News this week: Charter's fixed wireless plans, big changes in tech, risks in connected cars, Bluetooth popularity, and Verizon's purchase of Skyward.
We previously told you about the Christmas gift that New York’s highest state court had given to licensees that play “oldies” recordings by finding that the owners of those recordings had no right to demand payment when the recordings were publicly performed in New York. That ruling came in one of many lawsuits that Flo … Continue Reading
TGIF, here's a quick look at four contract other wins spanning disparate segments and technologies from this week:... [visit site to read more]
FHH has been following the FCC’s broadcast incentive auction, see the latest stories here and here. Now the auction moves to the next stage — where wireless participants will bid on specific spectrum blocks. This next step, which the Commission calls “assignment phase bidding” begins on March 6th. The 600 MHz band plan is designed … Continue Reading
Reports are emerging that Verizon's purchase of Yahoo won't be stopped by the hacking revelations from last year. However, the price tag will likely have a visible dent. In the fall, Yahoo revealed intrusions in which hundreds of millions of accounts may have been compromised in 2013 and 2014.... [visit site to read more]
The protection of critical assets is haphazard and cybercriminals are growing more confident and ambitious in their selection of targets.
Here's a set of quick-takes on some news from around the sector and the world lately:... [visit site to read more]
Comcast Business announced plans today to invest in a significant expansion of its Boston metro fiber reach. They will be spending some $25M on the buildout, which will extend the company's reach both for Ethernet connectivity and for its voice and video offerings to the business community.... [visit site to read more]
Xtera's trip through chapter 11 has ended in a deal. The private equity group H.I.G. Capital revealed today that it has acquired substantially all of the assets of the company, which specializes in the gear that makes submarine cables go.... [visit site to read more]