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Comcast announced Thursday that it is partnering with Tile to integrate the Bluetooth device tracking solution into its portfolio of services.
Here is some of the other news we've been tracking today.
As the spring storm season unfolds, we are reminded of the possible effects on our networks. While lightning strikes are not the only source of surges that…
Charter Communications today announced that it has deployed DOCSIS 3.1 in Los Angeles, Dallas, Milwaukee and other portions of its footprint.
Here are the other stories we're following today.
After years of steep quarterly increases in the amount Comcast spent to license pay TV programming, expense growth increased by only 3% in the first quarter.
As Facebook experiences a decline in passive video viewing on its platform, the company’s still-fledgling Watch tab could be in line for an upside.
After a court battle with the Justice Department over AT&T’s proposed $85 billion acquisition of Time Warner, AT&T’s odds of winning have improved.
Time Warner’s first-quarter earnings are staring down declines at all operating divisions, and the result is a 13% decrease in operating income.
AT&T reported the addition of 312,000 users to its virtual pay TV platform, DirecTV Now, in the first quarter, with the company now describing its video…
Standard Media was one of the big buyers amid Sinclair’s recently announced station sales. For the company, it’s a first step toward something larger.