Comcast rolls out XiD; USA Network app launches on Roku

More cable news from across the Web:

> Comcast has started rolling out the XiD, a new device for its X1 platform that can function as both a digital terminal adapter (DTA) and an IP client. Multichannel News story

> Dish Network has signed a deal with Sony Pictures Television to add Sony Movie Channel, Cine Sony Television and getTV to its programming grid. Dish press release

> FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler said the decision to possibly redefine MVPD classifications to include online video companies is on pause. Multichannel News story

> NBCUniversal has launched a Roku version of the USA Network TV Everywhere app. NBCU press release

Telecom News

> Windstream has begun its 1 Gbps FTTH trial in Lexington, Ky., marking the first step of its plans to launch the service in five markets during the first half of 2016. Article

> Comcast Business will provide the Sacramento Kings basketball team with a 100 Gigabit Ethernet (100 GbE), reflecting the latest ongoing string of sports segment wins for the cable MSO. Article

Wireless News

> Microsoft has delayed pushing a Windows 10 Mobile upgrade to some existing Windows Phone 8 and 8.1 users, according to a report from ZDNet. Microsoft had indicated that owners of Windows Phone 8 and 8.1 handsets would receive the upgrade sometime in December -- an exact date wasn't given -- but in a statement to ZDNet the company said the rollout won't begin to occur until "early next year." Article

And finally… A Tennessee programmer said Comcast inaccurately metered him as using 120 GB of residential data while he was on vacation. Ars Technica story

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