Michael Lloyd joins the cable TV sales division and Doug Smith the IPTV sales division.
Sony's lineup of sleek TVs boasting Google's Web-surfing system will go on sale Saturday.
Federal regulators want to stop cell phone "bill shock."
The sales tax in question wasn't applied to their cable competitors.
Apple's stock flirted with $300 Tuesday, with investors high on the iPad's promise.
Investors include Comcast Interactive Capital, Cisco and Time Warner Cable.
Hotels can serve up HD programming to their guests without investing in headend equipment.
The upgraded monitoring system will also support DOCSIS 3.0 and IPv6.
The Weinstein Co. is using the platform to provide its customers with an automated content management service.
Ray Dolan is a 25-year wireless industry veteran.
Customers can remotely program their DVRs, as well as access e-mail and customer service support.
Dual-core multiprocessors crank up the emulation capabilities.
He will help Aurora identify organic and inorganic growth opportunities.
Tammy Snook is the company's new vice president of communications.
Comcast is getting out of the house and into the streets with the expansion of its Xfinity WiFi service.