News of Note—Time Warner/AT&T trial ends, Dell talks robots, T-Mobile/Sprint faces hurdles

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 > Monday marked the final day of the six-week trial to determine whether AT&T would prevail over the Justice Department in its attempt to buy Time Warner. Bloomberg article

> During his keynote address at Dell Technologies World, Dell CEO Michael Dell outlined his vision of a software-defined world with robots and humans working hand in hand for a better future. SDxCentral article

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> While the prospect looms of T-Mobile and Sprint making U.S. the worldwide leader in 5G, it's "same as it ever was" for the regulatory hurdles. The New York Times article

> The successful merger of T-Mobile and Sprint could put a dent in tower companies' bottom lines. FierceWireless article

> Amazon Web Services today announced that Oath, a subsidiary of Verizon, has selected AWS as its preferred public cloud provider. Release

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