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T-Mobile reportedly nearing deal to acquire part of U.S. Cellular

GeekWire

based wireless giant T-Mobile is closing in on a deal to buy a part of U.S. Cellular, one of the last major regional wireless carriers, according to a report from The Wall Street Journal on Thursday. T-Mobile and Verizon are in talks to buy parts of U.S. T-Mobile mentioned U.S. Bellevue, Wash.-based

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5 Point Guide to Publishing a Research Paper in a STEM Journal

Kitaboo

In the field of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics), academic writing and publishing of papers in a reputed journal emerge as one of the most competitive engagements for many aspirants. Today, innumerable academic STEM publishing journals have surfaced, but simultaneously, the number of applicants has also soared.

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Why Should Societies & Associations Publish and Distribute Journals on Digital Platforms?

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Why Do Societies and Associations Publish Journals? Research Societies, Professional Associations or non-profit organizations publish journals with the aim of sharing knowledge and raising funds for supporting their research or services. How can societies and associations distribute journals on a digital platform?

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T-Mobile CEO: Apple iPhone 12 launch marks ‘firing gun’ for 5G and T-Mobile leads the race

GeekWire

T-Mobile didn’t make it into Apple’s big iPhone event today. “We’re just celebrating here at T-Mobile today. Sievert described the iPhone launch event as the “firing gun on 5G” and said T-Mobile has an edge because of its mid-band strategy. T-Mobile reported $17.7 T-Mobile now has 98.3

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T-Mobile apologizes for data breach; carrier will invest in cybersecurity to ‘transform our approach’

GeekWire

T-Mobile CEO Mike Sievert. T-Mobile is taking lessons learned from its recent data breach that affected millions of customers and vowed to invest more heavily in cybersecurity. T-Mobile CEO Mike Sievert apologized to customers on Friday in a blog post following a cyberattack that exposed personal details of more than 50 million people.

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T-Mobile has cut 5,000 employees since the Sprint merger

TechSpot

The Wall Street Journal has revealed that T-Mobile had 75,000 full-time and part-time equivalent workers at the end of 2020, around 5,000 fewer than when the merger with Sprint was finalized. The figures make its previous promise sound a little hollow: "This merger is all about creating new, high-quality, high-paying.

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Hacker claims responsibility for T-Mobile attack, bashes the carrier’s security

The Verge

A person claiming to be behind the T-Mobile data breach that exposed almost 50 million people’s info has come forward to reveal his identity and to criticize T-Mobile’s security, according to a report by The Wall Street Journal. Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge.

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