Deutsche Telekom has announced a new plan to protect German internet traffic from international spying efforts post-NSA revelations.
Editor's Pick Break out the brats and beer: mobile security company Lookout Mobile just announced another huge distribution partnership with Deutsche Telekom — and received $55 million from the German telco and Peter Thiel.
Today was a big money day for startup funding — and post-startup growth-stage and late-stage fund funding.
It’s no big secret that Deutsche Telekom hasn’t been very pleased with the performance of its American wireless arm, T-Mobile USA. In September, we reported that the German telecom giant was considering a merger with Sprint — shortly after T-Mobile UK merged with Orange to create the largest wireless company in the UK.
Deutsche Telekom, the large German-based carrier that is struggling to compete in the U.S. market with its T-Mobile subsidiary, is mulling a bid on Sprint, according to the British newspaper Telegraph.