To combat low tablet sales, AT&T is offering iPad owners a different way to get on its LTE network – via a case.
Lowell McAdam dismisses rumors of a Verizon move for AOL but raises possibility of a content partnership.
Channel Master is adding linear online TV channels to its retail DVR box.
Metaswitch CTO says virtual functions implemented on IT-grade cloud infrastructure require extra engineering help to handle network volumes.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: a cloud for mariners; Kabel Deutschland taps Cisco knowhow; AlcaLu's man in Shanghai.
Dish has opened the door to skinnier content bundles with the launch of its much-anticipated online video service, Sling TV.
Along with the pending sale of European assets, improved earnings should put Oi on a sounder financial footing.
Wi-Fi Alliance announces Wi-Fi Aware, a new proximity-based technology that creates a power-efficient, offline mode of discovery.
Carrier's CTO says it has begun working with its chipset, radio infrastructure and device partners to trial LTE-Unlicensed this year.
Another small community is gigabit-ready, thanks to a utility-owned FTTH network.
Celeno and Quantenna prep their latest Wave 2 802.11ac chipsets for the CES spotlight.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Telenor feels the anti-corruption heat; Asiacell launches '3.9G' in Iraq.
In a 'New Year Message for 2015,' the current CEO cites a year-on-year sales increase of 15%.
The South Korean operator provides Light Reading with an update on its biggest moves in small cells during the past year, from virtualization, to carrier aggregation, to 5G.
Having failed to make a dent in the smartphone OS sector, Samsung is taking its Tizen operating system into the living room.
Also in today's regional roundup: ADVA names a new CFO; Birdstep sells part of its mobile security business; Blinkbox could attract rival bids.
Here's what we think will happen on the cable/video front next year. (Just don't remember what we get wrong.)
Vik Saxema, CTO for Cable & Media at Alcatel-Lucent, talks about the vendor's developments for the cable operator market, including virtual CPE.