It appears Sony is getting serious about competing with Apple in the handheld gadget market.
The much-anticipated iPad tablet computer from Apple Inc. will start hitting U.S. store shelves on April 3, slightly later than originally planned.
Qwest ups Internet speeds in Utah, N.M.
A federal appeals court has sided with TiVo in the second phase of its long-running patent lawsuit against Dish Network.
The argument between Cablevision and ABC Disney over the amount of retransmission fees the latter wants to pull out of the former is becoming a political issue.
Comcast acknowledged it is considering the use of TiVo’s new Premiere DVR technology.
The Society of Cable Telecommunications Engineers is honoring the cable industry’s Radio Frequency (RF) roots by creating the SCTE Amateur Radio Club.
Hulu's days as a free online video site could be ending soon.
Ciena reported revenue for the fiscal first quarter 2010 of $175.9 million, which compares with $167.4 million for the fiscal first quarter of 2009.
Convergys, a business services outsourcing provider, has agreed to sell its human resources business to a British outsourcing services company for $100 million.
Avail-TVN has teamed up with Cox Communications to add UFC On Demand into Cox’s VOD lineup.
A judge in a Delaware federal district court has put Apple and Nokia’s patent fight on hold.
Report: AT&T hikes DSL, U-verse prices . . . AT&T will close doors on 411 office in Chicago . . . Skype hires new CFO.
TiVo, apparently unfamiliar with the concept of hubris, last night announced two new DVRs, which it described as “one box to rule them all.”