The federal antitrust regulator is said to be delaying approval of the spectrum purchase because of concerns that side deals to cross-sell each other's products amount to a non-compete agreement.
Netflix is more popular among couch potatoes than investors after its polarizing decision to raise U.S. prices for video subscription services.
As a result of that trend, total smartphone penetration grew to 54.9 percent of U.S. mobile subscribers.
Personal computer sales sagged as shifting technology trends, upcoming product releases and a shaky economy dampened demand for the machines currently on the market.
The company dumps more real estate to raise cash as it transitions to a new generation of technology.
NBC launched two mobile apps that will let people watch Olympics events as they happen, look up athlete profiles and access other extra content on their iPads, iPhones and certain Android devices.
Canada's Supreme Court ruled that songwriters and music publishers are not entitled to royalties for song and video game downloads.
The new program is designed to help moving customers get their cable services in their new digs up and running ASAP.
The judge said the case probably would have been decided in favor of the broadcasters were it not for the case challenging Cablevision's RS-DVR system.
Viacom shut off access to full-length episodes on its own websites such as MTV.com and ComedyCentral.com to all visitors, even those who have no stake in the dispute.
The system, provided by start-up Roomlinx, enables customers to access hotel services through onscreen menus.
FreedomPop is adding Sprint's soon-to-be-launched LTE network to its free wireless service and reportedly plans to phase out its use of Clearwire's WiMAX network.
New Yorkers have been making fewer and fewer calls on the city's 12,000 pay phones, yet the kiosks will likely be getting heavier use soon.
West Virginia bought more than 1,000 expensive Internet routers from Cisco with federal stimulus funds.