Google's Internet search engine receives more complaints about websites believed to be infringing on Microsoft's copyrights than it does about material produced by entertainment companies pushing for tougher online piracy laws.
A federal jury ruled that Google did not infringe on Oracle's patents when the Internet search leader developed its popular Android software for mobile devices.
Dish Network is letting consumers zap away broadcast TV commercials at the touch of a button with its Auto Hop feature on its new DVRs.
In stark contrast to the dark days of former Federal Communications Commission chairman Kevin Martin’s reign, current FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski lavished praise on the cable industry for its innovative efforts.
Verizon Wireless is taking steps to move forward with the sale of some of its valuable 700 MHz assets, a plan it said it will only follow through on if the FCC approves its AWS acquisition.
Google has appointed Dennis Woodside as CEO of Motorola Mobility, wasting no time taking over control of the company.
T-Mobile USA and MetroPCS are lobbying the FCC to limit Dish Network's use of the spectrum it plans to use for an LTE network.
China’s go-ahead was all that was needed for the deal to move forward after antitrust agencies in the United States and Europe issued their statements of approval.
The government never mentions the cable anymore, and Internet here remains the slowest in the hemisphere.
Suddenlink Communications Chairman and CEO Jerry Kent will be honored with the NCTA’s Vanguard Award for Distinguished Leadership during a luncheon and awards ceremony.
Verizon Wireless is again going on offense against critics of the AWS deal, this time targeting MetroPCS.
An FCC proposal to allocate spectrum for wireless health monitoring devices could lead to the development of products that may lower healthcare costs and improve outcomes for patients.
The MSO suspends its 250-GB-a-month usage allocation for all, effective immediately. On the way is a 300 GB allowance, plus the option to buy additional bandwidth.
Sprint plans to wait until it finishes upgrading its network before seriously considering merging with another company, but it is not altogether dismissing the possibility of a near-term deal.
After it killed it, the House resurrected a bill that would ban taxing Internet access in New Hampshire.
AT&T is buying eight 700 MHz lower B-block licenses off of Cox in areas of Arkansas, Florida, Louisiana, Oklahoma and Virginia.
Based on Entone’s FusionTV platform, Unity TV will unite Web-based content with free-to-air channels using a scheme designed to avoid retrans agreements.
After previous deployments by Comcast and Time Warner Cable, Cox Communications is on the scoreboard now that it has rolled out its cross-promotional effort with Verizon Wireless in Oklahoma.
The legal distinction would give companies like Hulu and Netflix rights to programming they have not earned, the ACA argues.
Sprint, T-Mobile USA and a number of other groups have come together to put added pressure on the FCC as it reviews Verizon Wireless' purchase.
Boeing Satellite Systems is its biggest unsecured creditor, with a disputed $7.5 million claim, followed by Alcatel-Lucent with a $7.3 million disputed claim.
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.