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AT&T riding on DAS network at Churchill Downs

AT&T will offer mobile communications services to its customers via a new distributed antenna system (DAS) installed by Mobilitie at Churchill Downs Racetrack in Louisville, Ky.

AT&T Q1 consumer wireline revenues rise 2% to $5.5 billion on strong U-verse gains

AT&T's U-verse IP-based broadband and U-verse additions helped drive first quarter 2013 consumer wireline revenues up 2 percent to $5.5 billion, while offsetting business customer revenue declines.

AT&T adds only 296,000 postpaid subs in Q1, but sells 6M smartphones

AT&T Mobility sold 6 million smartphones in the first quarter but its postpaid net adds reached just 296,000. The figure is far below Verizon Wireless' 677,000 net retail postpaid customer additions in the first quarter.

AT&T adds record 731,000 U-verse Internet and 232,000 TV subscribers in Q1 2013

AT&T said Tuesday that it picked up 232,000 U-verse TV subscribers in the first quarter, along with a record 731,000 U-verse Internet customers.

TV is still the experience; broadband is still the pipe

There has, of late, been some effort to dismiss the value of television as just a component of a broadband experience. The misguided thinking is that TV is peripheral, a video component to a wider ranging broadband initiative. That certainly flavored my conversation with Greg Consiglio, president and COO of second screen app provider Viggle.

Supreme Court won't review AT&T U-verse class action suit

A class action suit against AT&T U-verse service has no legs because the plaintiffs agreed to arbitration, not legal action, in the event they were dissatisfied with service, the Supreme Court affirmed Monday.

AT&T, CenturyLink face 1 Gbps challenge from Wilson, N.C.-based Greenlight

Greenlight, a municipally-owned service provider in Wilson, N.C., will make its service even more competitive with three area service providers--AT&T, CenturyLink and Time Warner Cable--when it debuts its 1 Gbps service this July.

Cox rolls myflare photo and video storage service

Cox Communications launched a cloud-based media storage service called myflare that the company said will make it easier for subscribers to manage photos, videos and music, and share content with friends and family.

Comcast, CableLabs, AT&T execs win DLNA awards

Executives from Comcast, CableLabs and AT&T were among the people the Digital Living Network Alliance said it has awarded for contributing to the Alliance, which is focused on allowing consumers to access content on multiple devices and platforms.

Dish Network trademarks Otto for voice recognition software

Dish Network has filed several trademark applications to utilize the brand Otto for voice recognition software that could be used to power both its satellite TV service and the mobile phone product it is developing.