JAWS dropped in Paris this afternoon when news broke that Iliad, owner of France’s fourth-biggest telecoms operator, Free, had made a bid to buy T-Mobile US, America’s fourth largest, from Deutsche Telekom. Iliad is offering about $15 billion in cash for 56.6% of the American firm, or $33 per share. Show More Summary
Three years after T-Mobile USA’s parent company Deutsch Telekom failed to make a lasting match between its magenta-hued wireless provider and AT&T, it’s now receiving requests for T-Mobile’s hand from suitors closer to home, as French...Show More Summary
Dropbox has announced a new partnership with the wireless carrier Deutsche Telekom that will result in a much higher profile for the cloud storage service in some central and eastern European countries. The deal will begin in October...Show More Summary
Dropbox has announced a new partnership with the wireless carrier Deutsche Telekom that will see the Android app for the cloud storage service pre-loaded on millions of smartphones in some central and eastern European countries.
With the consumer-facing cloud storage space getting ever more crowded — Apple announced its own iCloud Drive offering just last month — Dropbox has not been sitting on its laurels, waiting for its ~300 million customers to be lured away by rivals. Read More
Deutsche Telekom has its own German cloud storage service, TelekomCloud, so it's no surprise to see its big Dropbox partnership exclude the carrier's home turf.
Dropbox has announced a partnership with Deutsche Telekom which it says will bring its service to “millions” of the European operator’s customers. Deutsche will pre-load the Dropbox app on “most” Android devices that it sells across Central and East Europe from October. Show More Summary
Learn how the recent partnership between Salesforce.com and Deutsche Telekom benefits both companies, and what this implies for top competitor SAP AG.
From Deutsche Telekom: We all have done absurd things to find Wi-Fi on holiday: but you´ve never seen anything as crazy as “Wi-Fi Dogs”, a new Spanish business. Watch how José and his probably-too-good-to-be-true dogs lead tourists on improbable journeys in search of the Internet connection. Despite their efforts, we believe there’s a better way […]
Netflix might have finally found an ally in a very contentious market. Reuters reports that German telecommunications company Deutsche Telekom is in talks with Netflix regarding a potential marketing alliance once the U.S.-based video service begin its international expansion. Show More Summary
The VOD giant is believed to be close to a marketing tie-in with Germany's leading Internet service provider as it prepares to roll out in Germany this fall. read more
Deutsche Telekom, Germany’s largest telco and owner of T-Mobile USA, says it will soon report the number of requests for call data it’s received from governments around the world, including the U.S. government. It will be the first time Deutsche …
This morning we wrote about Vodafone's decision to release a much more accurate "transparency report" that actually revealed that many governments have direct access to listen in on Vodafone calls. It appears that has now inspired Deutsche Telekom to release similar reports about its surveillance help around the globe, including in the US. Show More Summary
Deutsche Telekom is the huge corporation that owns two-thirds of T-Mobile. It also, if you follow a chain of sub-companies, owns Origo.hu, a hugely popular Hungarian news site. Origo's editor in chief was just unceremoniously fired,Show More Summary
Sprint will offer about 50% stock and 50% cash for T-Mobile, leaving Bonn, Germany-based parent Deutsche Telekom AG with about a 15% stake in the combined company, according to sources.
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Like Apple, SmartThings and others, German ISP Deutsche Telekom wants to get in on the race to own the smart home platform. DT is looking for partners for its Qivicon home hub and app.