Charter leases more floor space in Stamford; Time Warner Cable sues IBEW union

More cable news from around the Web:

> Charter Communications is bulking up its Stamford, Conn. headquarters presence by signing an additional full-floor lease for 37,000 square feet.  Story.

> Time Warner Cable sought a court order to stop Local 3 of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers from taking part in future job actions while a labor dispute is pending. Story.

> SeaChange plans to show off multiscreen television capabilities during The Cable Show 2014, April 29  in Los Angeles. Press release.

> FourthWall Media has received a U.S. Patent for its "Method of Targeting Broadcast Messages Using Embedded Sets" that advertisers to target ads to a set-top box via the MAC address without downloading information to the box in advance. Press release.

> Cox Communications expanded its home security and automation services into its seventh market in three years, Las Vegas. Press release

Wireless News

> Intel reported overall first-quarter results that slightly beat analysts' expectation, but the company also laid bare its current financial weakness in the mobile market. Intel CEO Brian Krzanich and other executives said the company has a solid roadmap and path to profitability, but that it will take time to make money from chips it puts into smartphones, tablets and other mobile devices. Full article.

Telecom News

> Google Fiber's initial focus of its 1 Gbps fiber to the premises service has been on the residential market, but it looks like it is going to finally begin testing a new small business product in Kansas City. Full article.

And finally … Subscribers to Malaysia's four-year-old HyppTV IPTV service will soon get to see the RTL CBS Extreme HD channel. Story.

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