Latest edge news.Opinion: AT&T\/BellSouth: Identifying winners, losers, 03\/13\/06AT&T\u2019s announced plans to pick up BellSouth in a $67 billion merger ushers in a whole suite of questions for IT executives.Opinion: RBOCs: And then there were three (or maybe one), 03\/13\/06The acquisition will not harm competition for local phone service between the RBOCs because there is none today.CEBIT - AT&T deal won't reduce spending, Lucent says, 03\/08\/06Lucent doesn't expect investments in new equipment to slow as a result of the proposed acquisition of BellSouth by AT&T ...Sorting out the AT&T\/BellSouth deal, 03\/08\/06AT&T made its move for BellSouth last week in an acquisition deal valued at $67 billion. There has been a lot of chatter about how the merger is in a sense recreating the monopolistic-AT&T of the 1980s. Here we try to address that question and some ...Analysis: Industry awaits Verizon's response to AT&T\/BellSouth deal, 03\/07\/06Now that AT&T has made public its long anticipated intention to acquire BellSouth, all eyes are on Verizon.Wireless joint ventures going by the wayside, 03\/07\/06The $67 billion planned merger announced on Sunday of AT&T and BellSouth will create the largest telecommunications carrier in the U.S.In AT&T\/BellSouth deal, what happens to Cingular?, 03\/07\/06The $67 billion planned merger between AT&T and BellSouth will create the largest elecommunications carrier in the U.S.AT&T to buy BellSouth in $67 billion deal, 03\/06\/06AT&T Sunday announced a deal to acquire U.S. telecommunications operator BellSouth in an all-stock deal valued at $67 billion.Critics question AT&T deal's impact, 03\/06\/06AT&T's announcement Sunday that it plans to acquire rival carrier BellSouth in a $67.1 billion stock deal may be good for the two companies, but some critics said ...Tech.gov: Your phone records in peril, 03\/09\/06By now you've heard the stories. Countless phone records have been stolen using a practice known as pretexting: Someone pretending to be you calls up your telephone or cellular carrier and asks for a copy of your latest bill...CEBIT - Vodafone launches first HSDPA service, 03\/09\/06Vodafone Group launched its highest speed mobile data offering in Germany on Thursday. House panel approves bill banning sale of phone records, 03\/08\/06A House of Representatives committee on Wednesday approved a bill that would make it illegal for online companies to sell phone records they obtained by posing as account holders.