Sprint's stake in Clearwire has dropped past the 50 percent mark, allowing the operator to increase its voting rights without taking on Clearwire's default risk.
Cox Communications’ Paul Cronin got a call up to the big leagues with his recent promotion to senior vice president of customer experience.
The former FCC chairman takes a seat on the board of Assia, which has developed software tools for DSL network management.
That's the highest ever for the first quarter, up 15 percent from $7.3 billion in the same period last year.
Pegasus' former chief financial officer, Stephen Durland, has also been sentenced in connection with the scheme.
HTML5 is shaping up to be the point where cable companies, which have long prospered using standards common amongst themselves, begin to employ standards commonly used by the electronics industry at large.
Comcast now has Xfinity Home available in all of its California markets.
The company has not yet decided if it will appoint a new president of operations.
Dish Network Chairman and former CEO Charlie Ergen held a series of high-level meetings with FCC officials urging the agency to allow it to use 40 MHz of satellite spectrum for cellular services.
Rev2 announces the promotion of chief technology officer Robert Cruickshank III to chief executive officer.
T-Mobile USA is testing an HSPA+ network on its 1900 MHz PCS spectrum at San Francisco’s Moscone Center, where Apple will hold its World Wide Developer Conference (WWDC).
Facebook is beginning to roll out its App Center to its nearly 1 billion users so they can find games and other applications with social components more easily.
Comcast customers that use its Xfinity Home service can now control their systems remotely via selected Android devices with the company’s Xfinity Home app.
Sprint is no longer selling iDEN phones on its website and will phase the devices out of stores this month.