The Society of Cable Telecommunications Engineers names 10 new members.
Sprint has confirmed that Kevin Packingham is leaving the company.
The company notes that DOCSIS 3.0 deployments are accelerating worldwide.
Blockbuster has been trying to avoid filing for bankruptcy protection.
Oracle has filed suit against Google over its use of Java technology in the Android OS.
Cox is set to promote and support the use of the retail box in all its markets.
Sprint announced its second 4G-capable smartphone, the Samsung Epic 4G, which will be available beginning Tuesday, Aug. 31.
Cisco's profits climbed 80 percent in its fourth quarter but its sales missed analysts' estimates.
ClearAccess applies the gateway and home network management standard to products based on Broadcom's DOCSIS chips.
ICSA Labs can evaluate a router's resistance to attackers looking to grab personal data.
DirecTV has signed up Google to sell commercial time on some of the channels it carries.
Viewers would get charged premiums for 30- and 60-day windows for films through VOD.
Innovations will be discussed in closed meetings.
The adoption of high-speed Internet service in homes has slowed to a crawl this year.