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AT&T is making it a bit easier for US customers traveling in Canada to have access to high-speed networks.
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Mobile has been working on integrating the MetroPCS spectrum for some time and has also implemented other programs to boost LTE speeds.
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Tennis Channel and Comcast Corp. are still slapping baseline shots at each other - now in the nation's highest court.
Alaska's leading broadband solutions provider, today announced that Linda Leary, a longtime Alaska business leader and sales executive, will join its management team as senior vice president, sales.
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Time Warner Cable has bled subscribers from its Internet and cable services in recent years but the company's incoming CEO Rob Marcus said on Monday he will not rush into a merger with another carrier, which could create a media behemoth and limit options for consumers.
Sprout, the first 24-hour preschool network, will launch its first pop-up store at The Market & Shops at Comcast Center in Philadelphia.
Comcast Cable today announced that, effective immediately, Robert S. Victor will serve as Senior Vice President, Finance and Business Operations, for Comcast Business.
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Apple's long-awaited redesigned Mac Pro may soon become available. As first noted by IDG News Service's Agam Shah, Apple recently began offering a high-resolution monitor made by Sharp through its Online Apple Store websites for the U.K. and other European countries.
Comcast has hired JPMorgan Chase to advise it on a possible bid for Time Warner Cable, according to people briefed on the matter.
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The city of Lakeville will sue Charter Communications, the City Council decided Monday night, in an attempt to force the cable provider to pay at least $470,000 in back fees the city says it has failed to pay the past 14 years.
AT&T has activated our storm preparedness process as we closely monitor the path of the winter storm.
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Is the federal judge who oversaw Apple's e-book price-fixing trial acting abusively and unconstitutionally? According to a new editorial by the Wall Street Journal's Joe Rago, there are several troubling issues with how U.S. District Judge Denise Cote has implemented the terms of her injunction against Apple.