Nathan Kollett

T-Mobile and MetroPCS Set To Stick Together and Unlimit Themselves

Image from: Cell Phone / Shutterstock MetroPCS is no stranger to merger and acquisition (M&A) activity, and after close calls with Sprint, Leap and possibly other overtures from additional suitors (that were never made public), it was announced this morning that Deutsche Telekom’s T-Mobile USA will merge with MetroPCS. This announcement comes some 10 months after the Department of Justice (DOJ) blocked AT&T’s attempt to acquire carrier T-Mobile on the grounds

Clickstream Prediction: Michigan and Arizona Too Close to Call?

Image from: Linda Bucklin / Shutterstock Well, we’re 8 weeks into primary season and four Republican hopefuls still remain as we head into tomorrow’s contests in Arizona and Mitt Romney’s homestate: Michigan. These outcomes of these two primaries will certainly have a large effect on the momentum that each of the candidates has going into Super Tuesday next week and 59 delegates are up for grabs. So far this primary

Reviewing the Clickstream: Why Gingrich Won South Carolina

Image from: Christopher Halloran / Shutterstock A retrospective on the clickstream data pertaining to my previous South Carolina prediction reveals the impact of important events occurring very close to the South Carolina primary that would have suggested a “W” for Newt Gingrich in that contest. Compete’s analysis of the South Carolina primary went to press based on data from 12/25/2011 – 1/14/2012 and based on that data Mitt was very

Clickstream Prediction: Romney Cruising in for a Florida Win

As the four Republican primary candidates ready themselves for Florida voters this Tuesday – only two, Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich, remain in the Sunshine State while Rick Santorum and Ron Paul set their sights on Nevada and Maine. The most recent Rasmussen telephone survey, conducted Saturday, January 22nd, indicates that Romney who has been pulling ahead this past week now commands a double-digit lead over Gingrich, despite Newt’s initial

UP is Down

Gone are the days when caloric intake, sleep time and workout activity have to be logged into a notebook only to be later entered into a spreadsheet for any meaningful analysis to be done. We now live in a world where wearable and low-profile, low-powered electronic devices track all of your physical activity and later sync your data with a whole host of available software your iOS device. Two of

Clickstream Prediction: Romney to Win the Palmetto State

It’s only mid-January, but we’re already starting to see how things are going to shake out for the Republicans in 2012. The field has narrowed considerably since campaigning first began last summer, and with several lead changes to boot – Michele Bachmann and Herman Cain, former frontrunners in the campaign, have both quit the race since December. Jon Huntsman rescinded his presidential bid ealier this week (along with his endorsement

Why Netflix Is Still #Winning

Recently Netflix announced its third Quarter financials and the headlines since have not been kind. Over the past three months the darling of the post-Blockbuster era has been criticized for their July price increases and accused of ignoring customer loyalty. And let’s not forget the collective facepalm heard ’round the world when Qwikster was announced… Now, another wave of criticism is sweeping through Los Gatos as Netflix’ stock price continues

Is October 4th Time for the 5th iPhone?

It’s 7:15AM. I’m startled awake to the sound of a pinball machine and I can’t seem to ever find the power button on my iPhone 3GS to silence the alarm. I’m tired, but now I’m awake and holding my phone so I check my email. I check Facebook. I check MacRumors. For three months, I didn’t see any news about the iPhone 5, but today Apple announced a press event