Verizon FiOS adds on-the-go capabilities for TWC; BT Vision to rebrand service

Quick news from around the Web:

> Verizon FiOS has added on-the-go capabilities for Time Warner Cable SportsNet and Time Warner Cable Deportes for Los Angeles Lakers, LA Galaxy and Los Angeles Sparks games. Press release

> BT Vision will begin to rebrand its service as it moves closer to the launch of its three-channel BT Sport package, set to be released on August 1. Article

> DIY Network will launch its fourth annual "Crash Week," a marathon featuring House CrashersYard CrashersBath Crashers and Kitchen Crashers, on July 8. Press release

> The Consumer Electronics Association will this year expand its International CES Unveiled event series to include pre-event stops in Paris and Tel Aviv. Press release

> Dish announced at the S3 Second Screen Summit in New York that it will open its second-screen API to "trusted third-party partners." Article

Telecom News

> Verizon's new Voice Link service may have a continuing fight on its hands as it tries to expand beyond Fire Island, N.Y., and Mantoloking, N.J. Read more

Wireless News

> The FCC voted to require wireless carriers to protect and safeguard subscribers' information that sits on their smartphones and other mobile devices. Read more

And finally... Sky Sports will offer the first day of this year's Premier League season free on August 17. Article

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