Some reports speculated that Dish Network head Charlie Ergen could step in.
An independent investigation of Brian Dunn, the ex-CEO of Best Buy, confirmed that he violated company policy, but he didn’t misuse company funds or resources.
Microsoft hopes leveraging the data it gets from partner Facebook will allow it to craft a search engine that really does provide more relevant results.
The head of the FCC took a swipe at his critics during a keynote address, when he defended the agency's decision to block AT&T's merger with T-Mobile USA.
The company plans to take effective control of the satellite radio operation, despite having its original petition rebuffed by the FCC.
The investment would help 33 universities, community colleges and technical schools to enhance their networks with boosts of up to 1 Gbps.
Time Warner Cable announced that it awarded stipends to two scholars as part of its ongoing Research Program on Digital Communications effort.
NCTA President and CEO Michael Powell has signed on to speak at The Cable Center’s second-annual Academic and Cable Telecommunications (ACT) Forum.
Verizon Wireless announced a major text-to-911 push, making it the only top-tier operator in the country to offer the emergency service.
A federal court jury is having a difficult time reaching a verdict in a complex copyright infringement trial pitting Oracle against Google.
Comcast plans to appeal the decision forcing it to change channel assignments for Bloomberg TV.
Verizon Wireless sent the FCC a 14-page screed denouncing critics of its AWS purchase to "address a litany of erroneous claims" from T-Mobile USA and a number of other groups.
A bill to end subsidies for phone service in rural areas is faltering.
The FCC has tacked three weeks onto its review of Verizon's AWS spectrum purchase after the company and its partners failed to produce documents on time.
Motorola Mobility reported an operating loss of $86 million for the first quarter of 2012 – on $3.1 billion in revenues and a drop in total shipments of mobile devices.
Charter Communications President and CEO Tom Rutledge went with the tried and true with the recent hiring of John Bickham as the MSO’s new chief operating officer.
Verizon Wireless and its cable partners in the AWS spectrum sale are taking steps to make transaction documents more accessible after Sprint and a number of other companies complained to the FCC.
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.
Twitter just announced an astonishing patent policy that provides a fascinating correction to the way the patent system has been going astray.
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 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.
I have just finished reading “High Definition Television: The Creation, Development and Implementation of HDTV Technology” by Philip J. Cianci.
In light of recent legislation allowing the FCC to auction off TV broadcast spectrum, it might be instructive to review some ill-fated radio spectrum plays.
The current marketing effort between the two includes a $200 prepaid debit card for customers that choose to add Verizon Wireless’ service and upgrade at least one of their Time Warner Cable services.
Clearwire didn't always follow the usual big-cities-first approach when it rolled out its WiMAX network, but it let investors know it would take a different tactic with its TD-LTE deployment.