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  • Dish aims to launch Web TV service by year's end

    Dish says it plans to launch its Internet-delivered TV service by year's end on mobile devices, game consoles and smart TVs for about $20 to $30 a month. It will contain live sports, entertainment and children's programming.


  • Dish to refund $2M to Washington state customers

    Dish Network Corp. will reimburse Washington state customers about $2 million for a surcharge officials called deceptive, but the satellite TV provider denied wrongdoing in the agreement announced Tuesday by the state attorney general's office.


  • This undated photo provided  by Dish shows a frame grab from the company's commercial where a Kanagroo watches NCAA basketball action on a tablet. Dish Network Corp. started running new ads Tuesday March, 19, 2014, that tout how well its Hopper digital video recorder can help customers sneak in some game-watching at work, by streaming to a tablet. (AP Photo/Dish)

    Mobile devices add allure to March Madness at work

    Every year, the NCAA college basketball tournament gives employees a reason to goof off at their desks and root for their alma maters.


  • FILE - In this Nov. 10, 2008 file photo, Dish Network Corp. satellite dishes are attached to a home in Buffalo, N.Y.  Dish Network and Disney have reached a landmark deal Tuesday, March 4, 2014,  that envisions the day when Dish will offer a Netflix-like TV service to people who'd rather stream TV over the Internet than put a satellite receiver on their roof.  (AP Photo/David Duprey, file)

    Dish, Disney deal envisions Internet-delivered TV

    With a string of recent deals, cable and satellite providers are beginning to acknowledge a brutal truth that companies like Hulu and Netflix have known all along: Many TV viewers, especially young ones, want shows and movies on their own terms - wherever, whenever and on whatever devices they choose.


  • "We have made some technical fixes and clarifying edits to the legislative language, but that's it. This is a routine step."

    Sprint deal with Japanese company raises security issues

    Another Dubai Ports-type controversy over the foreign takeover of a sensitive U.S. corporate asset may be steaming into port.


  • Clearwire to tap into $80M financing from Sprint

    Wireless network operator Clearwire said Wednesday that it will tap into $80 million in financing from Sprint, putting a hurdle in the way of a possible sale to Dish.


  • CES gadget show host drops CNET as awards picker

    The industry group that hosts the annual gadget show known as International CES is dropping reviews website CNET as the picker of its "Best of CES" awards. It says CNET reviewers' objectivity was compromised by the site's corporate parent, CBS Corp.


  • CNET reporter quits over CBS interference

    Technology reviews by website CNET have long been respected for their thoroughness and integrity, but that reputation has come under scrutiny after a top reporter quit over what he says is editorial interference by its parent company, CBS Corp.


  • Dish Network makes $5.15B bid for Clearwire

    Satellite TV provider Dish Network is offering to buy wireless network operator Clearwire _ which agreed to sell itself to Sprint in December _ for $3.30 per share, or $5.15 billion.


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