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ISPs, media companies take another step in anti-piracy fight

ISPs and media companies took another step toward implementing a new content anti-piracy plan, naming a new executive director and an advisory board to the Center for Copyright Information, a

Report: T-Mobile hires advisers to sell wireless towers

T-Mobile USA has hired TAP Advisors to help sell its wireless towers in a bid to raise money for parent Deutsche Telekom, according to a Bloomberg report. The report, citing unnamed sources familiar

AT&T hits 300,000 U-verse TV subscriber mark in Houston

AT&T (NYSE: T) has reached the 300,000 U-verse customer mark in the Houston market, heralding another major city where it has expanded the penetration of its IPTV and related Fiber to the Node

U.S. operators opening the floodgates for LTE capex surge

The big four U.S. mobile operators are ramping up their capital expenditures as they plunge headfirst into LTE deployment and expansion, according to a research note from Jefferies & Company.

Euteneuer: If Verizon and AT&T get an LTE iPhone, so will Sprint

If Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) launches an LTE version of the iPhone later this year, Sprint Nextel (NYSE:S) will sell the device to its customers, said Sprint Nextel CFO Joe Euteneuer. Euteneuer

MetroPCS will launch VoLTE in 2H 2012

MetroPCS (NYSE:PCS) has pushed back its planned launch of voice over LTE services to the second half of 2012. Chao Ed Chao, senior vice president of engineering and network operations at

DoJ sues AT&T for IP Relay call abuse; says up to 95% of calls were from foreign callers

AT&T (NYSE: T) has been implicated in a lawsuit filed by the Department of Justice of allowing fraudulent users to take advantage of its IP Relay service. According to a filing the made in

Clearwire: Usage on our network increased 705% year-over-year

Clearwire (NASDAQ:CLWR) customers apparently have an insatiable appetite for mobile data--the company's network usage increased 705 percent year-over-year in 2011. According to Clearwire CFO Hope

TiVo, Microsoft agree to dismiss patent litigation

Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) and TiVo (Nasdaq: TIVO) have ended a slap-fight over DVR-related patents that began a few years ago when TiVo sued AT&T (NYSE: T) for patent infringement, and attack-dog

Telcos continued to encroach on cable's video empire in Q4 2011

Video may be cable's mainstay service, but as illustrated in the Q4 2011 numbers, but as illustrated in FierceCable's Q4 earnings roundup, telcos like AT&T (NYSE: T) and Verizon (NYSE: VZ) are