The three cable organizations work together to build a technology track at Cable Connection.
According to a recent survey, interactive TV applications are starting to migrate from being “cool features” to “must-haves.”
JDSU says it has completed its acquisition of Agilent’s network testing business.
The SCTE has announced the slate of candidates for the SCTE’s board of directors election 2010.
Shaw Communications is paying $700 million to buy the 65 percent stake of Canada's second-largest private television network.
Apple has sold 1 million of its new iPad tablet computers in the month after its launch.
Apple is shutting down Lala amid speculation it is creating a way for iTunes customers to listen to songs stored on distant computers.
DirecTV and Alcatel-Lucent announced the first U.S.-based installation of their respective technologies that were designed to serve multi-dwelling units.
Google is working on Android-based TV software that could lead to more Internet video becoming available on set-top boxes, TVs and other devices.
The company is moving into cellular backhaul and is expanding its reach with video for future growth.
CommScope posted a loss of $22.1 million in the first quarter, compared with a loss of $20.5 million in the same quarter a year ago.
There may be a limit to how many videos consumers want to view on the Internet, but we haven’t hit the peak just yet.
Adobe CEO Shantanu Narayen yesterday publicly denied many of the allegations made by Apple CEO Steve Jobs regarding Flash.
Smartphone shipments appear to be picking up steam as the economy mends.