Qwest has unveiled a fast-speed Internet service that rivals cable operators' broadband speeds.
Cinergy MetroNet is among the first to deploy the solution.
Ericsson's net sales decreased by 8 percent in the second quarter, and operating income declined by 12 percent year-over-year.
Nokia lost market share and sales remained flat.
From gimlet-swilling adulterers on TV's "Mad Men" to seven-figure fines for deceptive ads.
Microsoft's net income surged in the most recent quarter, the latest sign that businesses are again spending on technology.
Cable companies are stealing the company's DSL customers at an increasing rate.
Motorola has filed a lawsuit accusing Huawei of alleged theft of trade secrets in cellular networking gear.
Citing confidential documents, the ACA says the proposed deal could lead to more widespread harms than originally expected.
The gathering in October will also cover 3-D, DOCSIS 3.0, home networking and other subjects.
Netflix's second-quarter performance got panned by investors for bringing in less revenue than expected.
Those efforts are bearing fruit with its new "Signature Home" bundle.
Comcast subscribers in South Florida now have access to the company's AnyRoom DVR offering.
Charter's two DOCSIS 3.0 tiers for commercial services are now available in Georgia.