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Disconnect hits the desktop with new version that will protect it from Google’s whims

The anti-tracking service has also revealed a partnership with Deutsche Telekom, which unlike some carriers seems to be more interested in protecting its customers than selling them out to advertisers.

Deutsche Telekom Boosts VC Budget With New Fund

German telecom giant Deutsche Telekom said it would stock up on its venture-capital capabilities, doubling the amount it invests to €500 million ($621 million).

Germany may sell Deutsche Telekom, Post stakes

The German government is considering reducing its stakes in Deutsche Telekom and Deutsche Post. ||| Berlin - The German government is considering reducing its stakes in Deutsche Telekom and Deutsche Post, hoping to cash in on high share values at a time when it is under pressure to spend more to stimulate its faltering economy. Show More Summary

Europe’s new giant VC: Deutsche Telekom announces $620 million tech investment fund

German telecom giant Deutsche Telekom announced it is creating a $620 million investment fund for new and mature startups in an effort to “considerably expand the scope and volume of its investments in venture capital and technological innovation.” The new company will be called Deutsche Telekom Capital Partners  or DTCP. The fund will invest in companies […]

Deutsche Telekom Boosts VC Budget With New Fund

German telecom giant Deutsche Telekom said it would stock up on its venture-capital capabilities, doubling the amount it invests to €500 million ($621 million).

Deutsche Telekom launches new venture arm with $620M available to fund startups

last weekTechnology : GigaOM

Germany's Deutsche Telekom has launched an enormous venture capital fund, totalling €500 million ($621 million) over five years, that's aimed at newer startups and more mature companies. The fund will be…

Deutsche Telekom Launches $620M Fund To Focus On German Startups And PE Deals

Deutsche Telekom is stepping up its game in the world of startup investing and tapping into the growing tech ecosystem coming out of its home country. Today the carrier, owner of T-Mobile, announced a new, €500 million ($620 million)...Show More Summary

Exclusive: Germany Eyes Sale Of Stakes In Deutsche Telekom, Post - Document

BERLIN (Reuters) - The German government is considering reducing its stakes in Deutsche Telekom and Deutsche Post, and could revive the idea of selling shares in rail operator Deutsche Bahn depending on market conditions, according to a finance ministry document seen by Reuters. Show More Summary

Europe’s Telcos Plan Frosty Reception for Apple’s iPad SIM

In Europe, where consumers can order the new iPad Air 2 and iPad Mini 3 from Apple’s online stores, only one carrier—EE—has signed up to offer its services to Apple’s universal SIM. Vodafone, Deutsche Telekom, Telefonica's O2, and Orange, are all sticking to their own SIM cards.

Deutsche Telekom To Avoid Answering Any Cash Calls From T-Mobile US: Analysts

By Harro Ten Wolde and Peter Maushagen FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Deutsche Telekom had already given up on trying to sell its near 67 percent stake in T-Mobile US before upstart French telecoms firm Iliad dropped its bid on Monday and is now looking to avoid having to stump up more funds for the U.S. Show More Summary

Yet another carrier has given up trying to buy T-Mobile

Is the “Un-carrier” unsellable? Bloomberg reports that French carrier Illiad has now given up its bid to buy T-Mobile from parent company Deutsche Telekom, thus making it the second carrier to fail at acquiring the scrappy mobile operator this year. Show More Summary

France's Iliad Drops Plan To Buy T-Mobile US

PARIS (Reuters) - French low-cost telecoms operator Iliad abandoned its attempt to buy T-Mobile US on Monday because of resistance from majority owner Deutsche Telekom, becoming the third bidder to walk away in three years. Iliad had...Show More Summary

Iliad ends its bid to acquire T-Mobile US

French telecom Iliad has decided to end its efforts to acquire T-Mobile, announcing today that parent company Deutsche Telekom and members of T-Mobile's board "have refused to entertain its new Offer."

Another Potential Buyer Backs Away From T-Mobile (TMUS)

French telecommunications company Iliad said Monday that it is no longer trying to buy T-Mobile. ALERT: Iliad says it's no longer pursuing T-Mobile US acquisition after Deutsche Telekom & $TMUS board members refused to entertain offer. Show More Summary

Iliad Abandons Effort to Gain Control of T-Mobile US

Deutsche Telekom still owns a large stake in T-Mobile US, but was apparently uninterested in talks with the French company even after it said it sweetened its offer.

Iliad Bails on Attempt to Acquire T-Mobile

Iliad today said it will no longer pursue an acquisition of T-Mobile U.S. The company first floated an offer for the company in late July. It proposed to acquire 56% of the company, but T-Mobile's majority owner Deutsche Telekom rejected the bid. Show More Summary

China Mobile And Deutsche Telekom Building China's Connected Car Platform

By WestEnd511: Deutsche Telekom (OTCPK:DTEGF) and China Mobile (NYSE:CHL) have created a 50/50 JV in China that will focus on the development of connected car services. The JV will be based in Shanghai with 200 employees and the carriers hope to leverage each other's expertise to mass-market connected cars and telematics services in China. Show More Summary

Cisco hopes 30 new Intercloud partners will build more Cisco-based clouds

2 months agoTechnology : GigaOM

On Monday, Cisco added BT, Deutsche Telekom, Equinix to a roster of partners building Cisco-based clouds based on -- yes -- Cisco hardware.

Deutsche Telekom, Vodafone, others sharpen their fixed-mobile convergence skills

Deutsche Telekom has sent a message to competitors like Vodafone Germany with the debut of its MagentaEins ("MagentaOne") service portfolio that it wants to be a big player in the fixed-mobile convergence (FMC) market segment.

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