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AT&T gives Chicago Cubs fans game action options with Multiview

AT&T has rolled out a multiview app for Chicago Cubs fans who are U-verse subscribers that gives them four simultaneous views of games at Wrigley Field and allows them to choose which camera

Appraising U.S. wireless operators in the second quarter

As the second-quarter reporting season comes to a close, it's time to start parsing the information to see which carriers slipped and which managed to get ahead. Here are some of the big themes from

Verizon, Google said to be nearing deal on net neutrality

Verizon (NYSE:VZ) and Google are negotiating a deal on net neutrality--though the agreement would not apply to its wireless network--according to multiple media reports. The news about a potential

AT&T adds WiFi hotzone in Chicago

AT&T Mobility (NYSE:T) is again expanding its WiFi hotzone project in hopes it will ease the burden on its 3G mobile broadband network. The company has launched a WiFi hotzone pilot in Chicago

FCC's net neutrality compromise meetings grind on

The FCC scheduled more meetings among stakeholders to try and forge a compromise on net neutrality, according to The Hill. According to the newspaper's unnamed sources, representatives from the NCTA,

Nissan working with AT&T on connected car

Nissan is working with AT&T (NYSE:T) to provide M2M-like connectivity for digital services for the company's all-electric LEAF automobile. The LEAF is characterized as an IT and mobile connected

Motorola picked for public-safety LTE network in San Francisco

Motorola (NYSE:MOT) announced it won a contract that is the first phase of a private 700 MHz LTE network buildout for first responders in the San Francisco Bay Area. The network will cover 10 sites

How long will AT&T's competitors resist tiered pricing plans?

Something strange has happened. It's been more than a month since AT&T (NYSE:T) changed its smartphone data pricing plans from an unlimited structure to a tiered model, and no other operator has

AT&T will support Straight Talk prepaid service

Wal-Mart will sell TracFone's Straight Talk service with phones that run on AT&T Mobility's (NYSE:T) network, a sign that AT&T is getting further enmeshed in the prepaid wireless business.

CTO Jaime Fink talks about what being bought by Pace means to 2Wire

Home gateway manufacturer 2Wire was tentatively acquired this week by U.K.-based set-top box specialist Pace in a $475 million deal that should close before the end of the year. 2Wire CTO Jaime Fink