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HolidayBuyer's Guide
Tech Industry

Big plans for the small screen

Heavyweights from Google to Verizon are eyeing ways to make it big on TV. Also: An in-flight fright sight.

Heavyweights from Google to Verizon are eyeing ways to make it big on TV. Also: An in-flight fright sight.

GoogleTV is hiring

Google is beefing up its efforts in the television business, judging from a job posting on its site.
September 22, 2005

Verizon switches on TV service

Launch of paid TV service marks opening of bid to take on cable providers in video. But there's a long ways yet to go.
September 22, 2005

JetBlue chooses not to censor on-board TV

Airline leaves its satellite TV service running, even as video of the emergency landing of one of its flights plays over and over and over.
September 22, 2005

Verizon adds another big TV partner

Carrier signs a content deal with Walt Disney and its ABC, ESPN and Soapnet units, as it prepares to launch its Fios television service.
September 21, 2005

Flat-panel glut good for holiday shoppers

Oversupply in fourth quarter should total 6.2 percent, says research group iSuppli, raising its estimate from an earlier 4.2 percent
September 21, 2005

Outsourcing firm shutdown flusters TiVo

Warehouse closures in Tennessee and Nevada send some tech companies scrambling for alternate direct-shipping partners.
September 19, 2005