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Video cord proving hard to cut

Telco TV subscriber figures are not the only indicator of how TV service providers are making their way through a harsh economy, but the TV subscriber numbers from the two largest telcos in the U.S.

Report: Apple talking to Verizon about iPhone

Apple is having discussions with Verizon Wireless about bringing the iconic iPhone to the carrier, according to a report in USA Today, a move that would unsettle the balance of power between Verizon

CWA President: AT&T strike "a tactic we may yet use"

Speaking at the union's first ever e-meeting Thursday, CWA President Larry Cohen said a strike against AT&T remains a "tactic we may yet use" against the company. However, the union and its

AT&T, industry capex outlooks appear rosy

During AT&T's first-quarter earnings call yesterday, company officials noted that capital spending for 2009 remained on course to be between $17 billion and $18 billion for the full year. The

T-Mobile USA launches embedded SIM card for M2M

T-Mobile USA launched an embedded SIM card for machine-to-machine (M2M) solutions, which the operator said is about the size of the head of a pin. The embedded SIM is also more durable than

Internal AT&T memo calls Palm Pre inferior

A day after both AT&T and Apple touted the success of the iPhone 3G as a key source of buoyancy in the economic recession, an internal AT&T memo has surfaced that seeks to discredit one of

AT&T gains 284,000 TV customers

AT&T said during its first quarter earnings report Wednesday that it gained about 284,000 customers for its U-verse TV service during the quarter, pushing the offering's total customer base

AT&T adds 1.2M subs, sees wireless data revenue surge

AT&T's first-quarter net income fell 9 percent, but the company's wireless growth helped the largest telecoms company in the United States maintain solid footing despite the weakening economy.

AT&T offers intra-enterprise CDN

AT&T is offering an enterprise-focused content delivery service that allows companies to create what amounts to an in-house content delivery network for storing and distributing content behind

AT&T profit, revenue slip in Q1

AT&T reported a drop in net income for the second straight quarter, as well as a slight decline in revenue, as the telco giant posted its first-quarter earnings report Wednesday. AT&T still