Midcontinent Communications is working with the North Dakota Department of Commerce on a $3 million project to extend a fiber-optic network.
The wireless industry comprises a much larger part of the U.S. economy than some policymakers may realize, according to the author of a new report on the impact of cellular technology.
The broadband market is experiencing major upheaval, and MSOs are at the center of the storm.
Home automation services have a long way to go before they reach the level of comfort portrayed in “The Jetsons,” but service providers are ramping up their efforts to provide their subscribers with home automation creature comforts that go beyond simple security cams.
Twitter just announced an astonishing patent policy that provides a fascinating correction to the way the patent system has been going astray.
Cable operators are by now very aware of the shifting landscape in content consumption and delivery technologies, as well as the potential changes this will drive in advertising on linear TV and IP-connected devices.
Sega Channel broke new ground in several ways: Not only did it suggest a networked future for the delivery of entertainment content, it forced cable companies to recognize the need to fine-tune their networks to accommodate new types of digital content.
Comcast is now bundling Verizon LTE in Denver and five more cities.
The operator bundles food and exercise videos to appeal to health-conscious viewers – and the advertisers that want to target that market.
Can the broadcast networks make a case that their content is premium content?
As the wireless industry gets ready to descend on New Orleans for the annual CTIA convention May 8-10, attendees will bear witness not only to the transformation the city went through, but also to the transition the trade show went through itself.
The manager of the hedge fund backing LightSquared may give up his board seat to help the struggling mobile broadband company avoid bankruptcy, according to news reports.
In the same way that you and I struggle to counter rising fuel and power costs with more efficient usage in our daily lives, so too do operators, programmers and vendors.
In this year’s Roundtable, our participants talk about how the ongoing evolution of the HFC network is nowhere near complete, with years of technological innovations yet to come that will support any number of new services and features.