Attendees at next month’s SCTE Canadian Summit will get to vote for the most promising technology or product during the Summit’s first Innovation Showcase.
Sigma Systems has entered into a strategic partnership with professional services provider TMNG Global.
Windstream reported a 7 percent drop in fourth-quarter earnings as it continued to lose traditional phone customers and booked higher costs.
Microsoft and Yahoo have received clearance from regulators in Washington and Europe to proceed with a search partnership intended to challenge Google.
Enablence adds 10 GigE options . . . AT&T does a Backflip for Android.
Time Warner Cable’s DOCSIS 3.0 service has touched down in Cincinnati, marking the second deployment of the faster wideband tiers.
Comcast Interactive Capital was among the investors that raised $16 million in Series B funding for online advertising firm TidalTV.
Just about every video distributor that doesn’t own a sports network and can’t get the sports network owners to share access was just given a small gift from the FCC.
The SCTE recently announced that Suddenlink’s Jason Byrd and Charter’s Randy Dart were the first individuals to certify in its engineering professional program.
The squabble between DirecTV and the Dish Network over one of the latter’s advertising claims is set to dribble on.
YuMe just closed a $25 million round of funding, the proceeds of which YuMe will use to advance its Internet-based video advertising technology.
Motorola is keeping in lock step with American business culture by offering extravagant bonuses to its executives, even in the event of failure.
If you've got a car and a bicycle, do you need a motorcycle too? Wireless carriers are betting that you do.
Stumped by foreign languages when you're traveling? Google Inc. is working on software that translates text captured by a phone camera.