With the "Avatar" effect still in play, TV manufacturers, content providers and a gaggle of 3-D aficionados are continuing their efforts to resurrect 3-D. Here we go. Again.
It's going to take at least a year for the dust to settle on AT&T's $39 billion bid to buy T-Mobile, but the deal could impact Sprint Nextel, Clearwire, and Cox Communications if it goes through.
The company continues to work on its first major all-digital conversion project.
CED will not be covering the events of the CableLabs Winter Conference this year.
Videotron viewers have reached the Holy Grail of multi-screen viewing.
P2P video is coming on.
We're sure to hear more over the coming weeks about the impact of "cord cutters."
It's one of the more interesting end results of Comcast's now-successful NBC bid.
It’s driven by the cell phone market in general and smartphones in particular.
The NCTA invites more authors to go long.
Patrick Knorr, Sunflower Broadband's former COO, is testing the cable industry waters as a consultant.
Comcast's Watch with Xfinity browser extension cuts through online search clutter.
Cox Communications has deployed a premium technical support team for its data customers in Connecticut and Rhode Island.
The ultimate question: Who pays for Netflix streaming?