Aol and Yahoo: two companies that were huge in the 90s and have been struggling to figure out what exactly they are since then. So heck, why not just mash them together into a big, confused ball?
Here's some good news for people who don't want the mobile space to get even less competitive than it is now: the federal government has sued to block AT&T from its proposed acquisition of T-Mobile on antitrust grounds.
The big loser in the proposed AT&T/T-Mobile merger (other than consumers) would probably be Sprint, who would end up being the tiny third carrier to the big two of AT&T and Verizon if it goes through. So, unsurprisingly, they're speaking out against it.