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After delaying a ballot on T-Mobile’s final merger bid a few days ago, MetroPCS’ board of supervisors has voiced consentaneous approval and is motivating investors to vote indeed also. Deutsche Telekom’s offer would lower MetroPCS’ debt by $ 3.8 billion in addition to slash the rate of interest on that debt by half a point. These measures should increase both the carrier’s overall value and cash flow– hopefully that will help in developing out LTE more rapidly. For people fearing that T-Mo will deal with buyer’s sorrow, don’t. The offer also specifies that Deutsche Telekom will abstain from selling its shares in the incorporated business for 18 months. It remains to be seen if stock owners will be encouraged enough to vote yes on April 23rd; and so the legend continues.
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According to FCC filings, Qualcomm is developing a chip that could resolve interoperability problems on the 700MHz spectrum band, but the issue isn’t fixed yet. The 700MHz block is currently used by AT&T, Verizon, and smaller US carriers, but they operate on different blocks, and regional carriers have complained about not being able to get hardware that operates on their bands or being unable to let their phones roam on larger networks. A new chip apparently being sped through development by Qualcomm, however, could solve these problems. In the filing, Qualcomm said its chip could be configured by manufacturers to work on a carrier’s normal band but roam on a different one. At the same time, it says there are “significant device…
You’ve heard of power walking, but “power dreaming?” That practice’s usually the stuff of Buddhism, and now, could go a long way towards mending the psychic wounds of our nation’s bravest. With about 52% of PTSD-affected veterans reported as having disturbing nightmares, the U.S. Army’s working towards a virtual solution that’d marry the design of Second Life with laptop-displayed or 3D head-mounted, physio-emotional healing. The project, a form of biofeedback therapy which would create custom, stress-alleviating imagery for traumatized vets, is currently in the planning stage with Washington State’s Naval Hospital serving as its experimental base. Over half a million in funding’s already been put towards the effort which is expected to launch in full next year. And when it does, we’re hoping the tech resembles a certain Strange Days SQUID recorder — with happy thoughts, o’course.
Microsoft urges employees to write Windows Phone 7 apps in their spare time
In the internal memo outlining the plan, Microsoft mobile chief Andy Lees encourages the employees…