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Communications Technology Fri May 19 2017 19:44:19 GMT+0000 (UTC)
WHERE THE PARTY'S AT -- Following through on a promise made earlier in the week, AT&T union workers in 36 states and DC say they will engage in a three-day strike that could impact consumers over the weekend. Around 21,000 AT&T wireless workers have been working wit
For much of the last year rumors of a T-Mobile and Sprint merger have been rampant, thanks in large part to Wall Street speculators that profit off of the subsequent stock price bumps such chatter creates. Last week however talks began to get more se
Tucows CEO Elliot Noss, whose subsidiary Ting is slowly building out fiber to a small number of markets, this week attempted to downplay the impact Google Fiber's pivot will have on the US fiber broadband market. Google Fiber has been shedding execut
Matt Strauss, Comcast's top video executive recently talked with the Chicago Tribune about cord cutting, the rise of so-called "skinny bundles," and Comcast's reputation for customer service. Strauss insists Comcast no longer sees itself as a "cable
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