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

Wireline news from across the web:

@FierceTelecom RT @Khali Henderson: To succeed in cloud, managed service providers must know 3 critical success factors, says @cspcommunity. Article | Follow @FierceTelecom

> 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

Cable News

> 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

Suggested Articles

Google Cloud announced on Wednesday its Network Intelligence Center, which is an AI-based platform designed to reduce network complexities,

Mirantis announced on Wednesday that it had acquired Docker's Enterprise business and team for an undisclosed sum.

IP Infusion announced on Wednesday that its DANOS-Vyatta software, which is based on AT&T's DANOS software, was ready for customer evaluations.