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Sprint and T-Mobile could merge in late October

There have been hints that Sprint and T-Mobile are seriously talking about a merger (again), but how likely is that union, really? Quite likely, if you ask <i>Reuters</i>' sources. They understand that the two carriers are "close" to agreeing on terms, and they could have a deal ready by late October. …

Stevie Wonder takes both knees 'for America' after Trump NFL remarks

<b>(CNN) —</b> Legendary musician Stevie Wonder took both knees at a New York music festival, seemingly showing solidarity with NFL players criticized by President Donald Trump hours earlier.<p>"Tonight, I'm taking a knee for America; but not just one knee, I'm taking both knees," he said on stage Saturday …

Donald Trump

Do a 15 minute cybersecurity makeover to start the year

You had plenty of reminders last year that hackers are out in force, making your data vulnerable. What will be the equivalent of the Equifax breach this year?<p>Before we find out, there's are shortcuts to locking down your private data. Consider it a 15 minute cybersecurity tune-up for the new …

Information Systems

Important to look at individuals in VW scandal: Lynch | Reuters

PHOENIX (Reuters) - U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch said on Tuesday that it was important for the Justice Department to look at individuals in the ongoing criminal investigation into the Volkswagen (VOWG_p.DE) emissions scandal.<p>United States Attorney General Loretta Lynch speaks to Reuters in …

Environmentalism

Magic Leap Might Replace Your Smartphone, CEO Says

Rony Abovitz takes to Reddit to tease the "everyday computing" potential of the secretive company's "techno-biology."<p>Magic Leap, the secretive “cinematic reality” company that raised $542 million from Google, Qualcomm and others last fall, is gunning for your smartphone — and all the other screens …