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  • Vodafone Completes $10 bil German Cable Deal

    LONDON -- U.K. cell-phone operator Vodafone, which is looking to expand its fixed-line, broadband and television biz, has completed its Euro 7.7 billion ($10 billion) takeover of Germany's top cabler, Kabel Deutschland. Vodafone, which now holds 76% of...
  • Rumors Swirl About Verizon iPhone Ahead Of Tuesday Press Event

    Rumors Swirl About Verizon iPhone Ahead Of Tuesday Press Event
    Verizon Wireless said Friday it will hold a press conference on Jan. 11, reigniting rumors that it will become the second U.S. carrier to sell Apple Inc.'s iPhone. At the International Consumer Electronics Show this week in Las Vegas, Verizon already...
  • Will Verizon Be Big Winner From Having iPhone?

    Will Verizon Be Big Winner From Having iPhone?
    Verizon Wireless would seem to be a big winner after its expected announcement Tuesday that it will start selling the iPhone and break Apple Inc.'s monogamous relationship with AT&T Inc. in the U.S. But for several reasons, the iPhone's arrival to...
  • Verizon iPhone Hits Store Shelves, Ending AT&T's Exclusive Hold

    Verizon iPhone Hits Store Shelves, Ending AT&T's Exclusive Hold
    NEW YORK/SAN FRANCISCO -- Verizon Wireless began selling Apple's iPhone at long last, ending AT&T Inc's more than three-year stranglehold on the device in the United States. Small crowds of iPhone fans braved a frigid New York dawn to line up outside...
  • Verizon Backtracks On $2 Fee Amid Customer Outrage

    Verizon Backtracks On $2 Fee Amid Customer Outrage
    Verizon Wireless has reversed its decision to charge a $2 fee for one-time telephone and online bill payments after a storm of criticism from consumers and the U.S. communications regulator. The biggest U.S. wireless operator retracted its decision on...
  • China's Steve Jobs?

    There aren't many American entrepreneurs who would have the nerve to compare themselves to Steve Jobs and Apple. To find a guy crazy enough to do that, you have to go to China. That's where you'll find Lei Jun, the jeans-and-black-shirt-wearing...
  • Virgin Atlantic to Allow Cellphone Calls During Flights

    Virgin Atlantic to Allow Cellphone Calls During Flights
    LONDON -- Virgin Atlantic will now allow passengers to make and receive cell phone calls while in flight. The privilege is only available on certain flights and only six passengers at a time will be able to use the system. According to the airline,...
  • Research in Motion Blackberry profits surge 45%

     
    BlackBerry maker Research in Motion reports strong third-quarter earnings....
  • Egypt orders mobile phone carriers to suspend service

     
    The Egyptian government has ordered all Wireless phone carriers to suspend mobile services "in selected areas" of the country, according to a report from the Associated Press. The AP said it caught word of the latest move to blackout communication lines...
  • EGYPT: Foreign telecommunications companies stepping in to connect protesters to Internet

     
    Foreign telecommunications companies are helping to provide Egyptians with Internet access over fixed phone lines after the Cairo government's shutdown of online and cellular services. French Data Network of Paris announced on its website Monday that it...
  • 'Auto cucumbered' text messages gone wrong. Oops, that's 'auto corrected'

     
    What with all the walking and texting, dining and texting, and talking and texting that goes on, it's no wonder that communication sometimes breaks down. Throw in auto correct, and you're guaranteed some jaw-dropping mishaps. That's probably why the blog....