television signals

television signals

Diller-Backed Aereo Wins Broadcast-TV Clash

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Aereo, a start-up company retransmitting broadcast television signals to mobile devices, one a legal victory that puts renewed pressure on the likes of NBC, CBS, ABC and Fox....
Diller-Backed Aereo Wins Broadcast-TV Clash

Tech as a boost for development

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From futuristic wireless networks for rural Africa to tracking water well drillings, technology can aid growthLast week, the Wall Street Journal unveiled a Google project designed to provide wireless networks in developing countries, more specifically in sub-Saharan Africa and Southeast Asia. According to the Journal, the initiative involves using the...
Tech as a boost for development
Time Warner Cable CEO says it could copy Aereo's business model in the future
New Comcast IPTV set-top box hits the FCC, could be released next year

What's At Stake In the Epic Battle Between TV Networks and Cable/Satellite Providers

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Cable and satellite TV providers have started a fight that could fundamentally change the way television content is brought to your home. If the cable/satellite operators win this legal and market battle, they could shift a large amount power away from broadcasters and cable networks - and give viewers far...
What's At Stake In the Epic Battle Between TV Networks and Cable/Satellite Providers
UK completes transition from analog to digital TV, frees spectrum for future LTE networks
Semiconductor blues: Samsung may sell LCD business, Elpida faces uncertainty

UK 4G networks will disrupt TV signals, at a cost of £180m to mobile operators

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UK regulators haven’t even announced the auction date for Britain’s 4G network coverage, and already it is costing operators hundreds of millions of pounds to ensure the new wireless networks don’t interfere with television signals, reports The Telegraph. Communications Minister Ed Vaizey said that a fund has already been set up...
UK 4G networks will disrupt TV signals, at a cost of £180m to mobile operators
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