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Content posted in January 2009
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Littering in California
Monkey Bidness  | 
1/30/2009  |  Post a comment
It ain't a clown car, lady
Apple's MacBook Wheel
The Bauminator  | 
1/30/2009  |  Post a comment
Say hello to the 'most intuitive product ever designed'
Are You Ready for Some Hulu?
Contentinople  | 
1/30/2009  |  Post a comment
Hulu preps its much-hyped Superbowl commercials
Brooklyn Banana
Jonestown  | 
1/30/2009  |  Post a comment
It's been a long week...
News of the Future!
The Philter  | 
1/30/2009  |  2 comments
Where can I get one of these tele-papers?
Comcast Gives WiFi a Try
LR Cable News Analysis  | 
1/30/2009  |  1 comment
MSO, with some help from Cablevision, has launched a WiFi trial covering about 100 NJ Transit commuter rail stations
Is DragonWave Ripe for Takeover?
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
1/30/2009  |  Post a comment
Wireless backhaul specialist says it's not aware of any bid, but adopts a rights plan to counter unwanted takeover offers
Some Good News
Red Panda  | 
1/30/2009  |  Post a comment
Economic conditions aren't ALL bad
Tandberg's Cooney Changes Channels
LR Cable News Analysis  | 
1/30/2009  |  Post a comment
The guy who helped Tandberg Television springboard its US cable business is on to a new challenge: helming CDN specialist Internap
Internap Gets New Leadership
News Analysis  | 
1/30/2009  |  Post a comment
Will new CEO Eric Cooney be enough to turn the company around?
Two Twits Tweet
Monkey Bidness  | 
1/30/2009  |  Post a comment
Ashton and Demi share the love
DTV Delay: Game Still On
The Bauminator  | 
1/30/2009  |  Post a comment
A new bill has reportedly made it through the Senate
Infinera Anchored by New Wins
News Analysis  | 
1/30/2009  |  Post a comment
A flurry of new customers is good news, but it also drags down Infinera's margins
Nortel Kills Mobile WiMax Biz
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
1/29/2009  |  3 comments
Exits with a 3% share of the mobile WiMax market, will soldier on with fixed 802.16d, concentrate on LTE UPDATED 1/30, 4:00 PM
Nortel: Bye, WiMax
The Philter  | 
1/29/2009  |  Post a comment
Nortel quits the mobile WiMax business
Infinera Levels Up
Craig's A-List  | 
1/29/2009  |  1 comment
Some 'Internet' company overtakes Level 3
Juniper's Q4 Shows Worry Lines
News Analysis  | 
1/29/2009  |  6 comments
The numbers came out fine, but even Juniper isn't immune to some cautious buying patterns by its customers
VC Binge Slows
Contentinople  | 
1/29/2009  |  Post a comment
Let the purging begin
Cable Softness
The Bauminator  | 
1/29/2009  |  Post a comment
MSO capex will certainly dip in '09, but in one analyst's view, Harmonic should fare better than BigBand
Report: Storm Costlier to Make Than iPhone
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
1/29/2009  |  Post a comment
According to a breakdown by iSuppli, the touch-screen BlackBerry costs $203 to make, $30 more than Apple's smartphone
T-Mobile Sub Growth Slows
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
1/29/2009  |  Post a comment
Fourth largest US cellular operator reports a Q4 subscriber slowdown
Britain Botches Broadband
EuroBlog  | 
1/29/2009  |  Post a comment
New report on Digital Britain is a damp squib
AT&T vs. Verizon
The Philter  | 
1/29/2009  |  Post a comment
Battling for customers in the flat fields of Frisco, Texas
Slideshow: 'Tech It Out'
The Bauminator  | 
1/29/2009  |  Post a comment
About 200 cable folks gathered at The Cable Center in Denver for WICT Rocky Mountain's annual event
Thomson Revamps, Tackles Debts
News Analysis  | 
1/29/2009  |  Post a comment
