Technically Incorrect: President Enrique Peña Nieto seems to believe that the best microphone for good news is Twitter.
The beleaguered CEO of the struggling Internet pioneer delivers a "bold" strategic plan. She is cutting jobs, selling patents and real estate, and inviting would-be acquirers to speak up.
The wireless carrier's Open World plan will also charge five cents per minute for calls to Latin America, the Dominican Republic and over 180 countries around the world.
The new international feature will automatically tack on to select plans starting in August.
The $1.875 billion deal follows its acquisition of Iusacell and bid to expand its presence in Mexico.
AT&T names veteran executive Thaddeus Arroyo CEO of the new Mexico City-based leadership team for Iusacell.
The company's promotion will allow people to call Mexico all they want, as well as use their devices in the country, free of charge until 2016.
T-Mobile's chief operating officer, Mike Sievert, visits CNET to talk about its expanded calling plan, competition and whether Dish would make a good employer.
You'll also be able to call Canadian and Mexican numbers from the US at no extra charge. It's the latest in a series of programs as T-Mobile jockeys for better position.
The car-hailing service's ban in New Delhi has been revoked, but it will be hit with levies and regulations in Mexico City.