At Phone.com, we like to be in the know about what’s happening in the tech & telecom world. Whether it’s product releases or reviews, emerging companies, fascinating finds, we like to know it all. Here are a few articles we’re reading this week.
In a major blow to the Trump White House, a judge ruled in favor of the merger of AT&T and Time Warner. The merger, which took place in 2016, was being sued for violating antitrust laws.
Cnet.com writer Jessica Dolcourt reviews the next generation of mobile phones, the foldable kind. With a price tag of $2,600, the Mate X is not to be taken lightly. But, as you’ll read, the competition with the Galaxy Ford will be stiff.
In other phone news, the less expensive Pixel, which has been leaked a whole bunch, has been part of several FCC filings as of late. The scuttlebutt around town is for a launch in the Spring.
The battery company that just keeps going is taking a dive into the phone pool with their P18k Pop phone, which is three times as thick as an iPhone. The battery life is supposedly a week long. But good luck shoving that into your skinny jeans.
The FCC has formally offered $67 million in funds to strengthen broadband internet access in more sparsely populated parts of the country.