The MSO is offering bundles that combine wired and wireless access.
RCN announced the launch of TiVo Premiere to its subscribers in the Boston area.
Former Sprint executive Steve Rowley has been hired.
The FCC's proposal to trade in the USF for a new fund is gaining provisional backing.
Windstream will add more than 200 positions.
The MLB Network has been using HD video processing gear from Ericsson.
The WiMAX stalwart has made the news official.
Tyco says it will pay $12.75 per share in cash.
Harmonic passes 1M QAM milestone.
The class-action lawsuit has been finalized.
A shortage of 4G phones is a major problem, however.
AT&T is starting to play hardball with Cablevision subsidiary Rainbow Media.
EchoStar XV will expand the company's capacity for more HD channels.
The target audience for 3-D seems to be sports fans.
It's an effort to bring a movie theater-like experience into households.