Clearwire MVNO FreedomPop has partnered with Connect2Compete, a national nonprofit targeting the digital divide, to provide free and low-cost wireless Internet services to low-income residents.
During the past three years, the wireline industry has gone through rapid change as various vendors and service providers have either been bought or purchased other companies.
Comcast ( Nasdaq: CMCSA ) plans to unveil the next generation of its X1 cloud-based programming interface, aptly called X2, at The Cable Show in June.
Alaskan cable operator GCI said Thursday that it launched TiVo's whole-home platform, which includes the TiVo Premiere DVR and the company's new Mini companion set-top.
Verizon made it clear to North Baltimore residents during a recent community meeting that it has no plans to bring FiOS service to their area any time soon.
Samsung launched new applications for its Smart TV platform, but its updated catalog doesn't include the long-anticipated apps it has been developing with Comcast and Time Warner Cable.
Comcast said Wednesday that it will open a 110,000-square foot customer service center this summer in Susquehanna Township, Pa., and that it will hire 425 people to staff the facility, which will handle calls from subscribers on cable systems in its Northeast division.
Verizon said in 2012 it invested over $549 million in its California wireline networks and IT infrastructure with a particular focus on expanding its FiOS data and video service.
Consumerist kicked off its "worst company in America" tournament on Tuesday, pitting Cablevision and Time Warner Cable against each other in the opening round.
A substantial group of consumers, unhappy with decades of ill treatment by cable operators and not quite ready to leap to satellite, have been easy pickings for IPTV providers. Those salad days are probably over. To get to the next level of subscribers, IPTV providers need a ladder--or maybe a gimmick.