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  • Big tech to lose billions from US spying

    Three of Germany's largest email providers, including partly state-owned Deutsche Telekom teamed up to offer a new service, Email Made in Germany.
  • Vodafone plans invasion of German cable

    Wall Street analysts said that they knew that Vodafone was in talks with Kabel Deutschland but expected that it would meet its Dunkirk after Vodafone struck a deal last month with Deutsche Telekom allowing it to offer pay-TV over high-speed broadband to its German customers.
  • Germans upgrade using VDSL2

    German telecom outfit Deutsche Telekom has been given permission to expand its copper network using vectoring, or VDSL2.
  • How Apple has stuffed up the iPhone 5

    This only helps Deutsche Telekom and the British EE venture with France Telecom SA. Vodafone and Telefonica’s O2 unit will only be able to offer the iPhone 5 on their slower 3G networks.
  • T-Mobile USA boss departs for pastures new

    T-Mobile USA, owned by German parent Deutsche Telekom, dusted off the ancient excuse used by Tory ministers who have been caught having affairs as saying Humm wanted to spend more time with his family.
  • European Commission investigates alleged EU telco cartel

    The antitrust regulator has begun looking into Vodafone, France Telecom, Telecom Italia, Deutsche Telekom and Telefonica following fears the companies got too cosy back in 2010.
  • T-Mobile forced into the arms of Sprint

    Deutsche Telekom has been left in the lurch after AT&T gave in to the US regulators and dropped its bid for T-Mobile USA. It needed the cash from the sale to make a dignified Germanic exit from the US market and concentrate on Europe.
  • AT&T gives up on Deutsche Telekom

    AT&T has dropped its $39 billion bid for Deutsche Telekom's US wireless unit after the regulators told it to sling its hook.
  • RIM buys NewBay

    The Irish Times reports Newbay has signed deals with some bigwigs like T-Mobile USA, Telefonica, AT&T, Verizon and Deutsche Telekom.
  • Huawei lands Everything Everywhere deal

    The all encompassing Chinese network equipment maker has received the wireless network deal from Everything Everywhere - a joint venture between Deutsche Telekom AG and France Telecom SA, inherited from the merger of T-Mobile and Orange.
  • AT&T will buy T-Mobile USA

    Sunday, AT&T agreed to buy T-Mobile USA from Germany's Deutsche Telekom for $39 billion. This is another acquisition in the race to expand and diversify US wireless spectra.
  • 25 tech firms sued for breaching 3G patents

    LawThe defendants in the case are T-Mobile, Deutsche Telekom, Amazon, Acer, Barnes & Noble, Dell, Garmin, Hewlett Packard, HTC, Exedea, Huawei, Lenovo, LG Electronics, Novatel, Option NV, Palm, Panasonic, Pantech, Research in Motion, Sharp, Sierra Wireless, Sony, Sony Ericsson, UTStarcom and ZTE.
  • GSMA working on Near Field Communication standard

    NFC is the much hyped way to pay for stuff using your smartphone. But global industry heavyweights are committing to a roll-out, including Bharti, Telefonica, Vodafone, Orange, Telecom Italia, Deutsche Telekom, China Unicom and America Movil.
  • Wipro opens development centre in Hungary

    The Indian outsourcing company, which has received criticism for its part in UK on-shoring, intends for the European centre to be used primarily for restructuring Magyar Telekom, a Deutsche Telekom subsidiary that Wipro signed a restructuring deal with earlier in 2010.
  • That Windows Phone 7 launch fanfare: nine mobiles spotted

    The Windows Phone 7 devices are expected to have a large global appeal, with launches planned for North America, Europe, and Asia Pacific. Carriers will include AT&T, T-Mobile, TELUS, América Móvil, O2, Orange, T-Mobile, SFR, Movistar, Deutsche Telekom, Vodafone, Three, SingTel, and Telstra.
  • Entrepreneurs have their say in bid to secure funding

    White Bull @ SitgesQ-Go is in the business of online customer care and website experiences suck, said the CEO,  Marcel Smit. Bad online experiences mean people give up or move to competitors. Companies have started realising this.
  • Big IT boys line up to outline their money plans

    White Bull @ SitgesQualcomm invests in data capacity because people are starting to use their phones for all sorts of functions. Motorola is interested in investing in companies in the connected home or the mobile space.
  • Dutch banks, telcos team up for 2012 smartphone payment system

    The banks include ABN Amro, Rabobank, and ING, while the telcos include Royal KPN NV, Vodafne, and Deutsche Telekom's T-Mobile, all of which will take part in a joint venture designed to provide the country with a secure mobile payment system within two years.

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