The U.S. government received more than 800 applications for funding in the second round of the broadband stimulus program.
To the few Americans who own 3-D-capable television sets, every undulation of the greens at Augusta National will be visible during the Masters.
Apple's iPhone and iPad devices will soon be able to run more than one program at a time.
The iPad may promise a computing revolution, but Apple's new gadget is also a pile of glass, metal and electronic innards – $259.60 worth, or about half the retail price.
Mind reading may no longer be the domain of psychics and fortunetellers – now some computers can do it, too.
TWC is the fourth MSO to sign up with The Masters Golf Tournament.
Comcast’s latest DTAs based on the Trident chip support multiple security and encryption technologies.
The company aims to help its VOD customers deal with rapidly increasing usage of on-demand services.
Time Warner Cable Business Class will be one of the driving forces behind a consortium that will help spur small business growth through access to broadband.
The FCC appears split on whether it should reclassify broadband as a telecommunications service in order to get around the recent court decision.
Comcast has partnered with One Economy to teach youth in the Morgantown, W. Va., area about broadband technologies and how they can be used to serve the community.
The latest, greatest and coolest technologies will once again be front and center at the CableNET section of next month show’s Cable Show in Los Angeles.
Shares of TiVo rose Tuesday after an analyst raised his fair value on the stock based on anticipated future licensing revenue streams from Dish Network and others.
Media mogul John Malone has agreed to reduce his voting control of satellite TV operator DirecTV Inc. to 3 percent.