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Talk of a Sprint and T-Mobile merger is off the table
The combined company would have had roughly 130 million subscribers.
Apple's most expensive iPhone ever sells out within minutes
The iPhone X is selling for hundreds of dollars more than competing smartphones.
T-Mobile and Sprint are reportedly set to announce a merger agreement
It today's tech likes T-Mobile and sprint are reportedly set to announce a merger agreement. Without giving up any assets could set the stage for a stiff antitrust but would government regulators. The merger would create the country's third largest mobile business behind Verizon and AT&T. Both
Deals and steals: Exclusive bargains on 29 must-have items
Tory Johnson brings 29 exclusive deals on everything from jewelry to activewear to beef jerky.
'Motivated': Do you even need to exercise?
ABC News' Mara Schiavocampo interviews obesity expert Dr. Louis Aronne and trainer Noah Neiman about whether exercise is key to weight loss.
Amazon sued by man claiming his portable iPhone charger exploded
The "GMA" team of insiders analyzes some of the biggest stories this morning.
AT&T now offers unlimited data plans
The mobile wars are heating up as AT&T now offers unlimited data, talk and text.
Index: West coast braces for what could be the strongest storm of the season
To the index of other new, the west coast bracing for what may be the strongest storm of the season. Heavy rain blamed for a large rock slide already in Washington. Shutting down parts of interstate 90. The strongest in a series of storms moves in tomorrow. Southern California brace for heavy rain,
AT&T moving ahead with new unlimited data plan
You're muddy tonight the phone wars heating up again on the heels of Verizon's new unlimited data plan sprint. Now offering a cheaper unlimited plan including HD video streaming AT&T also moving ahead with a new unlimited data for all of its customers. And T-Mobile upgrading its plan beginning
Major wireless companies return to offering unlimited data plans
Wireless companies feel the pressure to offer unlimited data as 80 percent of consumers now access the internet through mobile phones.