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Comcast warns of cyber security threat posed by botnets; network will never be 'completely secure'

Comcast (Nasdaq: CMCSA) will never be able to completely secure its broadband network from cyber security threats such as botnets that can "turn ordinary users into unwitting participants in global

VSG: AT&T, Level 3 raise global Ethernet profile, while Orange holds first place

While Vertical Systems Group's 2011 year-end global Ethernet report may have seen little change since its mid-year 2011 report with Orange Business Services continuing to hold onto its number one

Sonic.net expands FTTH network deployment

Sonic.net, a competitive broadband provider that prevailed against a strong headwind of incumbent telcos and cable operators, is now expanding Fiber to the Home (FTTH) plans in Sebastopol, Calif. to

AT&T, CWA negotiating contract with wireless workers, continues wireline union talks

AT&T (NYSE: T) is working out the details of a new labor contract with the Communications Workers of America (CWA), one that represents over 9,000 of its wireless employees in CWA District 6. CWA

Mobile money: The next frontier of app development

The evolution of mobile money services looms large among the dominant themes at last week's Mobile World Congress 2012 event in Barcelona. Consider just a few of the biggest headlines: Isis, the

Verizon: We'll hit LTE capacity limit in some markets by 2013 without new spectrum

Verizon Wireless (NYSE:VZ) expects data traffic on is LTE network to exceed that of its CDMA EV-DO network in early 2013--and believes traffic will only keep ballooning from there, according to a

Juniper's Kevin Johnson remains "very cautious" about its European prospects

Kevin Johnson, Juniper's (NYSE: JNPR) CEO, is being cautious outlook on the European telecom market because he believes the region's debt issues could create a "challenge" for the telecom and network

AT&T U-verse expands in Kansas City; will let Google hang fiber on its poles

AT&T (NYSE: T) is continuing its U-verse buildout in Kansas City, and it's found a way to help subsidize the cost: Google (Nasdaq: GOOG). The search giant has agreed to pay the telco for each

AT&T expands U-verse reach in Kansas City, lets Google share poles

AT&T (NYSE: T) U-verse has hit the 400,000 living unit milestone Kansas City market with its U-verse service five years after launching the service in the area. But the more page-turning news

Complaints prompt change to AT&T's throttling policy

Customers on AT&T Mobility's (NYSE:T) grandfathered unlimited data plans who were upset about having their data speeds throttled once they had consumed 2 GB of data are getting a 1 GB break if