A federal judge is allowing Sprint and C Spire Wireless' lawsuits against AT&T's merger with T-Mobile USA to proceed on the grounds that they could have an anticompetitive effect on the market for wireless devices.
Clearwire managed to add a record number of subscribers in the third quarter and reported a decent quarter overall, but its financing requirements are keeping investors from getting too excited.
The company has promoted Peter Kiriacoulacos to executive vice president of procurement for Comcast Cable, an operation he had been leading as a senior vice president.
Phone company CenturyLink reported lower third-quarter net income Wednesday as operating expenses related to its April acquisition of larger phone company Qwest overshadowed increased revenue.
Qualcomm posted record increases in sales and profits for its fiscal fourth quarter Wednesday on surging growth in the global smartphone market.
Comcast is still mulling the fine print of its Xcalibur service, including price point and whether it will be a premium-only offering, but the IP- and cloud-based service is headed to a major market next year.
While the OTT threat seems to be waning, satellite and IPTV video service providers are gaining ground on cable operators' share of the video pie, according to a recent report.
Clearwire needed a savior, and it appears that savior has come. The company will provide wholesale WiMAX services for UnitedOnline's NetZero brand beginning next year.
The Cable Center announced the 2012 class of inductees for The Cable Hall of Fame. The honorees were chosen based on their achievements and contributions to the cable industry.
While most everyone else is talking about bandwidth caps, Frontier Communications has an interesting solution for its customers: Add another, separate DSL line.
Sony reported a 27 billion yen ($346 million) loss for the latest quarter and downgraded its annual earnings forecast to stay in the red for the fourth year straight.
The acquisition comes as Yahoo itself is the subject of takeover speculation. The company has been struggling to grow its revenue, even as rivals such as Google and Facebook – and overall Internet advertising – are doing just that.
Rather than keeping over-the-top streaming videos from the likes of Netflix, Hulu and Amazon at arm's length, Charter is embracing them.
On the day their extended retransmission contract ran out, Fox Networks and DirecTV reached an agreement.
Pai and Rosenworcel will replace outgoing commissioners Meredith Atwell Baker and Michael Copps.
Clearwire has stopped offering postpaid plans to new customers and will no longer sell dual-mode WiMAX/3G devices that use Sprint's CDMA network.
MetroPCS is forging ahead with its LTE plans after a third quarter that saw fewer customers signing up for the operator's prepaid service.
YouTube is making a bold step into original programming in an entertainment venture with some 100 content creators.
As Netflix struggles, Amazon's streaming service has inked brand new deals with major studios to bring more content to its Kindle Fire tablets.
Clearwire co-founder and former CEO Ben Wolff has quit his post on the company's board of directors, ending his seven-year stint at the WiMAX operator.
Virgin Media has consolidated 20 different equipment inventories onto a single inventory control system provided by Convergys.
Panasonic stayed in the red in the latest quarter and projected a huge annual loss due to slumping TV sales and a strong yen.
But Cablevision’s revenues did get a boost from the inclusion of the former Bresnan Communications customers.
DirecTV is accusing Fox of creating misleading advertising as the two renegotiate their retransmission contract.