After striking a deal with Disney, the satellite television operator is reportedly negotiating for an Internet TV service to be released as soon as this summer.
Dish's ad-skipping feature becomes a negotiation tool with networks, Keurig fights knockoff cups with high-tech machines, and Logitech debuts its universal-remote keyboard.
analysis Dish Network's deal with Disney sacrifices AutoHop, but it does more than just keep ESPN and gain access to more mobile-video apps: It slings Dish into the lead for full-on Web TV.
The DVR that auto-skips broadcast ads has been deflecting networks' attacks in the courtroom, but Disney succeeds at the contract bargaining table instead -- by giving Dish landmark Internet content rights.
DVD rental chain Blockbuster is coming back, with new stores, its postal DVD service, and streaming options all on the cards.
The $21.6 billion deal was made complicated by a bidding war between SoftBank and Dish Network.
CEO John Legere tells CNET that over the long term he's intrigued by the different combinations.
Now that Dish Network is out of the picture, Clearwire shareholders have officially accepted Sprint's $5 a share offer to buy its remaining shares.
Dish says it's standing down, clearing a path for Sprint to acquire the small wireless company.
The satellite TV provider says it will redeem some of its loans since it no longer needs the funds for an acquisition.
Sprint has increased its bid for Clearwire to $5 a share in the hopes of forcing satellite TV provider Dish Network to drop out of the race.
Dish Network has ambitions to become a challenger in the home broadband market, but it needs valuable spectrum from Clearwire, Sprint, and LightSquared.
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