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Tech wrap: AT&T to be allowed to pull T-Mobile application

November 29, 2011


The Federal Communications Commission will approve AT&T Inc.’s request to pull its application for approval of its $39 billion deal to acquire T-Mobile USA, the Wall Street Journal reported late Tuesday afternoon.

U.S. computer software company SAS Institute cannot claim copyright protection for the functions performed by its programs, which have been replicated by a rival, an adviser to Europe’s highest court said.

The FRAC Centre in Orléans, France will for the first time host an exhibition to be built entirely by flying robots, reports Gizmag.com. Titled “Flight Assembled Architecture,” the six meter-high tower will be made up of 1,500 prefabricated polystyrene foam modules.

Research In Motion is introducing a software tool giving corporate customers the option of linking employees’ personal iPhones to the BlackBerry network without compromising security.

Does telecommuting make you invisible? IT World’s Eric Bloom tackles the question in his blog, Your IT Career.

 

The Federal Communications Commission will approve AT&T Inc.’s request to pull its application for approval of its $39 billion deal to acquire T-Mobile USA, a person familiar with the … 

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