The company expects orders for three-screen gear will lift it in the second half of the year.
Microsoft appears to be taking sides with the Taiwanese cell phone maker HTC in its legal tussle with Apple over intellectual property.
Verizon FiOS customers will be able to surf YouTube videos from the comfort of their couches and view the clips on their TVs.
TiVo customers can use the 802.11n adapter for home networking.
Canoe Ventures said Dana Runnels was promoted to vice president of marketing and communications.
Shaw Communications said it needs to hire wireless professionals for its engineering and IT departments in order to build its own wireless network.
SeaChange has parted with its ownership stake in privately held Casa Systems.
Cisco is trying to clear the air. Actually, it’s offering new access points with CleanAir technology.
Additions to the BrightPath FTTx product line will open new applications and new markets.
The company expects broadcasters will be able to use its new product to provide live streaming using multiple bonded cellular channels.
Google has scrapped its plan to sell a Nexus One phone that works on Verizon Wireless' network, the most widely used in the U.S.
Advanced Media Technologies has added cable veteran Dave Swan to its Cable TV Division in sales.
The new system makes the two look like a monolithic national ad market. Sound familiar?
Cox recently launched its DOCSIS 3.0-enabled “Ultimate Internet” tier in Sierra Vista, Ariz.
Latens announced today that a company in Norway was using its technology to provision a remote DVR service.