Rogers' board declares quarterly dividend . . . Skype chief development officer resigns.
Gary Traver is no longer holding the reins at the Comcast Media Center in Denver.
It's all thanks to Suddenlink's recently completed conversion to an all-digital lineup.
Windstream is banking on winning wireless backhaul business.
The two companies have combined their technologies for the service.
Boxee's customers will be able to access more high-quality, secure content than ever before.
The organization appeals for low pole attachment rates.
Customers can register to receive e-mail updates on a new HSPA+-capable smartphone.
BelAir Networks introduced a picocell (the BelAir100SP) that can be attached to any HFC network to provide wireless backhaul for just about any extant wireless communications device.
Registration is now open for its new online Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) Security course.
W.H. "Chip" Carstensen was named Block Communications' new president.
Hulu is testing the waters on a fall initial public offering.
FairPoint's secured creditors have asked CEO David Hauser to resign.
On the cusp of its wireless network launch, Videotron has brought Isabelle Dessureault back.
If you've never time-shifted a primetime television series, you're now in the minority.