Microsoft unveiled two smartphones Monday that are meant for social networking-savvy teens and twenty-somethings.
The German maker of a new tablet PC is setting out to rival Apple's iPad with the promise of even more sophisticated technology.
Arris extends supply deal with NCTC . . . Bell TV partook of 3-D Masters . . . Grass Valley enables Dutch 3-D broadcast.
While fourth-quarter spending on infrastructure equipment by cable and IPTV operators was down overall, VOD server and edge QAM sales were still robust.
Juniper Networks is attempting to insinuate itself deeper into the mobile video delivery business with the acquisition of Ankeena Networks.
Microsoft will be showcasing several new products and initiatives at next week’s NAB Show, including its Silverlight platform streaming video to STBs and other devices.
The FCC and Verizon CEO Ivan Seidenberg are exchanging barbs over the agency’s plan to reclaim spectrum from broadcasters.
The FCC intends to move forward quickly with key recommendations in its national broadband plan.
Wireless Internet companies continue to advocate for using “white space” spectrum.
For the second year, Comcast and Fox Sports Detroit have joined forces to serve up Detroit Tigers baseball in on-demand.
A new report on information technology provided further evidence that an industry recovery is underway.
Online advertising revenue grew by 2.6 percent in the fourth quarter, the first year-over-year increase in more than 12 months.
Verizon announced that Comcast Network is now available to its FiOS subscribers in Comcast’s hometown of Philadelphia.
DirecTV and Panasonic are collaborating on a demo of 3-D video at NAB.