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.
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.
The National Cable & Telecommunications Association is seeking nominations for its Vanguard Awards, which are handed out at The Cable Show.
Sprint's hefty gamble on the iPhone may have contributed to a $684 million reduction in its operating income before depreciation and amortization, but that won't be a factor in determining executive pay.
Great Lakes Data Systems has been named an Approved Provider for billing, subscriber management and provisioning by the National Cable Television Cooperative.
Global manufacturer revenue from optical transport network (OTN) transport equipment and switching equipment will reach $10.6 billion by 2015, according to a new research report.
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.
Cox Communications has wrapped up the installation of five fuel cells in San Diego as part of parent company Cox Enterprises’ nationwide energy savings program.
In an effort to tidy up its affairs ahead of its $3 billion purchase by Time Warner Cable, Insight Communications reached a new franchise agreement with the city of Louisville, Ky.
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.