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Vodafone to buy share of Telekom Malaysia's mobile business unit
Start queuing now for the iPhone
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Vyatta says thanks for the memory prices
Petition calls on FCC to investigate, suggests MSO should be fined $195,000 for each sub affected by 'degraded' Internet service
By Halloween, VON was a ghost town
European carriers are adding tens of thousands of IPTV subs each month as the Old Continent leads the way in telco TV growth
Shareholder sends an offer letter of $3.40 a share to CACS, saying the company is undervalued
Cisco promises to invest $16 billion in China over the next five years
Consumer protection 1432
Still mired in losses, Conexant discontinues standalone wireless LAN chips and lays off 140
Euro regulators are in tit-for-tat mode
For God's sake, stay home!!!
MetroPCS pulls out but Leap says it is open to talks
Many offers, little prices
Who needs hi-def when you've got ASCII-Vision?
Verizon is gearing up for 100 Mbit/s to be a common offering for most homes. Will AT&T follow suit?
The talking is over
The FCC wouldn't grant Comcast a waiver, and, as promised, Comcast is taking the fight to appeals court
VP says bandwidth is a non-issue
Tutarus, SecureRF encrypt RFID data on the chip
Verizon first with a CDMA Pearl?
Stems market and retail store expansion of a wireless service offered in tandem with cable MSOs, citing mounting provisioning issues
Third-ranked US wireless operator reports subscriber numbers down by 60,000 for the third quarter
JDSU's reasons to turn thumbs down on copper
Top cable analyst suggests FCC's ban on exclusive cable MDU contracts is much ado about less than what many investors might think
Significant jobs cuts expected at BT
A new partnership with TiVo might help Windstream fight off cable competition
Sitting in a tree...
Reshuffle leaves two senior execs in limbo
The company's optical sales bounce back, but not all the way
Telcos are finally offering TV services in a real way, but are any of them making money? And, now that they've figured out the technical hurdles, what should they be doing to really stand out in this competitive business?