Google is injecting SpaceX with a $1 billion investment, part of which will be used to fund the fledging satellite internet plans.
Deustche Telekom (DT) is denying a report from the New York Post that claims the company may not be interested in merging T-Mobile with Dish Network.
The companies say the new pact will smooth traffic interchange while also freeing up additional capacity and new interconnection locations.
Troy Griffin is now vice president of customer service strategy and operations for Comcast's beltway region while Espial has a new business group. Espial experience professional services will be headed . . .
The House passed the bill by a voice vote that did not require lawmakers to record their votes. The bill now goes to the Senate.
Marriott says it is the first hotel brand to allow guests direct access to Netflix.
AT&T’s U-Verse programming agreement for CBS, and cable channels including Showtime is set to expire on June 30.
In lieu of outlining its new TV strategy, Apple announced that the upcoming iOS 9 will gain a classic TV feature: picture-in-picture.
Broadcom announced a DOCSIS 3.1 cable set-top box reference design for cable operators and manufacturers. Separately the company unveiled a satellite set-top box device for satellite operators, and . . .
A U.S. hedge fund is challenging a takeover deal between Samsung companies designed to ensure control of the conglomerate passes to the grandson of its founder.
“As a public utility in these states, Verizon has a duty to maintain services for all customers."
Comcast Business announced its Ethernet services are available in Castle Rock, CO. The 10 Gbps connection is designed for businesses, hospitals, and other organizations that need more capacity . . .
Vodafone confirmed it is in talks with Liberty Global about potentially exchanging assets. Vodafone said it does not intend to combine all its assets with Liberty Global, and that the talks could . . .
Showtime's new OTT service will be available through Roku set-top boxes, Sony's Vue TV, Apple TV, and iOS devices beginning in June. The standalone service will be available for $11 a month. Showtime . . .
The U.S. cable company, a subsidiary of Cogeco Cable, said the MetroCast network passes about 70,000 homes.