Comcast's Freedom Region, which serves 2.1 million customers in greater Philadelphia, New Jersey and northern Delaware, has completed the launch of Xfinity Home across its entire footprint.
Time Warner Cable is close to rolling out streaming television to Android devices with the Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS) operating system.
Clearwire posted some rosy fourth-quarter numbers, but a spike in churn and a weaker-than-expected forecast indicate the company is not out of the weeds just yet.
Comcast has promoted Cathy Avgiris to executive vice president and general manager of the data and communications group, where she will lead the rollout of the joint bundle offerings with Verizon Wireless.
CTIA is happy that lawmakers have agreed to extend the payroll tax cut because it includes a provision to auction off airwaves and give its members access to precious spectrum.
NewNet's announcement that it has officially closed an acquisition of Nokia Siemens' WiMAX business (originally Motorola's WiMAX business) is a reminder that the technology might still afford a healthy business opportunity, although not perhaps as a strictly consumer-facing mobility solution.
Senator Chuck Grassley, a vocal critic of the FCC's handling of LightSquared, says he will continue to bar two FCC nominees from being confirmed despite the agency's decision to block LightSquared's network.
Invidi Technologies has invited Chuck Davis, best known as the former chairman and CEO of movie site Fandango, to serve on the company's advisory board.
After a 12-year career at Cox Communications, Randy Kinsey has joined Charter Communications as its vice president of IP engineering.
Comcast managed to accomplish what few had expected any cable company could accomplish in the competitive video era: It minimized subscriber defections to the point where customer loss was almost negligible.
Time Warner Cable has queued up live streaming on PCs and Macs via its TWC TV app.
Shaw Communications was the winning bidder on providing Snamprogetti Canada with communications services to the Sunrise Energy Project construction camp.
The FCC has hammered what could be the final nail in the coffin for LightSquared's LTE plans.
One of the country's largest wireless Internet service providers is upgrading more than 200 towers with new backhaul equipment as part of a large-scale network upgrade project.
A city councilman wants to forbid the Police Department from pulling the plug on all of that electronic communication during the G-8 and NATO summits in May, taking away a tactic employed by authorities during a crackdown on democratic protests in Egypt.
Google's $12.5 billion bid to buy cell phone maker Motorola Mobility has won approvals from U.S. and European antitrust regulators, moving Google a major step closer to completing the biggest deal in its 13-year history.
AT&T, Verizon and tw telecom held down the top three spots, respectively, in Vertical System Group's 2011 U.S. Business Ethernet Leaderboard, while Cox Communications ranked fourth overall.
More than 100 corporations, trade associations and public interest groups are worried that white space spectrum could become a casualty of the showdown between the House and Senate over the payroll tax cut extension bill.
Over at Alcatel-Lucent, they're feeling the love for Wi-Fi, which might not have been the case some years back. But times have changed.
IAC Chairman Barry Diller takes a seat on the board of Aereo, which has devised a new over-the-top scheme based on antenna farms and network DVRs.
A pair of reports attempted to shed light on the rumored early-March iPad 3 release, claiming Apple is planning to launch a smaller 8-inch iPad and will offer LTE-capable versions of its slate through Verizon Wireless and AT&T.
Time Warner Cable executive vice president and CTO Mike LaJoie will be the keynote speaker at the SCTE Canadian Summit 2012 in Toronto.
A collaboration with Health Evolution is designed to figure out how to transform the delivery of medical services.
Verizon Wireless is refusing to reverse redactions about its marketing side deal with cable operators forged in its $4 billion acquisition of their AWS spectrum.
More than 2 million Time Warner Cable subscribers lost TV access to the NBA's Knicks and the NHL's Rangers, Devils, Islanders and Sabres because of a fight over rate increases between the cable giant and MSG Network.