There's a form of extrasensory perception called psychometry, whose practitioners claim to learn things about objects by touching them.
The South Korean MSO implemented the capability with a software upgrade of its Arris CMTSs.
A Sioux Falls-based company that provides Internet services to hotels and other industries is searching for a new CEO.
Scott Weber will clock in at Charter Communications as the executive vice president of network operations, which makes him the fourth executive that has left Cablevision in favor of Charter.
Time Warner Cable has extended a partnership that fosters greater digital penetration to low-income families in New York City.
Verizon Wireless continues its effort to convince the FCC to approve its $3.9 billion purchase of AWS spectrum as the clock ticks down on the deal.
CenturyLink is working on franchise agreements in order to offer an IPTV service to communities near Colorado Springs, Colo., which are currently being served by Comcast.
Disney rolled out three more apps that enable pay-TV subscribers of Comcast to watch live TV on the go.
A new start-up is chucking the conventional approach to data plans in favor of plans that require users to share access to their Wi-Fi hotspots.
The Anga Cable Show in Cologne, Germany, increased its number of foreign attendees from 43 percent to 50 percent.
Given that NBC pays a premium to air the Olympics, it will allow only authenticated cable and satellite subscribers to view streamed coverage on NBCOlympics.com.
The online tool will enable small business customers to manage many aspects of their own services, including provisioning services and features.
The president signs an order to make it easier to build on federal lands and announces a program to encourage new uses of broadband networks.
A group of House Democrats are urging the FCC and Justice Department to closely scrutinize Verizon Wireless' purchase of a nationwide block of AWS spectrum from four cable operators.
Two leading independent proxy advisory firms have thrown their support behind the $1.5 billion merger agreement between WideOpenWest and Knology.