Verizon is writing down the value of its media business and take a charge over a voluntary separation program.
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T-Mobile is being scrappy and trying to lure unlocked iPhones to its network. Combined with the marketing of its network and unlimited data plans, T-Mobile likes the underdog role.
Sprint's network overhaul is accelerating and it's managing operating expenses well. Can it take share from AT&T and Verizon though?
AT&T is starting to see positive signs out of its business services just like Verizon. Look for both carriers to talk up the enterprise to show they're about more than smartphones.
Surely, Intel's virtual cable TV idea boils down to the usual line: Sell more chips.
Networking giant Cisco reported a better-than-expected fiscal second quarter, and said that its renewed focus is paying off.
Avaya said it plans to add consumer devices and operating systems later in 2012 for Flare Communicator. Android would be an obvious next step.
Nuance's move is notable as chatter about Apple delivering a TV connected with its Siri software heats up.
Comcast has fared well targeting companies with fewer than 20 employees and now is aiming for larger enterprises with 250 to 500 workers.
Nokia and T-Mobile aren't exactly the strongest tandem when it comes to invading the U.S., but the strategy and price for the Lumia 710 add up.