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Carriers have mixed reactions to FCC's net neutrality rules

Reaction to the FCC's net neutrality rules, which were passed Tuesday by a 3-2 vote, came pouring in from all corners of the technology industry. Wireless carriers offered mixed assessments of the

FCC approves light net neutrality rules for wireless

WASHINGTON--The FCC voted to approve net neutrality rules for wireless and wired networks, bringing to a climax the intense regulatory gymnastics by FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski that began more

2010 Year in Review: AT&T's U-verse turns around landline business

The news was buried in AT&T's second quarter earnings report: U-verse services topped $1 billion in revenue. It was a first for the telco, more than double the revenue it earned in the like

2010 Year in Review: TV Everywhere still stuck in nowhere

The TV Everywhere teaser is tantalizing: Imagine being able to start watching a program on your television, pick up where you left off on your smartphone on the way to work, and finish it during a

AT&T's Lindner: IP services drive consumer, business wireline growth

As AT&T (NYSE: T) continues to transition away from its stable TDM legacy base, consumer and business continue to adopt IP-based services. Speaking at the UBS Global Media and Communications

AT&T, Sprint hint at buckets of data for multiple devices

Executives from both AT&T Mobility (NYSE:T) and Sprint Nextel (NYSE:S) hinted that the industry is moving toward a pricing paradigm for mobile data that will allow customers to purchase a single

AT&T enhances its home automation game with Xanboo acquisition

AT&T (NYSE: T) is the latest service provider to move in the potentially lucrative home services market by acquiring home automation platform developer Xanboo. Although AT&T has provided

AT&T, Cisco to conduct global IT energy efficiency study for Shell

AT&T (NYSE: T) and Cisco (Nasdaq: CSCO) have been tapped by Shell to help the oil and gas company get a better understanding of how energy efficient its global IT infrastructure is. The two

AT&T has 7 million usage-based pricing subscribers

AT&T Mobility (NYSE:T) currently has 7 million mobile broadband subscribers on usage-based data pricing plans, and the company considers its transition to the new pricing structure a success six

AT&T CTO: Data traffic is slowing

AT&T (NYSE:T) CTO John Donovan said that the estimated growth in data traffic on the operator's mobile network has slowed, but it still has grown more than 3,000 percent during the past three