Telus invests in Get Real Health; Over two-thirds of U.S. adults have broadband

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> Telus Ventures is making a significant investment in Get Real Health, a global patient engagement software company based in Rockville, Md. Release

> Global Capacity and NetScout talk about Internet connectivity during this year's ITEXPO trade show. Article

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> Comcast is quietly testing a new service with gaming giant Electronic Arts which allows subscribers with its new X1 product to play video games on their TVs while using Apple's iPad as a controller. Article

> After reporting its best quarterly earnings period ever, TiVo executives said they hope to see the company's DVR software deployed by two of the industry's biggest cable providers--Liberty Global and Charter Communications. Article

IPTV News

> Google's Chromecast device has caused ABI Research to upwardly revise its market forecast for smart set-tops and dongles, which, the research firm now says, will pass 18 million units in 2013. Article

Online Video News

> TV studios and networks need to embrace new technology like Netflix, "House of Cards" star Kevin Spacey told TV executives at the Edinburgh International Television Festival. Article

Wireless News

> T-Mobile US filed a lawsuit against AT&T Mobility's Aio Wireless prepaid brand, accusing the brand of stealing T-Mobile's magenta color, which it has trademarked, in an effort to confuse and steal away T-Mobile customers. Article

> The FCC has stopped its review of AT&T Mobility's proposed $780 million purchase of Atlantic Tele-Network's retail wireless business. Article

And finally ... Over two-thirds of U.S. adults have broadband, but 3 percent are still on dial-up. Article

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