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Charter Communications narrows Q1 loss, adds subscribers

Charter Communications posted a first quarter loss of $358 million, or 97 cents a share, compared to $381 million, or $1.04 a share a year ago and said its revenue rose 10 percent to $1.6 billion

ALSO NOTED: VZ Navigator 4.0; A Zune content filter? and much more...

> Report: Mobile social networking tops 4 million users in the U.S. >

Zune Adds Video

Microsoft has expanded its Zune offerings to include downloads of popular television shows from COMEDY CENTRAL, MTV, NBC Universal, Nickelodon, Star Media, Turner Broadcasting and VH1, among

Cisco posts higher revenue, carrier sector decline

Cisco Systems reported a revenue increase of 10 percent to $9.8 billion for its fiscal third quarter, a figure which spelled relief for many telecom industry types who know that Wall Street moves the

QUICKLINKS: Top Five Converged Devices; Microsoft walks away from Yahoo bid;

> Top Five Converged Devices No longer just voice-centric phones, mobile devices now come in a variety of different form factors and sport a slew of new capabilities. Check out

ALSO NOTED: Verizon's Petri retires; BigBand cuts 25 jobs; and much more...

> Daniel Petri, group president-International, at Verizon will retire Aug. 1 after 37 years with the telco. Report > Video

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> Samsung launches a promotional website for the Instinct, which is set to debut on Sprint's network in the coming months.

Car Batteries to Cell Phones

Back in 1997, I was out in Las Vegas providing an assist for streaming events around the launch U2’s PopMart tour. The lads from Dublin had rented out the new (then new) Sam Boyd stadium to

White-space broadband gets more and more complicated

Google, Microsoft and other companies advocating the use of unlicensed white-space spectrum for wireless broadband had to have believed earlier this year that the FCC was going to rubber-stamp the

SPOTLIGHT: Sony Launching PS3 Online Video Service

Sony Corp. is lining up movie and TV studios to supply shows for its PlayStation 3 online video service to be launched this summer. This would be the third time for Sony to try an online video