Before it bought online video service YouTube, employees of Google believed YouTube's business was risky.
Coming off of a stellar first quarter, Google seems to have regained the momentum that it lost shortly after the U.S. recession started.
Clearfield bows fiber management solution.
Verizon is pushing its vendors to create more environmentally friendly products.
Canoe Ventures announced today that Gerard Broussard was hired for the newly created position of vice president of research and analytics.
The IEEE is mediating between two different standards groups that both address broadband on powerline.
Four bills affecting the wireless industry passed Congressional votes yesterday.
A complex telecommunications bill backed by AT&T has cleared the Georgia House and is now headed to Gov. Sonny Perdue for his signature.
The online course will focus on the ramifications the shift from IPv4 to IPv6 will have for cable operations.
With more companies migrating to cloud computing, Verizon Business said it has bulked up its on-demand global cloud computing features.
Verizon Wireless broke ground today on its new Technology Innovation Center in Waltham, Mass.
Canada’s Enablence Technologies, an FTTP equipment provider, is buying Israel-based Teledata Networks.
Israel has banned imports of Apple’s hottest new product, the iPad, citing concerns of the strength of its wireless receivers and transmitters.
Spurred by subscriber growth in digital video, data, phone and business services, Charter’s preliminary results point toward a 4.5 percent increase in revenue year-over-year.