Seeking to accelerate the subscriber growth of its most valuable asset, Time Warner, Inc. is reportedly looking to expand the availability of broadband-only packages that feature access to HBO.
According to a new survey conducted by Accenture, fully 40 percent of Americans would prefer a phablet--a smartphone with a screen of between 5 and 7 inches--instead of a smaller phone. However, that number among Chinese survey respondents shot to 66 percent.
Telecom Italia's CEO Marco Patuano found that AT&T's CEO Randall Stephenson gave him the best advice on how to turn around his struggling company out of all the high-tech executives he met on a recent trip to the U.S., reports Bloomberg.
The Big Apple has big plans for public Wi-Fi as it rolls out a network that will cover 95 city blocks in Harlem and provide coverage to 80,000 residents as well as businesses and visitors to the area.
While the FCC upheld an order that will force Comcast to carry Bloomberg TV on channels adjacent to other news networks, the MSO won't be forced to place Bloomberg adjacent to rival CNBC.
Aereo struck a deal with Bloomberg TV to add the business news network to its online video platform, which lets New York residents watch about 20 local broadcast stations on mobile devices and the Web.
Google has reportedly received "multiple bids" for its iconic Motorola Home Business unit.
Nokia (NYSE:NOK) could have shipped around 1.3 million Lumia Windows Phones during the fourth quarter, according to a survey of analysts conducted by Bloomberg. Expectations among the 22 analysts
Sprint Nextel (NYSE:S) has reportedly reached a 15-year network-sharing deal with LightSquared worth around $20 billion. According to Bloomberg, Sprint and LightSquared will build LightSquared's
Nokia CEO Stepehen Elop has strongly rebuffed rumors that Microsoft plans to take over Nokia's key devices and services unit. But research conducted by Bloomberg suggests that, having destroyed