Qualcomm says it will cut jobs, update its board and review its business structure as part of an effort to improve its performance.
AOL today announced the global expansion of the company’s suite of premium ad solutions into video with the introduction of five new linear premium video ad formats.
In addition to the sale, Cisco and Technicolor are creating a strategic partnership to develop video and broadband products and services.
Investors focus on Yahoo's net revenue because it reflects how much money the company keeps after paying its ad commissions, also known as "traffic acquisition costs."
Younger age groups represent the largest segments of mobile TV adopters.
Apple fell tanked over 7 percent in after-hours trading following release of the company's fiscal third-quarter earnings report.
ARRIS Group Inc introduced ARRIS Hosted Service Provider (SP) Wi-Fi, a hosted version of its managed Service Provider Wi-Fi solution for expanding Wi-Fi service offerings.
Wheeler says that if the conditions are met, AT&T will build fiber out to another 12.5 million customer locations.
Once the Commission votes, if it approves the deal, AT&T and DirecTV can move forward, having already gained the blessing of the U.S. Justice Department.
Revolt launched in 2013 as a cable channel on Comcast and Time Warner Cable.
Midcontinent currently offers 200 Mbps broadband, TV, phone and home automation to 300,000 customers.
Rovi’s interactive program guide for digital terminal adapters (DTA) will accommodate both the SD and HD signals for HITS’s MPEG-4 cable distribution platform.
Verizon has invested more than $3.5 billion on its fiber network in New York City.
FiOS revenue rose 10 percent year-over-year, reaching $3.4 billion.
Toshiba Corp. acknowledged a systematic cover-up, which began in 2008.