The FCC is recommending the federal government provide incentives to increase the adoption and effective use of broadband in a range of endeavors.
Verizon FiOS TV customers who have an HD set-top box and either a Motorola Droid or an HTC Imagio mobile phone can now use their phones as TV remote controls.
AT&T is opening three Innovation Centers to support its LTE deployment, just under a year after Verizon announced a similar effort to spur development of LTE technology.
Incognito Software has hired Patrick Kinnerk, who will oversee the product planning and execution of Broadband Command Center, Incognito’s device provisioning software.
This year’s Battle of the Bands fundraiser during the NCTA’s Cable Show will be headlined by a band comprising stars from TV shows called Band From TV.
Silicon Valley is looking like a winner in the tug-of-war with wireless carriers over who will control the new world of Internet-connected phones.
Smartphone users are more likely to experience dropped calls and poor voice quality, according to a new report from J.D. Power and Associates.
Motorola wraps BitBand buy . . . Craig Wireless, Moto deploy WiMAX in Vancouver.
Comcast Spotlight and Starcom MediaVest Group announced the results of a second market trial for addressable advertising, which was completed in Baltimore last year.
DVR-maker Sezmi has begun to take on the big boys, with a package of broadcast channels, on-demand content, Web videos and more than a dozen popular cable channels.
Denville School District recently switched from Verizon to Optimum Lightpath as its telecommunications provider in order to save money and offer more bandwidth.
Time Warner Cable has set up a program to pay academic researchers up to $20K each for new ideas in a wide range of topics.
Comcast announced that Scott Hansen has been hired as its vice president of commercial business services for its West Division.
DirecTV on Thursday reported a fourth-quarter loss after absorbing a hefty merger charge.
Premium cable TV channel HBO is offering online viewing of its movies and TV shows to its subscribers through a new Web site.