Comcast bumps speed tiers in California; Sky bumps pay-TV prices in Europe

More cable news from across the Web:

> The Society of Cable Telecommunications Engineers (SCTE) and Germany's ANGA COM said they've signed a memorandum of understanding, linking their two big trade conferences. Press release

> SilverPush, an Indian maker of software that secretly tracks TV viewer habits, says it has no partnerships in the U.S. Engadget story

> Comcast has introduced 100 Mbps and 200 Mbps broadband speed tiers to customers in its California service areas. CED Magazine story

> European operator Sky is raising prices of its TV packages by an average of between £2 and £3 ($5.69 - $8.56) a month starting June 1. Guardian story

> Vizio has added Google Cast capabilities to its P-series 4K TVs. Multichannel News story

Telecom News

> Telus is investing $260 million to bring fiber thousands of homes and businesses in a mix of rural and urban communities in Quebec as part of a broader $1.53 billion program to improve network infrastructure and services across the province. Article

Wireless News

> Some investors and analysts have become increasingly concerned about T-Mobile's ability to maintain its free cash flow trajectory even as the carrier has aggressively built out its network footprint and grown its subscriber base. But skeptics may not be seeing the big picture, according to MoffettNathanson. Article

> A judge called off a much-anticipated courtroom showdown between Apple and the U.S. Department of Justice after the government said it may be able to unlock the iPhone in question without the company's help. Article

And finally… The NFL is further proliferating its brand, launching the documentary series All or Nothing on Amazon Prime Instant Video with a first season focused on the Arizona Cardinals' 2015 campaign. Variety story

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