Netflix rules the roost when it comes to the overall number of streaming subscribers, but Vudu’s service came out ahead in a recent survey by Consumer Reports.
Samsung reported another record-high quarterly profit as customers flocked to Galaxy smartphones, helping it outdo rivals at a challenging time for the global tech industry.
Just when the FCC was ready to consider lifting the ban on encryption for cable’s basic tier, along came Boxee throwing a wrench into the works.
BendBroadband has bought Chambers Cable System, which serves 3,500 subscribers in Sunriver and Crossriver, Ore., as well as surrounding areas.
Sprint said it fell further into the red as the accelerated shutdown of its aging iDEN network pushed up expenses and caused customers to leave for other providers.
MetroPCS is confirming its plans to launch an LTE-based voice service in the third quarter after pushing out its debut earlier this year.
News Corp. is a member of an investment group that has injected a whopping $45 million into the streaming video company.
Telecoms equipment group Alcatel-Lucent is to cut 5,000 jobs in a multi-million-euro cost drive after it reported a second-quarter net loss of €254 million, or $308 million.
Gorton represented Washington State in the United States Senate for 18 years.
Cable industry veteran Michael Pohl has been named as BlackArrow’s new chairman of its board of directors.
TI Broadcast Solutions Group is a consultancy that helps design broadcast facilities for a range of clients.
SCTE Cable-Tec Expo 2012 hosts 10,000 attendees annually and provides the opportunity to discover and learn first-hand about the latest in cable telecommunications technology, products and services in one cost-effective setting.
Comcast Ventures was the lead investor in a Series C round of funding for WhoSay that totaled $12 million
Rogers Communications has joined forces with SAP AG to develop a platform of enterprise mobile applications that can be accessed by employees on their smartphones and tablets.
If $12.5 billion seemed to some Google shareholders like a lot of money to pay for a largely unprofitable handset maker, the Internet search giant is now providing some details about its rationale for the transaction.