Samsung Electronics today reported strong second-quarter earnings.
Microsoft will compete with Apple's iPad, but it isn't saying when.
Australia's government expanded its ambitious plan to bring broadband to much of the vast country.
DirecTV running to feds to complain about Comcast . . . ACA names 2 more to board . . . Sencore sets up shop in Denver area.
With the appointment of Craig Jacobson to its board, Charter expects its Class A stock to return to the Nasdaq stock market over the coming weeks.
Verizon's TV Everywhere-type service with Turner Broadcasting System has gone live.
Best Buy plans to offer house-brand 4G mobile broadband services through a white label deal with Clearwire.
Motorola saw its second-quarter profit rise six-fold on strong results.
New network architectures might fuel future growth.
The company had a layoff and will reduce capital spending to get back in the black.
Dan Wright has left his position as vice president of operations for TWC in its Kansas City region.
Video transcoder specialist Elemental Technologies has raised $7.5 million in venture capital.
Hulu now comes as a subscription-based application for iPhones and iPads.
Panasonic returned to profit in its latest quarter and raised full-year forecasts.
Sony bounced back to profit last quarter and raised its full-year earnings forecast.