobile U.S., debuted Wednesday on the New York Stock Exchange, trading...
  • First Firefox OS-based smartphone to launch this week in Spain

    First Firefox OS-based smartphone to launch this week in Spain
    Mozilla's first mobile operating system, Firefox OS, will launch Tuesday with the ZTE Open smartphone being offered by a wireless carrier in Spain, the Web browser developer announced. The ZTE Open will cost about $90 when converted from euros. It will be...
  • AT&T Buys T-Mobile for $39B to Create Largest Mobile Carrier

    AT&T Buys T-Mobile for $39B to Create Largest Mobile Carrier
    NEW YORK -- AT&T Inc struck a $39 billion deal to buy Deutsche Telekom AG's T-Mobile USA, to create a new U.S. mobile market leader and bolster its constrained network against a near insatiable appetite for videos and data from Apple iPhone and iPad...
  • There's little privacy in a digital world

    There's little privacy in a digital world
    During his two-hour morning bike ride, Eric Hartman doesn't pay much attention to his iPhone. But the iPhone is paying attention to him. As he traverses the 30-mile circuit around Seal Beach, Hartman's iPhone knows precisely where he is at every moment,...
  • AT&T Pulls $39 Billion Bid To Buy T-Mobile

    NEW YORK -- Facing heavy resistance from the U.S. government to its $39 billion bid for T-Mobile, AT&T on Monday officially killed off the deal that would have created by far the nation's largest wireless company. AT&T went down fighting. It warned...
  • AT&T Won't Buy T-Mobile

    AT&T Won't Buy T-Mobile
    AT&T Inc. is ending its $39 billion bid to buy T-Mobile USA, it said Monday. The decision followed fierce government objections when the Justice Department sued to block the merger, saying it would reduce competition and lead to higher prices. The...
  • AT&T, T-Mobile Sale Talks Go Cold: Report

    AT&T, T-Mobile Sale Talks Go Cold: Report
    NEW YORK -- Talks over potential asset sales as part of AT&T's efforts to get approval of its $39 billion purchase of T-Mobile USA have gone cold, according to reports Sunday. Although AT&T could still try to fight the Department of Justice in court,...
  • AT&T to convert T-Mobile 3G towers to 4G, switch T-Mobile 3G users to AT&T phones

     
    AT&T said on Monday that T-Mobile's 3G subscribers will need to replace their phones to keep their wireless service going -- that is, if the AT&T buying T-Mobile deal goes through. Sometime after the deal is closed, AT&T said it is planning to...
  • AT&T to buy T-Mobile USA, creating U.S. wireless giant

     
    AT&T Inc. announced Sunday it would buy T-Mobile USA in a cash and stock deal worth $39 billion, a move that would combine two of the largest U.S. wireless providers and build a telecommunications behemoth that would tower over Verizon Wireless, the other...