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What are the most controversial (and brilliant) wireless business ideas of the past decade?

The wireless industry today bears little resemblance to that which first emerged more than 25 years ago. But one thing that has remained constant is the need for wireless companies to make bold and

AT&T adds 100 U-verse installer jobs in Kansas City

AT&T (NYSE: T) continues to add installers for its U-verse product, this time in Kansas City, Kan. The telco earlier this month added 101 technicians in Wisconsin to support its growing IPTV and

Cox uses MPEG-4 to expand HD lineup

Cox Communications plans to use MPEG-4 technology to add up to 30 HDTV networks to its channel lineups in several markets, but the company said only about 10 percent of the set-tops that it has

Report: AT&T reaches out to Sprint, MetroPCS, Leap on T-Mobile asset sales

AT&T (NYSE:T) has been in touch with rivals including Sprint Nextel (NYSE:S), MetroPCS (NASDAQ:PCS) and Leap Wireless (NASDAQ:LEAP) to discuss selling spectrum and customers in a bid to save its

AT&T launches LTE in 5 cities

AT&T (NYSE:T) on Sunday turned on its LTE network in five cities: Dallas-Fort Worth, San Antonio, Houston, Atlanta and Chicago. The company, which expects to deploy LTE across 70 million POPs in

AT&T's Lurie: Industry will eventually adopt multi-device rate plans

AT&T Mobility (NYSE:T) is known for its emphasis on wireless connected devices. The company was one of the first operators to create an entire business unit devoted to this area and is considered

AT&T-TiVo patent trial delayed

A jury trial for a patent infringement suit TiVo (Nasdaq: TIVO) is waging against AT&T (NYSE: T) and its U-verse TV platform has been delayed until January. TiVo, which has filed a separate

Democratic lawmakers urge Obama to settle AT&T/T-Mobile case

A group of 15 Democratic House lawmakers sent a letter urging President Obama and the Department of Justice to reach a speedy settlement with AT&T (NYSE:T) over its proposed $39 billion

Charter sells local ads for AT&T U-verse TV

AT&T (NYSE: T) struck a deal with rival pay TV distributor Charter Communications (Nasdaq: CHTR) to sell local advertising on national cable networks carried by its U-verse TV service in markets

Charter Media to sell AT&T U-verse advertising

Charter Communications (Nasdaq: CHTR) has become the latest MSO to sell advertising for AT&T's (NYSE: T) U-verse product, a necessary revenue act that continues to take place between two video