Sprint is revamping Virgin Mobile and making it focus on inexpensive plans for young people who would rather text or send Facebook messages than talk.
Time Warner Cable and Cox have been asked to stop describing their hybrid fiber/coax networks as advanced fiber-optic networks.
Comcast will have WiMAX in more than a dozen new markets, TWC in three more, and Clear will be in two Bright House cities.
AT&T announced today that it has changed the name of its streaming Web portal to “ U-verse Online.”
Motorola has taken the wraps off of a new line of media servers that were designed to deliver multimedia content and services across TVs, PCs and mobile devices.
DirecTV and the Yes Network are planning to televise what they say will be the first Major League Baseball games in 3-D.
Numericable will use its installed Content Delivery System for the 3-D video service.
The pair can deliver ad-supported games to set-tops and other connected devices.
In Demand and itaas have developed “first-of-their-kind” interactive applications that were designed to promote cable’s transactional products.
Time Warner divisions HBO and TBS have joined the SCTE’s standards-setting program.
New chips support whole-home connectivity in cable modems, set-tops and gateways.
R will deploy Jungo’s gateway middleware, along with a number of other software applications.
CenturyTel, which is buying Qwest, reported sharply higher net income for the first quarter.
Qwest said its first-quarter earnings tumbled 82 percent due to one-time tax charges.