A British man admitted in a German court Friday to staging a large-scale cyber attack on Deutsche Telekom last year, saying he was acting for a Liberian client.
Sprint's parent company starts mulling a merger with T-Mobile. Executives from SoftBank — Sprint's largest shareholder — have started "preliminary conversations" about an eventual merger with Deutsche Telekom, which owns 65% of T-Mobile, according to Bloomberg. Show More Summary
Sprint and T-Mobile are reportedly trying to pick up where they left off a few years ago. According to Bloomberg, the mobile carriers and their parent companies, Softbank (Sprint) and Deutsche Telekom AG (T-Mobile), have been unofficially talking about the possibility of a merger again. Show More Summary
Large-scale quantum computing may still be decades away, but the underlying physical laws are already being exploited in other parts of the technology industry. One of the most active areas is cybersecurity, where SK Telecom Co., Ltd. Show More Summary
Barcelona - Telecom executives from Vodafone Group to Deutsche Telekom and Telefonica are meeting at the industry’s annual get-together in Barcelona from today, with more on their minds than the latest handsets. Deals under consideration...Show More Summary
A British national has been arrested at a London airport on suspicion of staging a cyber attack on Deutsche Telekom last year that knocked around a million German households offline, officials in both countries said Thursday. The 29-year-old,...Show More Summary
Germany's federal police say a 29-year-old Briton has been arrested on a European arrest warrant on suspicion of a cyberattack on Deutsche Telekom.
FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Britain's National Crime Agency (NCA) has arrested a suspect in connection with last year's cyber attack which infected nearly 1 million Deutsche Telekom routers, German federal police said on Thursday.
Deutsche Telekom proves there's no one way to have a family.
Sprint's parent company SoftBank is rumored to be considering seeking a merger with Deutsche Telekom's T-Mobile, only Sprint would be the absorbed network this time.
(Reuters) – Japan’s SoftBank Group is prepared to give up control of Sprint to Deutsche Telekom’s T-Mobile to clinch a merger of the two U.S. wireless carriers, according to people familiar with the matter. SoftBank has not yet approached Deutsche Telekom to discuss any deal because the U.S. Federal Communications Commission has imposed strict anti-collusion […]
A new Reuters report today shares that SoftBank is willing to hand over control of Sprint to Deutsche Telekom’s T-Mobile to make a merger happen, according to unnamed sources close to the matter. Discussions haven’t begun yet, but are...Show More Summary
Sprint parent company SoftBank is prepared to sell Sprint to T-Mobile parent company Deutsche Telekom, reviving a potential merger between the two companies, reports Reuters. According to unnamed sources that spoke to the site, SoftBank...Show More Summary
Two weeks after Germany’s Deutsche Telekom AG led a funding round into sensory tracking startup Roambee Corp., it’s buying a stake in another promising Silicon Valley startup. The telecommunications giant today was named among the contributors...Show More Summary
As carriers continue their decades-long struggle to move up the food chain from ‘dumb pipes’ to value-added services, investing in SD-WAN solutions to mitigate the decline of the MPLS market is a logical step. Expect to see continued growth and turbulence in the SD-WAN marketplace.
Alstom has signed a purchase agreement for the acquisition of Nomad Holdings, commercially known as Nomad Digital from Amadeus Capital Partners, SEB Venture Capital and Deutsche Telekom Strategic Investments together with other investors.
An attack hit nearly one million home internet routers of Deutsche Telekom customers, knocking them offline, the latest in a string of similar events that have revealed vulnerabilities in home devices connected to the internet.
Deutsche Telekom says 900,000 customers were affected by the attack, the second such offensive in two months.
Deutsche Telekom, the German owner of mobile provider T-Mobile, is broadening its views by working on a drone defense system for critical no-fly-zones. Because of drones’ increasing use in various recreational activities, there’s been an increased demand in preventing them from flying to places they’re not allowed to go. Show More Summary