Agreement for the $73bn media group might come as soon as this weekend
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A full-blown acquisition looks hard to pull off
Android maker's first in-house smartphone carries a decidedly Apple-y whiff.
Luca to offer big data as a service, consultancy services, and sell anonymous, aggregated data generated by its networks.
Vendor expects weaker than normal sales growth in Q4, says revenue will take a hit from a scaled-down services contract in North America.
Sweden-based telco reports flat revenue, slight decline in EBITDA.
Lawmakers say the mobile phone group illegally took more than $14bn out of the country
Being boring sometimes is not an option any more
Broadcaster tells investors it intends to seize ‘substantial’ share of sector
Group is diving into a very shallow pool with its entry into the UK mobile market
Buyer set to demand discount on $4.8bn price over cyber attack at internet group
Sector needs the same access rights as those enjoyed by water companies
Mobile operator sells bond backed by spectrum that carries messages, data and calls
U.S. telco added 442,000 retail postpaid mobile customers.
French incumbent aims to make virtual reality accessible with affordable device.
T-Mobile's network to go live in major cities next week; operator targets nationwide coverage in 2017.
Company ends September with 481 million 4G customers; fixed broadband business sees strong growth.
Matthew Hancock calls for more competition at network level
Deal will create cableco serving 2.2 million unique subscribers.
Swiss incumbent to use new copper tech for final drop in fibre-to-the-street network.
Dedicated IoT networks to go live in Germany, Ireland, Netherlands, Spain during first quarter of 2017.
Struggling Internet company reports jump in profit, but core revenue declines.
Vodafone will use Inmarsat’s satellite network to help provide global business connectivity
Cable group ups stake in French mobile operator by 5.2%
Qualcomm, Netgear complete development of cat 16 WiFi router.
Ex-Telus CEO Joe Natale hired after former Vodafone UK chief makes abrupt departure.
U.S. mobile operator's recovery continues as revenue inches up, net loss narrows.
Ultrafast throughput achieved over 30 metres of copper; speed drops to 5 Gbps at 70 metres.
Japan-based telco hopes to grow fund size to $100 billion by attracting additional investors.
Ovum predicts 11% of broadband services in Western Europe could be delivered via the copper-upgrade technology within five years.
Operators regulator, reportedly resolve spectrum spat.
Far from securing the South Korean group’s place in the market, the exploding Galaxy Note 7 threatens it
Partnership to be based in London will be investing over 5 years
Telecoms group wants the media company to show full effect of the cyber attack
Report says broadband competitor to Openreach and Virgin would struggle with Ofcom coverage targets
Personal tech columnist Tim Bradshaw looks at the Note’s legacy
Credible progress on state and private partnerships is needed
Hundreds of fake tax officials extort tens of millions of dollars from US residents
Blocking of deal raises question of commitment to capitalism, says chief
Telecoms group ordered to pay £400,000 after hackers accessed data of more than 150,000 customers