Cox Communications launched a cloud-based media storage service called myflare that the company said will make it easier for subscribers to manage photos, videos and music, and share content with friends and family.
Executives from Comcast, CableLabs and AT&T were among the people the Digital Living Network Alliance said it has awarded for contributing to the Alliance, which is focused on allowing consumers to access content on multiple devices and platforms.
Dish Network has filed several trademark applications to utilize the brand Otto for voice recognition software that could be used to power both its satellite TV service and the mobile phone product it is developing.
The FCC has adopted a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking on direct access to telephone numbers for VoIP providers, a process that they say will streamline the process to roll out services.
AT&T and Knology are now going to face a new competitor in Lawrence, Kan., from Wicked Broadband, the latest service provider to follow the spirit of Google Fiber with its own 1 Gbps fiber to the home service.
Google has named Provo, Utah as the third market where it will deliver its 1 Gbps fiber to the home service by purchasing the city's existing iProvo fiber network.
Google said Wednesday afternoon that it plans to expand its Google Fiber service to Provo, Utah, where it would compete with incumbent cable MSO Comcast.
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I've been watching for signs of a Dish Network get-together with Sprint Nextel since late 2011, due to a conversation I had with an acquaintance who did not work in the telecom or cable industries but knew a number of Dish employees. Those folks had been talking about Charlie Ergen's plans to build a new wireless network using satellite spectrum he had acquired, and they also mentioned that Sprint Nextel was probably going to be a player in this network.
AT&T reported that vandals cut into a fiber cable in Gilroy, Calif., on Tuesday disrupting Internet, wireline phone and wireless service for local residents and businesses.According to Santa Clara County Sheriff Laurie Smith, the fiber cables were cut near Monterey Highway at around 1:30 a.m. Tuesday.