Updated January 30 at 7:30pm
Telecommunications
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Selling pagers from a small store in Randolph, Mass., 21 years ago, Ray Leung couldn’t have imagined the iPhone 6. Back then, phones had yet to become smart and the introduction of new models had not become global events. more
Cox Communications is doubling the speeds on its most popular packages of Internet service. more
Media General announced Wednesday that it has entered into definitive agreements to sell several of its assets – including WJAR-TV NBC 10 – to meet the regulatory requirements of its merger with Providence-based LIN Media, the parent of WPRI-TV 12. more
Attorney General Peter F. Kilmartin said that a “cramming” settlement has been reached with AT&T Mobility, and that the state of Rhode Island will receive $220,000. more
President Barack Obama’s proposal for an open Internet would be a victory for Netflix Inc. and its binge-watching users and may be a bigger boon for a generation of startups working on tools to connect cars, thermostats and even offshore oil rigs to the Web. more
Four Rhode Island public schools received a total of $80,000 to improve student achievement in science, technology, engineering and math through the Verizon Innovate Learning Grants program. more
Telecommunications company Towerstream Corp. on Monday reported a second-quarter net loss of $6.4 million, or 10 cents per share, widening by 2.6 percent the net loss of $6.2 million, or 9 cents per share, recorded for the same period last year. more
Vice president of Cox Business Sales for the company’s Northeast region talks with Providence Business News about his new position and changes in the industry. more
James Bamford, an investigative journalist who is most known for reporting on U.S. intelligence agencies, will present the second talk in the University of Rhode Island’s 2014 Honors Colloquium on cybersecurity and privacy. more
NEW YORK - Wireless carriers led by AT&T Inc. and Verizon Communications Inc. are fighting to keep mobile broadband service excluded from strong open-Internet regulations backed by President Barack … more
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