AT&T adds 208,000 U-verse customers; Netflix Q4 prompts stock surge

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> AT&T added 208,000 U-verse customers in the fourth quarter, bringing its total subscriber base to 3.8 million and topping the 194,000 net adds rival Verizon reported for its FiOS TV service. Article

> Netflix's stock price surged nearly 18 percent in after-hours trading following fourth quarter results and a first quarter outlook Wednesday that beat the low expectations analysts had. Article

> Motorola Mobility experienced losses in the fourth quarter of 2011 while the company was in the midst of trying to finalize a $12.5 billion sale to Google. Article

> Bridge Technologies has appointed Olli Tuomela as Regional Manager for EMEA. Reporting to Sales Director Philip Burnham, Tuomela assumes overall responsibility for sales activities in the region, with resource and logistical support for Bridge Technologies business partner sales. Article

And finally... An Oregon judge has used his force to order a 45-day jail sentence and mental health evaluation for a would-be Jedi who attacked toy store customers with a pair of lightsabers. Article

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