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- Montgomery Advertiser (Ala.) (tiered subscription model)
Raycom and DIRECTV ended a short programming blackout by reaching a retransmission-consent deal "in principle" earlier this month, but that agreement has yet to be finalized. "We don't have a timetabl Read More
- Hill, The
CTIA said wireless carriers are unfairly subsidizing Universal Service Fund programs for delivering unrelated services such as in-home broadband and traditional wireline to underserved areas. In a fil Read More
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing and United Microelectronics are both increasing their wafer output in their Chinese plants to meet chip demand, sources say. TSMC's 8-inch wafer fabrication facility Read More
- Firstpost (India)
Sony has announced that it is releasing a wearable computer similar to Google Glass and it anticipates releasing the product commercially by March. Sony's SmartEyeglass will feature a single holograph Read More
- Wall Street Journal (tiered subscription model), The
BlackBerry will attempt to boost sales of its new Passport phone by charging $599 in the U.S., undercutting the price of rival handsets when it goes on sale Wednesday. CEO John Chen said the 4.5-inch Read More
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