Netflix's movie subscription service attracted 1.7 million more customers during the first quarter to fuel a torrid growth streak that has turned the company into a stock market star.
Incognito adds auto configuration server to provisioning software . . . A-L exceeds 100 Gbps in LTE test.
Those little phone wires may have a long-term broadband future after all.
Dogged marketing is helping the company gradually increase U-verse TV market share.
Former Cox CTO Chris Bowick, who retired from Cox last year, has joined ViXS Systems' board of directors.
Juniper Networks posted a $163 million profit and a 19 percent year-over-year revenue increase in preliminary first-quarter results.
Imagine has completed a $10 million round of expansion financing, bringing total venture capital investment in the company to more than $34 million.
Widevine has rolled out the latest version of its video optimization and DRM platform, which both Netflix and Blockbuster are using.
Verizon announced today that it has expanded its Partner Port Program in order to grant content owners and aggregators worldwide access to its global IP network.
The paparazzi may have moved on to Apple's sexy new iPad, but the iPhone is still Wall Street's darling.
HomePlug is set to become a global standard with the commencement of a formal ratification process through the IEEE.
Comcast will be featuring seven films from the 2010 Tribeca Film Festival in on-demand mode one day before any of the films are shown at the festival.
On the heels of Dish Network announcing it has 200 HD channels, today DirecTV countered by saying it has 160.
The forecast: cloudy with a chance of cheaper managed IP services.