AT&T has launched the AT&T U-verse Mobile App for the App Store.
T-Mobile is accused of deceptively marketing some smartphone data plans as "unlimited."
Tektronix is set to acquire Arbor Networks, while Veraz Networks and Dialogic move forward with the merger.
The bill directs the FCC to move forward with its plans to auction off unused broadcast spectrum.
Samsung Electronics, Sharp, Toshiba, Hitachi Displays and LG are some of the defendants.
Mark Papermaster, the man behind the iPhone 4's antenna, has reportedly left the company.
Skype, controlled until last year by eBay, filed Monday for a U.S. initial public offering.
Mediacom's second-quarter revenues were 3.4 percent higher than the same quarter a year ago, but the company ended the quarter with a loss.
Verizon and Google are denying a story published by The New York Times.
The FCC is moving ahead with a proposal to remove regulatory barriers for the use of microwave spectrum for wireless backhaul.
Time Warner Cable CEO Glenn Britt championed the idea of offering channels a la carte.
Consumers are feeling more confident about spending on small luxuries such as premium cable services and PPV.
The Motorola Foundation has renewed its support of the Cable Center's Cable Mavericks Lecture Series.
Time Warner Cable was able to post higher second-quarter earnings this morning.
Despite increases in its triple-play subscribers, Cablevision saw its second-quarter profit drop.