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Cable operators can still thrive while losing basic video customers

I sneered when cable executives first began pushing Wall Street analysts a decade ago to measure the success of an MSO by counting the total number of RGUs, or revenue generating units, that a

Battling for broadband subscribers

In today's spotlight, FierceTelecom and FierceIPTV take a look at how telcos and IPTV providers are battling for broadband subscribers. FierceTelecom's Sean Buckley notes that CenturyLink is reducing

Huawei planning LTE phones, looking beyond Android

SAN DIEGO--Huawei, the world's second largest network vendor, said it plans to significantly boost its presence in the U.S. handset market--an effort that would include pushing its brand more heavily

De la Vega: Wearable devices are the next step in M2M market

SAN DIEGO--AT&T Mobility (NYSE:T) chief Ralph de la Vega said the next step in the connected devices market will be body-monitoring systems that will allow users to track the physical state of

Comparing low-cost broadband access services

In today's spotlight, FierceCable takes a look at low-cost broadband Internet access services from Comcast (Nasdaq: CMCSA), CenturyLink (NYSE: CTL), AT&T (NYSE: T) and other ISPs. Some providers

Charter ends free high-speed Internet service for St. Louis

After delivering free high-speed Internet service to government offices and police precincts in St. Louis for nine years, Charter Communications (Nasdaq: CHTR) is asking the city to pay it $115,000

T-Mobile could lose 1.2M subs as AT&T acquisition drags on

T-Mobile USA may lose three times the number of contract subscribers this year as compared with 2010 while it waits for obstacles to AT&T's (NYSE:T) proposed $39 billion acquisition of the

Suddenlink to launch broadband caps

Suddenlink Communications is beginning to launch broadband caps, and plans to charge subscribers who exceed their allotted bandwidth fees $10 for every 50-gigabyte increment that exceeds the cap. The

AT&T prepares for October legal battles over T-Mobile deal

AT&T (NYSE:T) plans to a file a motion to dismiss lawsuits brought by Sprint Nextel (NYSE:S) and C Spire Wireless to block AT&T's proposed $39 billion acquisition of T-Mobile USA. The

Time Warner Cable upgrades iPad app, but still doesn't support Android devices

Time Warner Cable (NYSE: TWC) continues to post updates to its app for Apple's (Nasdaq: AAPL) popular iPad tablet, but the cable MSO still doesn't have similar apps for mobile phones and devices