An analyst raised his price target on shares of communications equipment provider JDSU, sending the stock modestly higher to a 52-week peak Tuesday.
The FTC is readying itself for a possible fight over Google’s proposed acquisition of mobile advertising firm AdMob.
Blockbuster has reached new terms with Twentieth Century Fox and Sony Corp.'s movie studios.
In a legal victory for Comcast, an Appeals Court rules the FCC has no authority to dictate network management practices.
Cox will be dipping its toes into the TV Everywhere waters when it launches a Web-based service to PCs that features two channels in June.
Optimum Lightpath announced the availability of a low-latency optical transport service that was developed to meet the high bandwidth needs of customers.
Small ops are prohibited from rolling out broadband when utilities overcharge for pole attachment right, the organization reminds the FCC.
AT&T will invest $1 billion to upgrade its business network, services and products for large companies worldwide, as well as for small U.S. firms.
Brightcove received $12 million in funding late last month in order to build out its infrastructure that posts online videos for companies such as Virgin Media.
Motorola has realigned its four major businesses as it gets ready to split into two publicly traded companies by the first quarter of 2011.
The T&M company will develop application-layer test emulation for companies storing and serving Flash-based video.
Verizon CEO Ivan Seidenberg says the company has told Apple that it wants to carry the iPhone.
The leadership development program is geared toward training senior-level women in the cable telecommunications industry.
Samsung forecast a surge in first-quarter operating profit to near-record levels, heading into a year for which the company is predicting double-digit sales growth.