T-Mobile USA and MetroPCS Clear Last Government Hurdle
T-Mobile USA and MetroPCS today announced that their planned merger has received approval from all the necessary governmental bodies. On Wednesday, the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States informed T-Mobile and MetroPCS that it saw no national security issues that might arise due to the transaction, and thereby concluded its review. The Federal Communications Commission and Department of Justice have both already given their approval of the deal. The merger now hinges on a MetroPCS shareholder vote, which is set to take place April 12. MetroPCS is urging its shareholders to vote in favor of the transaction.
Alcatel 1x with Android Go Hits US Retail Next Week for $100
May 31, 2018
TCL today announced that its Alcatel 1x phone, an entry-level Android device that runs Android 8.1 Oreo Go Edition, will be available from Amazon.com starting the first week of June. The unlocked device is priced at $99.
Blu Pure View Boasts an 18:9 Screen and Dual Selfie Cams
May 31, 2018
Blu Products today announced the Pure View, a premium handset that adopts modern design aesthetics and features. The Pure View has a metal frame and ultraviolet battery cover on the rear in midnight black.
US Intervenes In Vote, Wants to Review Qualcomm-Broadcom Deal
Mar 5, 2018
The U.S. government ordered Qualcomm to cancel a vote scheduled for Tuesday to allow the government more time to review a potential merger between Qualcomm and Broadcom.
Broadcom Now Says It Will Be a US Company By April 3
Mar 12, 2018
Broadcom has accelerated its plans to repatriate to the United States. The company today said its efforts to redomicile should be completed by April 3, rather than May 6.
Nokia's Alcatel-Lucent Acquisition Clears CFIUS
Sep 15, 2015
Nokia today said the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States has approved its proposed acquisition of Alcatel-Lucent. CFIUS' approval was the last regulatory hurdle in the US, which has already been approved by the Justice Dept.