Netflix has regained almost as many customers as it lost following an unpopular price increase, signaling that the video subscription service is healing from its self-inflicted wounds.
Toa Technologies has hired software industry veteran John Opdycke as vice president of worldwide marketing.
Israel is often referred to as "Start-up Nation," thanks to its long history of high-tech breakthroughs produced by scrappy little companies. But in one critical area, the speed of Internet connections, Israel has fallen behind other tech-savvy countries.
When you tap the screen, Viggle's software for iPhones and iPads listens to what's on, recognizes what you're watching and gives you credit at roughly two points per minute. It even works for shows you've saved on a DVR.
If there's any doubt that the cable industry is serious about energy management, it should be dispelled when the SCTE opens the doors on its SEMI (Smart Energy Management Initiative) Forum in Philadelphia.
LM Ericsson shocked the market by posting much-worse-than-expected fourth-quarter results, mainly blaming operators for turning cautious due to the global financial turmoil.
Comcast Cable announced that Amy Lynch is the company's new area vice president for Comcast California's Southwest Bay Area, which marked the first time a woman was picked to oversee the territory that includes Silicon Valley and the San Francisco peninsula.
Concurrent recently racked up a customer win with Vectra, which is Poland's second-largest cable operator.
Avail-TVN is provisioning a full range of video-on-demand services, including high-definition, standard-definition and 3-D streams, for Bermuda CableVision.
Independent cable rep firm Viamedia announced that it has hired Brad Henderson as director of national sales.
The articles in the Oklahoman and the Kansas City Business Journal seem fairly innocuous: As a cost-cutting measure, Sprint plans to rely more on roaming for rural areas in the two states.
Skyfire Labs, a mobile video optimization company, has raised $8 million in Series C financing, and even though Verizon Investments participated in the round, the company views that as a plus, not a minus, when it comes to getting business with other Tier 1 carriers in North America.
Shares of Apple soared to a record $457 in after-market trading as the company blew past expectations for its fiscal year 2012 first quarter.
Verizon's iPhone sales were strong, while on the wireline side, the company added 201,000 FiOS broadband and 194,000 FiOS video accounts.
Dish Network pitched a revised plan for its yet-unapproved mobile broadband network to FCC officials, according to ex parte documents posted to the agency's website.
BendBroadband has appointed Wade Holmes as its new vice president of technology after Holmes served in that role on an interim basis.
Clearwire released preliminary fourth-quarter results indicating that attempts to reinvigorate its business showed some results last quarter.
Amino Communications has selected Celeno Communications' Wi-Fi solutions for use in its IPTV set-top boxes.
Optimum Lightpath has introduced a bundle of Web conferencing services targeted to mid-market businesses.
BBC Worldwide picked the Comcast Media Center to pitch the programming from Spanish-language channel CBeebies from the CMC's video-on-demand content distribution platform.
AT&T has officially submitted to the FCC a request for approval to transfer $1 billion worth of spectrum to T-Mobile USA.
The legal battle stretches back to 2003, when EchoStar filed a $2 billion claim against NDS alleging that NDS was responsible for compromising EchoStar's content security system.
According to The News Herald, the city of Springfield would make about $3.1 million in infrastructure upgrades before transferring its cable system over to Knology.
The Society of Cable Telecommunications Engineers and Tuck Executive Education at Dartmouth program will include several events designed to increase the representation of women in cable engineering.
Clearwire stepped up its efforts to get more wholesale customers as it braces for the loss of its largest customer, Sprint, which is phasing out devices that use Clearwire's WiMAX network in favor of its own LTE service.