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The United States Government Accountability Office released a study recommending that the FCC review limits placed on specific absorption rate (SAR), the amount of radio frequency absorbed by the body when using a cell phone.
Charter Communications narrowed its revenue loss, improved on the number of basic video subscribers it had lost over the previous quarter a year ago and added 29,000 new data subscribers.
It was no surprise that Cablevision added data and phone customers in the second quarter, but the nation’s fifth-largest cable operator also managed to retain its basic video subscribers, as well.
IMJ Corp. emerged as the winner of an informal poll during CableLabs’ Innovation Showcase event that was part of the Summer Conference in Keystone, Colo.
Leap Wireless plans to skip some of a $75 million payment it owes Sprint for the use of its 3G network amid marked declines in its prepaid business.
Sprint is using small cells provided by Alcatel-Lucent to supplement the capacity of its LTE network.
In time for the Olympics, MetroPCS is selling the first phone that can receive local TV signals, potentially lending TV stations some relevance in the age of the smartphone.
AT&T plans to shut down its 2G service by the beginning of 2017 as it works to address a spectrum shortage limiting capacity on its networks.
Broadcom will be showing its full suite of remote monitoring and diagnostic tools at the CableLabs Summer Conference in Keystone, Colo.
SeaChange International announced that former Comcast engineering executive Steve Craddock has joined its board of directors.
Customers will be able to sign up for a Mobile Share plan at any AT&T retail store or by calling AT&T.
The company intends to provide free access to all during the Democratic National Convention that will begin later this month.
The four cable companies Verizon Wireless is buying AWS spectrum from have filed a rebuttal with the FCC to claims made by Sprint that the deal would adversely affect fair competition in the backhaul and Wi-Fi offload markets.
Federal trade regulators have opened a probe into Sprint's collection of sales taxes three months after the New York Attorney General sued Sprint over the same issue.