Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer will run the company's Interactive Entertainment Business now that Zynga has hired former Xbox chief Don Mattrick as its CEO.
The Gigabit Libraries Network is soliciting interest from public libraries interested in leveraging TV white space (TVWS) spectrum to extend their reach to more locations.
Time Warner Cable is bringing its TV application to Microsoft's Xbox, making it possible for consumers to access 300 live TV channels on the Xbox 360. In addition, the company said it will add video-on-demand functionality to the app later this year.
Sprint Nextel said it will launch LTE smartphones running Microsoft's Windows Phone 8 this summer, the HTC 8XT and Samsung Electronics' Ativ S Neo, but Sprint did not say when exactly it will do so.
If the rumors are true, Microsoft's Windows Phone 8 customers may soon enjoy the best apps money can buy.
A massive, $700 million data center code-named "Project Mountain" slated to be built in Des Moines, Iowa, by an anonymous company has some speculating that Amazon or Apple are moving into the area.
Nokia caught the attention of investors after heightened speculation that the device manufacturer could be acquired by an industry heavyweight such as Microsoft or Huawei, with China's Lenovo also thrown into the mix, prompted a rethink on the company's underlying value.
Microsoft and Nokia held talks as recently as this month on a sale of Nokia's mobile devices business to Microsoft, but the talks broke down and are not likely to be revived, according to a report in the Wall Street Journal.
Apple said Wednesday that it launched the popular WatchESPN and HBO Go TV Everywhere applications on its $99 Apple TV set-top.
IPTV has become a key ingredient for hotels internationally as part of an IP-based effort to entice and retain visitors in a competitive environment.