You might imagine that the people behind BreakUp Text, the app that breaks up with your lover for you, might have a follow-up. Here it is: MakeUp Text. It's bound to work, of course.
T-Mobile really wants you to break up with your current carrier. So much it's even going to help you write a breakup letter.
Allen's chief investment officer floats the idea of Microsoft spinning off consumer businesses, like search advertising and Xbox.
Current suitor Fairfax Financial Holdings may not be able to raise enough cash to buy the company as a whole, says Bloomberg.
BreakUp Text is an app that does the dirty work for you. Because, well, why bother telling your lover sayonara yourself? Who needs the grief?
There is a certain torture that social networking brings, a University of California, Santa Cruz study finds. Many find it difficult to delete digital memories.
Board of world's No. 1 supplier of PCs by shipment is reportedly looking at options to "obtain maximum value for shareholders." One of those options involves splitting up into smaller companies.
Carrier adds 717,000 new subscribers and activates 9.4 million smartphones, but pays the price with increased subsidies.
Following FCC chairman's show of opposition to AT&T's proposed buy of T-Mobile, AT&T says it will take fourth-quarter charge to cover possible breakup fee, and withdraws application to agency. But the pending deal's not dead just yet.
The German telecommunications giant says it would get a breakup fee if AT&T's planned acquisition of T-Mobile USA falls through.