The FCC has extended the deadline on the decision to approve or disapprove Comcast’s proposed acquisition of NBC Universal.
AT&T Mobility has reached a tentative agreement on a contract covering 11,200 union workers in the Southeast.
Apple has updated its online store with a ship date for the 3G version of the iPad, which can access the Internet using Wi-Fi or AT&T’s network.
Shentel picks up JetBroadband for $148M . . . Court sides with Cox over Verizon in VoIP patent lawsuit.
Comcast, Time Warner Cable and Cablevision subscribers will be able to roam for free across each other’s Wi-Fi hotspots in the New York City metropolitan area.
Verizon filed a complaint with the ITC that Cisco STBs violate several of its patents.
Blair Levin is leaving his post as the FCC’s advisor on its national broadband plan.
Cablevision has closed a public offering of $1.25 billion in senior notes.
TD-LTE promises to be more economical especially in emerging wireless markets.
WiMAX service provider Towerstream has closed the acquisition of Sparkplug Communications' Chicago and Nashville, Tenn., business assets.
Before it bought online video service YouTube, employees of Google believed YouTube's business was risky.
Coming off of a stellar first quarter, Google seems to have regained the momentum that it lost shortly after the U.S. recession started.
Clearfield bows fiber management solution.
Verizon is pushing its vendors to create more environmentally friendly products.
Canoe Ventures announced today that Gerard Broussard was hired for the newly created position of vice president of research and analytics.