Courthouse News Service
Investors Say They Were Bilked in Liquidation
Stockholders in Preferred Communications Systems claim in court they were cheated by management bent on paying off insiders first - including one who was allowed to buy 61,000 shares for a penny apiece.
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Sun Apr 13, 2014
Samsung Galaxy S5 Root For T-Mobile And Sprint Variants Available
Almost two weeks back we reported that well known Android developer and modder Chainfire had come up with a method to root Samsung galaxy S5 .
Thu Apr 10, 2014
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Axell Wireless Launches 2nd Generation Fiber Optic System for...
Ready Compact System Supporting all U.S. Carriers Simultaneously Dallas, TX - Axell Wireless, the worldwide provider of wireless coverage solutions, has announced the launch of the 2nd generation of its fully LTE-ready, very low noise figure, low-power fiber optic Distributed Antenna System .
Wed Apr 09, 2014
T-Mobile USA to Butt Heads With NLRB Over Union Complaints
The National Labor Relations Board , an independent federal agency that seeks to protect employees' rights, has consolidated cases filed against T-Mobile USA and MetroPCS Communications, in complaints that allege the mobile-phone giant has unlawfully discharged workers who engaged in union practices and issued rules for employees that are overbroad ... (more)
Thu Apr 03, 2014
Man Robbed of All Identity Documents on F Train, Police Say
A Massachusetts man was robbed of his identity documents - including his birth certificate, state ID card and passport - aboard an F train earlier this month, police said.
Lincoln Daily News
U.S. judge grants class action status to Sprint investor lawsuit
A lawsuit that accuses Sprint Corp and a former chief executive of the wireless carrier of misleading investors about the financial impact of its 2005 Nextel acquisition will proceed as a class action, a Kansas federal judge has ruled.
Tue Apr 01, 2014
Lou. man creates app to keep his daughters from texting, driving
A Louisville man has found a way to keep his teenage daughters from texting and driving.
The Kansas City Star
Investor lawsuit against Sprint gains class action status
Several individual and institutional investors had sued in U.S. District Court in Kansas City, Kan., in 2009 citing problems dating back to Sprint's 2005 merger with Nextel.
Thu Mar 27, 2014
Sprint is building a bigger LTE network with the help of rural carriers
Through roaming agreements, collaboration of devices and spectrum sharing, Sprint is hoping to build a broad-reaching 4G network that could benefit both itself and rural carriers.