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Cablevision has revealed more information about its lawsuit against Viacom, including claims the mass media company had threatened to hit the cable TV provider with massive fines if they refused to carry lesser-watched networks, various media outlets reported this week.
Cyberattacks targeting popular microblogging website Twitter have compromised the accounts of approximately 250,000 users, officials from the San Francisco-based company announced on Friday.
According to several new reports, YouTube may be preparing to take over TV by introducing pay-per-channel subscriptions for disgruntled television watchers.
According to a report, AT&T may be looking across the pond for new cash streams. Not content with their growth potential here in the States, AT&T may be looking for companies to either buy or merge with in highly competitive Europe.
After media reports claimed that Apple would be cutting its iPhone 5 orders in half due to lagging sales, analysts bit back, saying this is not the case.
A Wall Street Journal report states that Apple's iPhone 5 may not be performing as well as it was when it was unleashed, leaving the tech giant cutting orders by half.
The recent letter sent out by the Business Roundtable is to bring SMEs even further down, found the Wall Street Journal.
Earlier this week, senior members of China’s National People’s Congress began looking into a new bill that would require all Chinese Internet users to list their real name rather than pseudonyms.