U-verse customers getting upgrade to 4 simultaneous HD streams; Google TV to arrive Sept. 29? Apple TV, too?;

> Global Gateway Media & Communications, Inc. today announced a content licensing agreement with Dynamic Media Network
> Verizon, Motorola team up on NFL, Super Bowl sweepstakes
> Sky Deutschland subscribers get sports app for Apple iPad
> Motorola rolls outs remote with keyboard
> U-verse customers getting upgrade to 4 simultaneous HD streams
> Calix ponies up $171 million to buy Occam Networks
> Sonic Solutions' OTT platform RoxioNow built into new SoCs from Renesas Electronics
> Report: Apple may launch newspaper, magazine subscriptions for iPad in next month or two
> Google TV to arrive Sept. 29? Apple TV, too? Oh, my!
> Conviva lands $15 million in Series C funding round
> New online video platform Dovie takes flight
> Sorenson Media rolls out Squeeze upgrade

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