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October 23, 2012
09:54 EDTT, GOOG, SSNLFAT&T announces Samsung Galaxy Note II to become available November 9
Beginning November 9 customers interested in picking up a Samsung (SSNLF) Galaxy Note II will be able to purchase one for $299.99 with a two-year agreement in all AT&T (T) stores and online, AT&T announced. Online pre-orders for this highly anticipated device are planned for October 25 at www.att.com/ galaxynoteii, the telecom company added. Announced last month, the Samsung Galaxy Note II is one of the first smartphones launching at AT&T to feature a quad-core processor. Galaxy Note II uses a 1.6 GHz quad-core Exynos processor with powerful graphics capabilities., AT&T said. The Galaxy Note II is thinner and narrower than the first Galaxy Note, and it improves upon the original with longer battery life, as well as enhancements to the S Pen, the carrier noted.
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May 15, 2015
06:24 EDTGOOGGoogle Glass team may be focusing on multiple wearable products, BI reports
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06:21 EDTSSNLFTwo Samsung foundations name Jay Y. Lee as chairman, WSJ reports
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May 14, 2015
19:04 EDTGOOGMicrosoft announces mobile-friendly search result changes
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18:39 EDTTApple, others raise objections to sale of RadioShack customer data, Law360 says
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14:58 EDTSSNLFSamsung to discontinue wallet service ahead of Pay launch, SamMobile says
Samsung will discontinue its Samsung Wallet service on June 30, reports SamMobile, citing company emails distributed to users of the service. The report notes that Samsung is planning to launch its Samsung Pay mobile payment technology later this year. Reference Link
12:03 EDTGOOGVringo seeks Supreme Court review of reversal of judgment against Google
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11:01 EDTGOOGADT Corp. announces product integration with Google's Nest
ADT (ADT) announced today a product integration with Nest (GOOG). Launching this summer, the integration will be another example of ADT’s continued desire to open up its ecosystem, paving the way for future opportunities.
10:37 EDTTDISH CEO says AT&T, DirecTV merger will bring tougher competitor
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09:34 EDTGOOGActive equity options trading on open
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06:37 EDTTDISH, Cogent ask FCC to set conditions for AT&T acquisition, Reuters says
DISH (DISH) and Cogent Communications (CCOI) asked the FCC to force AT&T (T) to sell Internet service as a standalone service, as a condition of the telecom giant's proposed acquisition of DirecTV (DTV), according to Reuters. DISH and Cogent also asked the agency to make AT&T sell standalone Internet service at a reasonable price and at the same speeds it provides in package deals, the news service stated. Reference Link
06:09 EDTGOOGGoogle's PR chief Whetstone leaves for Uber, WSJ reports
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06:06 EDTTDISH plans to enter wireless business, Yahoo reports
DISH (DISH) plans to enter the wireless business in an attempt to become the only provider to offer wireless voice, video and data services, Adam Samson of Yahoo Finance reports, citing an internal document. The document, marked confidential, obtained by Yahoo indicates Dish is looking to hire a chief marketing officer to help guide its move into the wireless space, Samson adds. The move comes after DISH acquired nearly half of the spectrum licenses offered in a U.S. government auction. The top U.S. wireless providers are Verizon (VZ), AT&T (T), T-Mobile (TMUS) and Sprint (S). Reference Link
May 13, 2015
18:24 EDTSSNLFSamsung paid $250M for LoopPay acquisition, Re/code says
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15:43 EDTGOOGGoogle moves corporate applications to cloud, WSJ says
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12:01 EDTTAT&T to offer Hulu subscription streaming service to customers
AT&T (T) and Hulu (DIS, CMCSA, FOXA) have signed a deal that will bring the Hulu subscription streaming service to AT&T customers through AT&T's websites and mobile applications. AT&T customers will be able to browse Hulu programs and select the shows they want to watch through an AT&T app for mobile device viewing or an AT&T website for Internet viewing. Combined with a leading TV Everywhere catalog, AT&T customers subscribing to Hulu will have one of the best selections available of current and past season full episodes. AT&T and Hulu also are exploring the possibility of bringing a Hulu app to TV. This offering will become available to AT&T customers later this year. The expanded relationship with Hulu complements AT&T's other over-the-top initiatives, including Otter Media.
11:58 EDTTAT&T, Communications Workers of America reach tentative contract agreements
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08:00 EDTGOOGGoogle fight with EU over 'right to forget' may end up back in court, WSJ says
Google has set up a detailed process to comply with the European Union's "right to forget" rules and removed hundreds of thousands of links in search results for people's names from the European versions of its search engine, but European regulators argue that the company is undermining the decision by not applying it globally, reported The Wall Street Journal. Google says it wants to avoid seting a precedent that one region can set global rules for the Internet and the fight may end up back in court, the report added. Reference Link
06:55 EDTTInsiders speculate bidding war to erupt over AOL, Business Insider reports
The consensus speculation from investment bankers, hedge fund traders and people close to AOL (AOL) is that another company will emerge and offer a price for AOL that is higher than $50 per share, reports Business Insider. The potential suitors include Time Warner (TWX), Comcast (CMCSA), Yahoo (YHOO), Alibaba (BABA), Softbank (SFTBF), AT&T (T), Netflix (NFLX) and Apple (AAPL). Reference Link
06:11 EDTGOOGBoeing ends work on only small satellite program, WSJ reports
Boeing is no longer working on a program for HySpecIQ, a private equity-backed startup, which had ordered two Boeing 502 Phoenix satellites that were expected to be launched in 2018, The Wall Street Journal reports. Boeing has ended work on the imaging spacecraft, its only small satellite order, due to the downturn in the natural resources market, the publication adds.
05:57 EDTSSNLFSamsung favors Ultra HD TVs over OLED in 2015, DigiTimes reports
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