News of Note—AT&T, Amazon Web Services, Intel and more

News of note

> CBS is eyeing another streaming product launch, this time turning its long-running program “Entertainment Tonight” into a VOD offering. FierceOnlineVideo story

> AT&T’s proposed $85 billion Time Warner merger has a long road ahead of it at the U.S. Justice Department, but at least the unions have lent the company their support. FierceBroadcasting story

> Intel is anticipating a world where soon self-driving cars will be a mainstream technology, so it is partnering with Warner Bros. to entertain people while their cars do all the work. FierceOnlineVideo story

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> AT&T, Verizon and CenturyLink business services revenue struggles continued in the third quarter, where these carriers saw softer results in a market that generates $90 billion in annual revenues. FierceTelecom story

> AT&T and Amazon Web Services took another big step into the world of the internet of things this morning with the announcement of an LTE-M-based button designed to enable users to order office supplies or submit service requests with a single click. FierceWireless story

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