Israel has banned imports of Apple’s hottest new product, the iPad, citing concerns of the strength of its wireless receivers and transmitters.
Spurred by subscriber growth in digital video, data, phone and business services, Charter’s preliminary results point toward a 4.5 percent increase in revenue year-over-year.
Cable industry professionals got down to the brass tacks last week on coming up with “green” initiatives for cable.
FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski laid to rest concerns over the agency’s plan to reclaim spectrum from broadcasters during a speech at NAB yesterday.
Phones and other mobile devices that receive Qualcomm’s Flo TV broadcasts will get new features later this year, including the ability to record shows off the air.
AT&T recently announced plans to deploy what it said was the industry’s first standards-based HD-SDI video transport and switching network.
Thousands of FairPoint customers lost their Internet service Tuesday after Central Maine Power equipment overheated and damaged FairPoint's high-speed data lines.
AT&T has hung up on the ad wars, dumping its ad campaign responding to rival Verizon's slams on its wireless phone coverage.
Live streaming video and video-on-demand streaming is coming to Apple’s iPad, thanks to Dilithium and its Dilithium Content Adapter (DCA).
Intel said Tuesday its net income in the first quarter nearly quadrupled over last year and reflected an overall bump in spending on technology by companies.
Glenn Britt received total compensation of $15.8 million last year, up more than 9 percent from 2008, mainly because of a bonus for renewing his employment contract.
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After conducting a national search for its next CEO, Charter Communications decided it already had the best man at the helm.
The next generation of WiMAX technology boasts peak rates of more than 300 Mbps.
Harmonic has completed compliance testing for its universal encoder and transcoder for the Microsoft Mediaroom IPTV platform.