While T-Mobile is likely sad to see Legere exit, the company is no doubt thrilled that its merger with Sprint is finally complete. Getting to this point was no easy task as several hurdles had to be overcome and many concessions granted but alas, it has finally happened. … [Read more...] about T-Mobile completes merger with Sprint, CEO John Legere steps down
Some sad news Bethesda won't be holding a digital E3 showcase this year We have some unfortunate news to share (and no, it's not an April Fool's joke). Bethesda Softworks has confirmed that it will not be holding a digital E3 showcase this year. Instead, news about Bethesda games will be shared in different ways in the months ahead. … [Read more...] about The T-Mobile and Sprint merger is officially completed
Microsoft is testing out its new Skype mobile interface in a desktop preview of the company’s communication app. The new radical Skype mobile design debuted back in June, and the reception hasn’t been positive. Despite that, Microsoft wants to try out a new design on the desktop side. “It’s not yet complete and we need your feedback,” says a Skype spokesperson. … [Read more...] about Skype’s new mobile design arrives on the desktop for Windows testers
Popular mobile app Shazam has been narrowing its loses in recent years according to financial results filed with the Companies House in the UK. Shazam's service that can identify music based on a short audio sample is typically used on smartphones by using the microphone on the device, though the software is also available for Windows and macOS computers. … [Read more...] about Mobile app Shazam struggles to make money off claimed 300 million annual active users
At its core, the probe is about determining whether the world's biggest oil exporter's own scientific research meshes with what the oil company has publicly said to investors—and the inquiry stretches back decades. The issue hearkens back to Big Tobacco's suppression of data about the health consequences linked to smoking. The legal action, moreover, comes in the wake of a series of reports by The Los Angeles Times alleging that, for decades, Exxon and its worldwide affiliates "were crafting a public policy position that sought to downplay the certainty of global warming." … [Read more...] about Exxon Mobil wouldn’t lie about climate change, would it?