Swisscom will begin offering iControl's broadband-based home monitoring and control systems to its customers in Switzerland.
Samsung Electronics said quarterly profit slid 23 percent as weaker demand for flat panels and computer chips offset booming smartphone shipments.
Redbox's DVD rental kiosks are attracting movie lovers fed up with Netflix's video subscription service.
Cablevision chief operating officer Tom Rutledge said the company is on track to complete a fiber ring in the former Bresnan Communications systems by year’s end.
To borrow a phrase from an infamous actor, Time Warner Cable’s high-speed Internet services were “winning” in the third quarter.
Clearwire may be losing Sprint as a wholesale WiMAX customer, but it appears that it has gained Sprint as a wholesale LTE customer.
During its third-quarter conference call this morning, Time Warner Cable CEO Glenn Britt said the company has deployed a cloud-based user guide in parts of Syracuse, Dallas and Los Angeles.
It’s a textbook example of how Comcast can deliver cloud-based services while also cutting the bottom line through virtualization.
Sprint Nextel managed to achieve its best total company wireless net subscriber additions in five years.
They’ve inked a cooperation agreement that will help them coordinate and promote their respective events.
MetroPCS has the least spectrum of the top five operators in the country, by a wide margin.
People still fear that cord-cutting may yet develop into a phenomenon, but the evidence is that it isn’t happening much.
The joint solution will help service providers jump in quickly.
Call centers and retailers both benefit from Amdocs' CM 8.1.
Netflix jolted its shareholders again with its third-quarter financial report.
It’s the same award her father, Don Tykeson, received 23 years ago.
The company will start offering access to movies and TV shows early next year.
Google is exploring the possibility of helping to finance a possible deal by others.
Interactive or advanced ads improved customer engagement and brand recall.
But that might not be enough to overcome the perception that the world's largest software maker is being outmaneuvered by nimble rivals.
Verizon’s Q3 was buoyed by postpaid subs and LTE devices.
Cisco is forking out $99 million in cash and retention-based incentives.
Killing LTE for Wi-Fi has an impact.
Overall profits slide; iPhone sales flat.