Netflix inks deal for Marvel comic series; AT&T expands Digital Life service

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> NeuLion reported revenue of $10 million in third quarter 2013, compared to $9.3 million in the previous year's quarter. Release

> Time Warner Cable plans to develop a $7.3 million Business Services Center in Syracuse, N.Y. Release

> Stefan Kastenmüller has been named general manager, Germany, Switzerland and Austria, for WWE. Release

> Disney and Netflix announced a deal for four 13-episode series featuring Marvel Comics heroes Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Iron Fist and Luke Cage that will air on the video-streaming service over multiple years. Article

> AT&T launched its Digital Life home automation service in four more markets including Colorado Springs, Colo.; Memphis, Tenn.; Mobile, Ala.; and Pensacola, Fla. Release

Telecom Industry News

> Metro Ethernet was a key source of data services growth in third quarter for Consolidated Communications. Article

> Cisco has acquired the remaining stake of Insieme, a so-called spin-in company they created last year, for an estimated $683 million. Article

Wireless Industry News

> Ulf Ewaldsson, Ericsson's senior vice president and CTO, talked with FierceWirelessTech about 5G, the coming launch of VoLTE and the company's "network for a networked society" vision. Interview

> Qualcomm warned that its growth rate would slow next year due to increases in the sale of less expensive phones, among other reasons. Article

And finally… Hear what Bill Gates and Bill Clinton have to say about technology. Video

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