Bowing to the inevitable, AT&T makes it easier for customers to cut the cord.
IPTV is starting to emerge from its chrysalis and spread its wings in several emerging markets, but it still has a long way to go, according to research from Informa Telecoms & Media.
Motorola’s new WiMAX modem supports data and voice both through a single port.
Search engine shuffle: Google stops censoring Web for China, leaving Beijing to do it itself.
Google Inc.'s partial withdrawal from China brought condemnation and signs of pressure from the government Tuesday.
Nintendo said Tuesday it would begin selling a 3-D version of its popular handheld console within a year.
The sweeping national broadband plan that federal regulators delivered to Congress last week doesn't go far enough to satisfy some experts.
Comcast Hometown Network will televise games from the California League.
Aurora Networks said the Agricultural Reclamation Headquarter (ARH) of HeiLongJiang has become a customer.
Cablevision may add ABC Disney’s ESPNU later this week. . . Concurrent doubles down in China. . . Polish MSO goes with Sigma for fulfillment systems.
AT&T has rolled out its U-verse video service in southwest Missouri where it will go head-to-head with Mediacom Communications and satellite video providers.
Hillcrest Labs announced today that it has launched a new Web browser for viewing Internet videos on TVs.
Comcast Corp. spent $3.5 million in the fourth quarter lobbying Congress on its pending acquisition of a controlling stake in NBC Universal and other issues.
ADB announced today that it had integrated monitoring software from Mariner onto its latest IPTV set-top boxes.