Twitter Tips Its International Strategy

A multi-pronged, low-end approach to bringing in more users outside the United States and, ultimately, more revenue for the microblogging service.

Lookout Secures Deal to Be Installed on AT&T Android Devices

AT&T will offer Lookout’s basic service for free, with customers billed $2.99 a month for premium features.

Path Adds Private Sharing, Premium Version, and Strikes a Deal With Deutsche Telekom

The social network, which prides itself on helping users connect to a narrower group of friends than its rivals, is adding ways to share with an even more select group.

Amid Strategy Shift, T-Mobile Adds 1.1 Million Customers in Second Quarter

The No. 4 U.S. carrier said its “un-carrier” strategy is working, and forecast continued customer gains in the coming quarters.

Talking Tech While Merging Identities in Munich (Video)

Ahead of the DLDwomen conference, AllThingsD’s Ina Fried gets in touch with her roots as a Jewish transgender woman who is big into tech.

Jawbone Hires Microsoft’s Mindy Mount as President to Turbocharge Ops

A new leader for the high-profile gadget maker.

T-Mobile Sold 500,000 iPhones in Less Than a Month, but Revenue Dipped 7 Percent Ahead of Launch

Adjusted earnings also fell ahead of the company’s acquisition of MetroPCS and its big shift away from phone subsidies.

As T-Mobile Swallows MetroPCS, It Must Avoid Indigestion

T-Mobile is expected to announce on Wednesday that it has completed the purchase, but much of the hard work remains.


MetroPCS Holders Approve T-Mobile Takeover

T-Mobile agreed last year to merge with MetroPCS, creating a publicly traded company of which Deutsche Telekom would own 74%.


MetroPCS Board Backs Deutsche Telekom’s Improved Offer

MetroPCS Communications Inc. said its board has unanimously approved the amended terms of its proposed merger agreement with Deutsche Telekom AG’s T-Mobile USA Inc.

Meet Mozilla’s Host of New Mobile Partners