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The new wearable and pair of smartphones have given a jolt to the tech industry. CNET looks at the reverberations for Apple's rivals and partners.
Not content with its situation in the United States, the carrier is looking at potential assets to buy in Europe.
Philipp Humm leaves the fourth-largest wireless provider to pursue another career, the company says. According to an internal memo leaked to GeekWire, he left to work for a competitor.
In a corporate blog posting, T-Mobile has told iPhone 3G users in the Netherlands that a hardware or software issue is to blame for the reception problems they have experienced.
Former T-Mobile USA chief executive Philipp Humm, who left the company just yesterday, will join rival firm Vodafone Group later this year.
Amid the frenzy of news streaming from Google's developer conference this week, the unveiling of the Chromebook seems to shine brightest. Also: Microsoft buys Skype.
Nokia files a federal lawsuit, as well as a second complaint with the U.S. International Trade Commission, against the Taiwanese handset maker, according to reports.
All eyes are on Apple to announce the next iPhone, and a new report says that'll happen on October 4. More on that, and the rest of this week's Apple news, in this week's edition.
The microphone used in HTC's new phone adopts components invented by Nokia, claims the Finnish phone maker.
CNET chats with T-Mobile USA's new CEO Philipp Humm to get the scoop on the company's latest strategy to challenge the big wireless operators in the U.S.