French video, VoIP, and IPTV vendor Thomson needs to sell assets to balance its books as its Q4 revenues tumble
BigBand Settles Up
The Bauminator  | 
1/29/2009  |  Post a comment
And it won't cost all that much
Juniper Hires Ex-Nortel Exec as CMO
News Analysis  | 
1/29/2009  |  1 comment
Juniper builds up to its Q4 earnings report by appointing former Nortel executive Lauren Flaherty as marketing chief
Charter Takes On U-verse
LR Cable News Analysis  | 
1/29/2009  |  Post a comment
MSO doesn't let financial troubles stop it from launching a Docsis 3.0-powered 60 Mbit/s service against AT&T's U-verse
Frisco Fiber Fight
Slide Shows  | 
1/29/2009  |  3 comments
Photo evidence of the telco turf war happening in North Texas
The DTV Yo-Yo
Jonestown  | 
1/28/2009  |  Post a comment
Digital switch-over is good news for LTE
NCTA: Delay or No Delay, Cable's Ready
LR Cable News Analysis  | 
1/28/2009  |  Post a comment
The date is still Feb. 17, and cable says all signs are go
TV Goes 3D
Contentinople  | 
1/28/2009  |  Post a comment
DreamWork will air a 3D commercial during the Super Bowl
BT Sticks With Plan A
EuroBlog  | 
1/28/2009  |  Post a comment
Problems with rogue unit won't hit plans, says CEO
ECI's Power Play
EuroBlog  | 
1/28/2009  |  Post a comment
Focus on utility customers paying off
Kill Bill 3
The Bauminator  | 
1/28/2009  |  2 comments
House shoots down digital delay bill
Hail Mary: Chan Takes 4G Helm at AlcaLu
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
1/28/2009  |  4 comments
As the dust settles on AlcaLu's executive reshuffles, Mary Chan emerges with responsibility for 4G and LTE marketing
Energy-Efficient Technologies Wanted
LR Mobile Column  | 
1/28/2009  |  Post a comment
CTOs have made it clear to suppliers that they want more energy-efficient technologies without a significant rise in cost
Wideband: Priced to Move
The Bauminator  | 
1/28/2009  |  Post a comment
In Japan, anyway...
Cox to Test New Bandwidth Cop
LR Cable News Analysis  | 
1/28/2009  |  Post a comment
In the wake of earlier scrutiny, Cox confirms it will start testing a new bandwidth management system next month
iPhone Margin Munch
Wireless Bits  | 
1/28/2009  |  Post a comment
Apple iPhone takes bite out of AT&T's margins in Q4
AT&T Cuts Capex by up to $3B
News Analysis  | 
1/28/2009  |  7 comments
As it unveils its Q4 and full year results, AT&T announces a reduction in annual capex of up to 15% in 2009
Pulling the Trigger
Craig's A-List  | 
1/28/2009  |  Post a comment
Bookham and Avanex pretty much had to merge
Huawei: 4G or Not 4G?
LR Mobile Column  | 
1/28/2009  |  2 comments
That is the question... or, why Huawei and TeliaSonera can't really call their LTE network plans '4G'
Vimpelcom Upbeat on Russia
EuroBlog  | 
1/28/2009  |  Post a comment
Russian telecom sector holding up, says mobile CEO
Bookham, Avanex Defend Their Deal
News Analysis  | 
1/28/2009  |  1 comment
The perennial turnaround companies offer the reasons why they think their merger can fly
The Bookham Team
Craig's A-List  | 
1/28/2009  |  Post a comment
Not hard to see who's in charge
Netflix Beats the Street
Contentinople  | 
1/27/2009  |  Post a comment
Netflix exceeds analyst expectations with its Q4 results
Apple's Touching New Patent
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
1/27/2009  |  Post a comment
The win will give Apple more legal ammunition against Palm and other competitors
Bookham, Avanex Tie the Knot
News Analysis  | 
1/27/2009  |  7 comments
Trying not to be relegated to the second tier, the two optical components companies join forces
TLAB Pressed
The Philter  | 
1/27/2009  |  Post a comment
What the media really thinks of Tellabs
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