Advertisers and ad agencies have long yearned for a system that standardizes ratings across both TV and Internet ads, and Nielsen has launched its cross-platform advertising measurement service with GroupM.
NetZero Wireless, a subsidiary of United Online, announced the launch of NetZero 4G Mobile Broadband in more than 80 cities.
The FCC's decision to stop it from launching its wireless network violated its constitutional rights, it said, vowing to find a way to move forward.
The penetration of fiber-optic services to businesses across the nation continued to increase last year.
Cognizant of its new size and expanded influence, Comcast intends to push for better management of energy consumption in both network infrastructure and in the home.
Sprint walked away from a multi-billion-dollar deal to host LightSquared's spectrum on its network and has returned $65 million in prepayments to the foundering company, whose wireless plans are on the rocks because of problems with GPS interference.
The app, built by Ensequence for ESPN, allows FiOS subs to fill out and follow brackets for the college hoops tourney.
Avaya announced that it has signed an agreement to acquire Radvision, a provider of videoconferencing and telepresence technologies over IP and wireless networks, for $230 million.
A significant minority of fans refuse to wait three days, and instead visit illegal sites to watch CW shows.
Canada’s attempts to encourage the expansion of access are unlikely to bear fruit quickly.
Google is reportedly facing multiple investigations from the Federal Trade Commission over its business practices.
The continued video-based evolution of Cisco took a major leap forward with the news that it will buy digital TV software and security vendor NDS for $5 billion.
Dish Network said that its Hopper whole-home DVR system, which it first introduced at CES earlier this year, is now available to its customers.
Verizon has agreed to license start-up Veveo’s technology for cloud-based search associated with its FiOS TV service.
Canada is opening its telecommunications market to foreign investors and capping the amount of spectrum that can be owned by operators as it works to inject more competition into its wireless market.