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Verizon wireless now offered with Time Warner Cable bundles

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Verizonís controversial $3.6 billion acquisition of AWS spectrum licenses from cable companies initiated late last year has now borne fruit with its wireless services now being offered with Time Warner Cable bundles. When the deal was first announced, it was intended that Verizon would partner with the cable companies to...
Verizon wireless now offered with Time Warner Cable bundles
Big surprise! TiVo files patent infringement lawsuit against Motorola & Time Warner Cable

Major ISPs agree to FCC's code of conduct on botnets, DNS attacks

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The FCC's campaign to secure the internet gained new momentum last week, when a group of major ISPs signed on to a new code of conduct aimed at mitigating cybercrime. Adopted by the FCC's Communications, Security, Reliability and Interoperability Council (CSRIC), the new code targets three main security threats:...
Major ISPs agree to FCC's code of conduct on botnets, DNS attacks
Time Warner Cable and AT&T want Google's Kansas City Fiber deal
Funny or Die's Steve Jobs Movie 'iSteve' Now Available Online

Broadband competition fears may lead DOJ to block Verizon spectrum deal

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The Justice Department is "holding up" Verizon Wireless' deal to buy spectrum from cable companies, over concerns that the deal and related swaps will leave many US residents with only one option for broadband Internet service, the Wall Street Journal reported last night. Verizon last December announced an agreement to...
Broadband competition fears may lead DOJ to block Verizon spectrum deal

Time Warner Cable app for Android tablets with live streaming is (still) right around the corner

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To be fair, when we heard that Time Warner Cable's TWC TV app for Android tablets might add live TV streaming by the end of March it was described as a "very loose" projection, so it's not much of a surprise we're still waiting for it now, in April....
Time Warner Cable app for Android tablets with live streaming is (still) right around the corner

Time Warner Cable to Sell Its Clearwire Stake

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Time Warner Cable Inc. is planning to sell its entire 7.8 percent stake in struggling mobile-broadband provider Clearwire Corp. The cable company notified other major Clearwire investors, which have an option to buy part or all of the stake, of the move and disclosed its intention in a regulatory filing...
Time Warner Cable to Sell Its Clearwire Stake

Stalking the Elusive Cord-Cutter: Pay TV Grew Last Quarter (Again)

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Web video is awesome because it gives you so many great viewing choices, without having to pay for TV. So why did the number of pay TV subscribers just increase in the last three months? They didn’t grow much — just a modest 422,000 subscribers, for a very modest 0.2...
Stalking the Elusive Cord-Cutter: Pay TV Grew Last Quarter (Again)

TWC TV Android app finally updated with live TV streaming

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Time Warner Cable users who prefer Android to iOS can finally enjoy live TV streaming on their Ice Cream Sandwich-enabled tablets and phones. As we learned when it debuted, DRM requirements are making live TV streaming an Android 4.0-only affair, but at least it's here. Subscribers can snag TWC...
TWC TV Android app finally updated with live TV streaming

If Aereo Wins Its Battle To Stream TV Over The Internet, Time Warner Could Copy It

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Time Warner Cable's CEO Glenn Britt is watching and rooting for Aereo, the app that takes TV signals and streams them over the Internet for $8 a month. If Aereo wins its legal battle Timer Warner would consider doing the same thing, he told the Washington Post's Cecilia Kang in...
If Aereo Wins Its Battle To Stream TV Over The Internet, Time Warner Could Copy It

Roku, Time Warner Cable strike a deal at CES

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Roku and Time Warner Cable struck a CES deal that will put some of the cable company's content into Roku's streaming devices. Announcing their new partnership in time for the International CES, Time Warner Cable said its subscribers will have access to up to 300 streaming channels through Roku devices...
Roku, Time Warner Cable strike a deal at CES
DOJ probe investigates whether cable companies are unfairly capping online video

AT&T Discusses Entering Into a Joint Bid for Hulu With Chernin Group

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According to sources close to the telecommunications giant, AT&T is in discussions with the Chernin Group about mounting a joint bid to acquire the Hulu premium video site. It makes sense — in addition to its core phone business, AT&T also sells broadband and TV via its U-verse service....
AT&T Discusses Entering Into a Joint Bid for Hulu With Chernin Group

Pay-TV Sector Posts Worst Subscriber Trends in Four Years

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Pay-TV Sector Posts Worst Subscriber Trends in Four Years: Todd Spangler on the most recent cable television numbers: Q1 is historically one of the strongest periods for pay TV providers. But the 176,000 net adds in the most recent quarter came in at less than half the totals for the...
Pay-TV Sector Posts Worst Subscriber Trends in Four Years

Google Fiber prompts Time Warner to offer free Austin Wi-Fi

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Time Warner Cable stepped up its Austin Wi-Fi hotspot plan after the Web giant announced it was bringing its superfast Internet service to the Texas capital. [Read more]...
Google Fiber prompts Time Warner to offer free Austin Wi-Fi

Intel Set-Top Box and Cable TV Service Won't Initially Revolutionize the Industry

