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AT&T, Verizon, and T-Mobile announce plans to stop selling your location data to outside companies amid growing pressure from federal lawmakers

AT&T, Verizon, and T-Mobile all have made statements regarding a recent report highlighting how wireless mobile carriers sell real-time location data.
Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti announces launch of the ShakeAlertLA at a press conference at City Hall.

Los Angeles just released an app that can predict earthquakes up to 90 seconds in advance, and it could one day save countless lives

Los Angeles is the first US city to publicly release an earthquake warning app, known as ShakeAlertLA.

‘Friends’ cast members still reportedly make $20 million a year each, and could get even more thanks to a new Netflix deal

"Friends" has been off the air for 14 years, but the cast still makes millions of dollars a year thanks to syndication and Netflix.

Here’s how the ‘unlimited’ plans from Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile compare

The 'unlimited' plan space has moved fast and furiously over the past few months, so we've put the offerings from the big four carriers head to head.

AT&T customers in 12 cities can start using its new super-fast 5G network this week, if you buy a $500 5G hotspot

You'll need the AT&T 5G mobile hotspot because no devices currently support 5G networks.

What you need to know in advertising today

Everything that you need to know in advertising today, from the story behind the demise of millennial media darling Mic to ad buyers' worries about AT&T's Xandr becoming a walled garden.
"Friends" will remain on Netflix in 2019.

‘Friends’ will remain on Netflix in 2019, and the streaming service is reportedly dropping $100 million for the rights

"Friends" isn't leaving Netflix in 2019 as originally thought, but a deal with AT&T means it won't remain exclusive for long.

Business Insider wants your nominations for our power players of telecom list

Business Insider is looking for nominations for its list of the power players that are shaking things up in the telecom industry.
President Donald Trump went on the offensive against CNN's Jim Acosta in a post-midterms press conference on Wednesday.

Democrats are reportedly gearing up to investigate Trump’s actions against CNN and the Washington Post

Rep. Adam Schiff told Axios that House Democrats plan to investigate President Donald Trump's attacks on press freedom.