The FTC will look into allegations that its ban of third-party advertising services in applications for the iPhone and iPad are anticompetitive.
Time Warner adds another Wisconsin system . . . Verizon to buy Ford natural gas vans.
Suddenlink launched its Max 107.0 DOCSIS 3.0-based data service in the Pomeroy area of West Virginia and in two counties in Ohio.
SureWest is now offering free Online DVR Manager and Caller ID on TV converged services to its digital TV customers in the Sacrament area.
Charter has launched free VOD programs from Walt Disney’s stable of networks.
Bright House added five new channels and 10 more Start Over channels in its Central Florida Division.
The FBI is investigating a data breach at AT&T that exposed the e-mail addresses of more than 114,000 owners of the iPad.
Imagine O2 U.K. customers’ surprise yesterday when their carrier followed AT&T’s lead and capped data at 1 GB.
BroadSoft plans to raise as much as $95 million through an initial public offering next week.
Motorola and RIM have settled a patent complaint over mobile technology.
Charter has settled a wage and hour class-action lawsuit.
Cablevision, Charter and Suddenlink are said to be among the potential buyers.
The 3-D World Cup soccer pitch is getting awfully crowed.
Companies include Comcast, Time Warner Cable, Google, AT&T and Verizon.