Comcast to roll out 2 Gbps in Chicago this month; St. Louis subscriber sues Charter over pay-per-view outage

More cable news from across the Web:

> Roku-enabled smart TVs are now available from Sharp Electronics. Story

> Comcast has added Chicago to its 2 Gbps roster and is rolling out service to 2.4 million residential customers starting later in May. Release

> Microsoft will add DVR functions to Xbox One this year, unnamed sources say, after the company killed off Windows Media Center. Story

> A St. Louis resident is suing Charter Communications for failure to provide television service after a cable outage prevented her from watching the $100 pay-per-view Mayweather-Pacquaio match. Story

> Comcast's Xfinity announced it is the lead sponsor of Taylor Swift's upcoming U.S. tour. Blog post

And finally … The Mindy Project has been cancelled by Fox, but the series may get a new life on Hulu. Story

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