(New information on the U.S. wireless carriers ratings and the OnLive Viewer application updated in today's Hot Trends article.)NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- "Wireless carriers" is a heavily searched topic today after a Consumer Reports survey showed that AT&T's ( T) customer satisfaction was rated the worst among U.S. wireless carriers. As the second largest wireless network in the U.S., AT&T received an overall score of 60 out of 100, six points below its score a year ago. It was ranked nine points lower than its nearest-ranked competitor, T-Mobile. U.S. Cellular ( USM) was rated the highest with a score of 82, followed by Verizon ( VZ) with 74 and Sprint ( S) with 72.
"OnLive" is a trending search topic today after the on demand gaming service introduced a mobile cloud gaming application called OnLive Viewer. The free app lets users watch live game sessions from around the world when connected to Wi-Fi or a 3G network. The app is compatible with Apple ( AAPL) and Android devices. In order to play games on OnLive, users must install its software on either a Mac or PC, or buy the company's $99 TV appliance. Then they can buy daily or monthly subscription passes to play any game in the OnLive library.
"3D TV" is a hot search topic today after Panasonic ( PC) struck an exclusive deal with News Corporation's ( NWSA) 20th Century Fox to release the Blu-ray disc of Avatar in 3D with its new 3D television sets.
"Nicor" is a heavily searched topic today following the news that AGL Resources ( AGL) will buy Nicor ( GAS) in a cash and stock deal with an enterprise value of $3.1 billion to create one of the largest U.S. natural gas distributors. >>AGL Resources to Buy Nicor Through the deal, Nicor shareholders will receive $21.20 in cash and 0.8382 of an AGL share, valuing Nicor shares at $53 each. Once the transaction is complete, AGL shareholders will own about 67% of the merged company. Nicor shareholders will own about 33%.
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