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Google is looking to vertically integrate in a major way: the search giant is reportedly in discussions with Sprint and T-Mobile US to launch its own wireless operator service. It has the potential to have much upside for mobile video.

Google Glass has signed up its last Glasshole. Google has halted sales of the wearable computing eyewear — but has said that it will use the technology to develop future products.

Over-the-top (OTT) TV streaming has become the Next Big Thing of late, with late-2014 announcements by HBO and CBS regarding standalone services making headlines in the cable world. But OTT could be a much more disruptive force than it has been to date.

It’s been a banner autumn for TV everywhere and, in the latest move, Fox Networks is expanding its TV everywhere proposition with a deal with DirecTV to offer its more than 20 million customers access to FOX NOW, FXNOW and Nat Geo TV apps.

DISH Network's retransmission consent woes in the US continue to drag on, but at least a battle with CBS has been put to rest.

With the FCC continuing to review Comcast’s proposed purchase of Time Warner Cable, but according to one Wall Street analyst, the company's balance sheet contains a fair amount of leverage, which will continue whether or not its acquisition of Time Warner is completed.