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At today's AllThingsD Dive Into Media Conference, Intel Media vice president Erik Huggers announced that the company is indeed working on an Internet TV service and a set-top box to go along with it. Huggers noted that Intel has put together a team of people hired from Apple, Netflix, and...
Intel Set-Top Box and Cable TV Service Won't Initially Revolutionize the Industry

Engadget HD Podcast 300 - 05.22.2012

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This week the Engadget HD podcast crew rolls the odometer over 300 episodes, but it's no big deal. Especially not when we've got new hardware and software from the likes of TiVo and Comcast to discuss during Cable Show 2012. Comcast is actually all over the news this week,...
Engadget HD Podcast 300 - 05.22.2012

Time Warner Cable brings 26 local NYC channels to iOS app, website

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While it may not be the good news the Android army was hoping for, TWC's got some Big Apple-sized bits to share. Via its Untangled blog, Time Warner announced it's finally adding local channels to its iPhone / iPad app and TWCTV site, including CBS, NBC, FOX, ABC and...
Time Warner Cable brings 26 local NYC channels to iOS app, website

DOJ Realizes That Comcast & Time Warner Are Trying To Prop Up Cable By Holding Back Hulu & Netflix

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For quite some time now, we've been reporting on how the big television players were so upset that Hulu and Netflix were dragging them kicking and screaming into the 21st century (even though they owned Hulu) that they were working on plans to kill off both services -- or at...
DOJ Realizes That Comcast & Time Warner Are Trying To Prop Up Cable By Holding Back Hulu & Netflix

Time Warner Cable: We Can Record You, But You Can't Record Us

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So we just had a post about a spoof on customer service from Time Warner Cable by the gripe site TWCCustomerService.com, and I see that they've been busy with their next video as well, in which they call Time Warner Cable's customer service center and tell the representative who answers...
Time Warner Cable: We Can Record You, But You Can't Record Us

NO APPLE TV PRODUCT THIS YEAR (AAPL)

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Bad news for anyone hoping Apple would blow up the TV industry this year. Adam Satariano and Alex Sherman at Bloomberg report, "Apple won't be releasing a new TV product this year," citing "a person familiar with the company's plans." Apple is struggling to reach deals with the cable companies...
NO APPLE TV PRODUCT THIS YEAR (AAPL)

Why doesn’t pay channel Epix switch to an over-the-top model?

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On Tuesday, executives for Epix were definitely at a lunchtime presentation at Los Angeles’ SLS Hotel — I’m sure of it, I saw them — with Marvel comics impressario Stan Lee and boxing legend Sugar Ray Leonard in tow, showing off a range of upcoming blockbuster superhero movies, original comedy shows and...
Why doesn’t pay channel Epix switch to an over-the-top model?
US DOJ just barely preserves competition between Verizon FiOS, cable

Hulu's "Shark Tank" Problem

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I think “Shark Tank” is one of the best hours on TV right now. Want to see for yourself? Tune in on Friday nights to ABC, where the reality show/startup competition is in its fourth season. Mark Cuban makes a particularly excellent hero/villain. Don’t want to watch TV on Friday nights?...
Hulu's "Shark Tank" Problem

10 Things You Need To Know This Morning

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Good morning! Here's the overnight news: Google made a ton of product announcements at its big developer's conference yesterday. You can catch up on all of them here. These are the 19 best venture capitalists investing in enterprise tech. Google is joining with NASA to buy a computer "which performs...
10 Things You Need To Know This Morning

Time Warner and Verizon begin selling bundled packages just to annoy regulators

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Verizon's special relationship with the cable houses deepened yesterday as it started to sell bundled mobile and land-line packages with Time Warner Cable, like it does with Comcast. Residents in various parts of Ohio, Kansas City and Raleigh, North Carolina can sign up and receive a $200 prepaid debit...
Time Warner and Verizon begin selling bundled packages just to annoy regulators

Time Warner Cable expands Essentials Broadband policy

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Time Warner announced today that it would be expanding its usage-based broadband policy to all of its systems save those in Hawaii. The Essentials Broadband policy, launched in Texas this past February, charges users on a per-gigabyte basis when they exceed a certain threshold. The policy will be rolled out...
Time Warner Cable expands Essentials Broadband policy

Verizon’s mobile TV plans don’t make sense (like its proposed spectrum buy)

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Verizon CEO Lowell McAdam is pitching a form of integrated wireless and wireline cable TV package if the government approves its plans to buy $4 billion worth of spectrum from a variety of cable companies. McAdam told the Wall Street Journal about his plans, but so many aspects of the...
Verizon’s mobile TV plans don’t make sense (like its proposed spectrum buy)

Verizon offers to sell some airwaves in exchange for approval to buy others

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Verizon Wireless on Wednesday offered to sell some unused airwaves in exchange for federal approval of its purchase of other airwaves from cable companies. The wireless giant said it would sell some spectrum licenses in the 700 megahertz band that it bought at a federal auction in 2008. The sale...
Verizon offers to sell some airwaves in exchange for approval to buy others
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