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AT&T announces it will acquire T-Mobile for $39 billion. Though the carrier is preaching nothing but upsides for T-Mobile customers, I'm not so sure.
Automotive News reports on the Lexus marketing campaign for the new CT hybrid.
The success of Microsoft's Windows Phone 7 platform is in the hands of developers, who are starting to port mobile apps to the new operating system.
A new ad from Lexus shows the largest and most advanced driving simulator ever built.
The car company better known for reliability than high-performance engineering released a commercial for its sold-out Lexus LFA in which the 552 horsepower exotic sports car shatters a champagne flute with the sound of its exhaust alone.
New tools for just-in-time shoppers find the things you need when you don't have time to wait for delivery.
Coremetrics, which monitors online retailers, says sales for the post-Thanksgiving Monday are up significantly from last year--and consumers got more for their money.
If Google were to launch in physical retail, Path Intelligence might well be what it would look like.
There seems to be some controversy as to whether the judge who ruled against the Pirate Bay Four should have heard the case. He has proved, by his own words, that he shouldn't have.
So where's the Windows Mobile version? And why BlackBerry at all?