The U.S. Justice Department has granted early termination of the antitrust waiting period for the proposed merger of Nokia and Alcatel-Lucent...
Years of fundamental cybersecurity lapses left the government's personnel agency wide open to a pair of hacks that have exposed the private information about nearly every federal employee...
If, as a result of the ruling, we are to begin classifying the Internet as a utility service – which, we argue, is not quite fully the case yet – there are significant implications up and down the value chain.
The three parties have agreed to work together over the next 18 months to cooperatively engage in technical, field, and consumer testing.
The German publication reports Comcast’s early edge relates to the U.S. cable company’s financial strength...
Phillo has secured $10 million in series B funding. The company will apply the monies to product development, and to the relocation of its headquarters to San Francisco. The series A investment round was . . .
After months of flirting, Dish Network and T-Mobile are finally starting to look like an item.
And yet some have questioned whether Verizon might be interested in acquiring Dish for its massive cache of spectrum.
Frontier Communications will put more than $283 million in Connect America Fund (CAF) support to expand broadband coverage to 1.3 million people.
At the onset, Playstation 3 and 4 owners will be able to sign up for Showtime, Fox Soccer Plus and Machinima...
Sckipio has a new line of G.fast reference designs that support G.fast CPE modems inside SFP pluggable form-factor. The Netherlands-based company also has a new CPE bridge reference design with reverse . . .
AT&T announced Monday that U-verse with GigaPower is now available to residents and businesses in parts of Charlotte. Through the service customers have access to standalone internet packages . . .
HBO Nordic never broke its own ice. Nobody pays upfront for an addiction. This is why you can get a month of HBO Now for free. And it’s going to work. Just ask Netflix.
The reactions to the FCC’s net neutrality ruling to reclassify the Internet as a telecommunications service were swift.
Comcast's Gigabit Pro will be available in select Indiana markets within the next month. Cities that will have access to the service include Anderson, Bloomington, Columbus, Fort Wayne, Indianapolis . . .