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Whether you’re a freelancer trying to build your own website, a small business owner trying to make flyers that don’t look like they were created in MS Paint, or a designer without the means to create every single thing from scratch, chances are you’ve spent some time searching for the perfect graphics, fonts, templates, icons, vectors, and more. You probably also know that professional-looking graphics can make or break a business.

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Sprint and T-Mobile aim to merge without giving up any assets

With Sprint majority owner SoftBank reportedly making the decision to move forward on a merger with T-Mobile, Reuters learned from confidential sources that both carriers plan on completing the transaction without selling any assets. That is important as far as the deal goes because part of the attraction for T-Mobile is combining its low-frequency spectrum in the 600MHz-700MHz band, with Sprint’s huge inventory of high-frequency 2.5GHz spectrum. This combination could help the newly merged company when time comes to build out their 5G pipeline.

Today’s report also claims that both T-Mobile …

LeEco chairman has $182 million in assets frozen after failing to pay off company's debts

Call it schadenfreude if you will, but LeEco’s massive death spiral is getting ever more interesting to observe. Previously, the company officially halted its ambitious plan to expand onto US territory, fired about 80 percent of its workforce in the country, and sold off the property on which it had previously planned to build a Silicon Valley HQ. But this wasn’t nearly enough to cover all the debt, though, as a Shanghai court has now frozen $182 million in assets tied to LeEco’s founder, Jia Yueting.

The freezing of the assets, which are property …