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Tracking the progress of Amazon, Netflix, and Google in Q2

How are online video providers faring against established distributors like Comcast and Verizon FiOS? As the OTT and traditional pay-TV industries increasingly mesh together, Fierce has likewise been reporting these companies' quarterly earnings side-by-side.

As YouTube viewing time jumps 60 percent, advertisers line up to reach users

YouTubers are watching Google's online video service more than they ever have: watch time grew 60 percent compared to the same period last year, which YouTube noted is the fastest growth rate in two years. And brand advertisers are warming up to the OTT service as well, tripling commitments to Google Preferred and buying in to other programmatic ad schemes.

Google sees strong growth in mobile, YouTube ad sales in Q2

Google's second-quarter results wowed investors yesterday, as the search giant reported strong revenue growth from advertisements on mobile devices and on its YouTube video platform. 

Google's Project Fi handoffs: Is it magic?

It's been less than a week since Google's Project Fi arrived at our door, but it's been enough time to come up with a few early impressions of the service. It's worth noting that there's still a "Project" in front of the endeavor.

Google joins Apple, Facebook, Twitter in beacon race

The white-hot market that is beacon technology got another boost this week when Google unveiled Eddystone, a new and open format for Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) beacons for anyone to use.

Google Fiber to bring Internet access to low-cost residents in its fiber markets

Google Fiber has launched a plan to deliver Internet access to low-income residents in all of its FTTH markets as part of the Obama administration's ConnectHome initiative.

Wireless in the second quarter of 2015

How did the wireless industry perform in the second quarter of 2015? In this earnings summary, we list results from the wireless industry's carriers, handset makers, equipment suppliers and others.

Google pushes 'real world' Bluetooth low energy beacon format

Google said it is addressing limitations in Bluetooth low energy (BLE) beacon systems with a new, open, format that will make it easier for developers to produce compatible applications.

Will Apple and Google also lead the way for developers in the Internet of Things?

What role will Google and Apple play in unleashing developers as the Internet of Things spreads? There is still some question of whether mobile dominance will be carried over to IoT.  Special report

BT's employees-only IPv6 trial catches some customers' attention

BT has begun trialing IPv6 addressing with a group of its employees, setting a foundation to conduct a larger scale customer trial. But a number of customers are seeing an IPv6 address alongside the current IPv4 address that's being assigned to their connections.