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Analysis: AT&T is revamping its mobility strategies to improve organic revenue growth, writes Steve Vachon, an analyst with Technology Business Research. The communications giant reported its latest earnings on Tuesday, and Vachon offers in-depth analysis.
A federal appeals court in Nashville could decide the fate of last year's FCC decision that overruled state laws in North Carolina and Tennessee prohibiting municipal networks from offering broadband services outside city limits.
Many users of the Internet, especially those who rely on the net for video, have watched the "net neutrality" debate intensely, and a lot of individuals as well as businesses have called on the FCC to implement access rules. A big voice in the battle for "neutrality" was Netflix. Now it turns out big carriers such as Verizon and AT&T were not at fault for throttling down net speeds. Netflix was - by its own admission. For that, the company deserves a lot of catcalls, and a think tank gives Netflix its first "Tech Hypo(crite) Award."
The stunning confession that Netflix has been throttling wireless video over AT&T and Verizon networks triggered an avalanche of incredulous news headlines - and a heated reaction from AT&T. After all, the carriers have been blamed for throttling in the past. Go figure.
Like other cable and satellite companies, AT&T is trying to make it a little easier to sign up for traditional TV. The communications giant says it will launch three Internet streaming options later this year.
AT&T has filed a lawsuit against the City of Louisville, seeking to overturn a new ordinance that would grant Google Fiber and other companies to hang fiber from utility poles which AT&T owns. Google says it's "standing with Louisville."
A new report from RootMetrics finds Verizon is the No. 1 wireless provider across North Carolina based on qualities and speeds of services. The new report puts Verizon ahead of AT&T for the first time in three six-month studies.
AT&T and Intel trigger an avalanche of news at the Mobile World Congress with news that they are collaborating on technology to help drone operators control their flying robots over AT&T's wireless network. Off we go into the wild blue yonder ... for out-of-sight control.
CH joins Smart City effort; Cree rallies on upgrade; Chimerix stock plunges; Uber driver in shooting; Facebook Messenger update
In today's Bulldog wrapup of tech and life science news: Chapel Hill joins AT&T Smart City initiative; analyst's upgrade sends Cree shares up; Chimerix shares plunge on bad clinical trial news; Uber says one of its drivers was involved in the Michigan shootings; and Facebook updates Messenger.
Fortune's latest "Most Admired Companies" report includes Quintiles for the second straight year. IBM and AT&T crack the overall top 50, and Lenovo comes in at No. 3 among technology firms. Meanwhile, three "As" finished 1-2-3.
Verizon, its overall score improving, is No. 1 again in the national wireless service survey as conducted by independent research firm RootMetrics. AT&T slips a bit farther behind but remains second followed by Sprint and T-Mobile.
AT&T says it will test the next evolution of wireless technology known as "5G" in Austin, Texas by the end of this year. The communications giant joins rival Verizon in exploring a network that could deliver data 100 times as fast as current 4G service known as LTE.
Frontier Communications offers praise for the ConnectHome plan from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, which includes a partnership with Google Fiber. But Frontier, which provides services in the Durham area, points out its own efforts to expand broadband access.
AT&T applauds Google Fiber's 'free' offer to community centers, notes its own efforts to bridge 'digital divide'
While praising Google Fiber's announced plans Wednesday to offer free ultra-fast Internet access to public housing communities, AT&T notes it is already doing so at several Triangle and Triad locations. And a new program for discounted access is coming.
Here's a snapshot of just how wildly popular social media is becoming at sporting events: Cam Newton and the NFC Panthers generate a record buzz in championship game. Yes, Cam's enthusiasm is infectious. My, how the sports experience is changing - in the stadium and at home.
The FCC is scheduled to unveil a new report today about the availability of broadband. But it's also likely to create more tension between the industry and the agency which already are fighting in court over "net neutrality" and Internet regulation.
AT&T on Tuesday reported a quarterly profit that slightly missed Wall Street expectations as it added fewer customers on contracts and other core plans than it did the year before. Our wrapup includes an interactive graphic on the earnings and what AT&T's top executive had to say about the financials.
In December, AT&T put on a job fair in the triangle, hoping to hire 80 technicians for its expanding GigaPower and fiber-optic network services. Part of the reason became clear this week: AT&T has added more than 23,500 business customers to its network over the past couple of years.