Is it time for big television to start worrying about digital?
A roundup of news Friday from the Television Critics Association summer meeting, at which TV networks and streaming services are presenting details on upcoming programs:
Verizon, the nation's largest wireless provider, will stop offering phones at discounted prices when customers sign two-year service contracts.
UK communications regulator Ofcom has released a report that gives a fascinating snapshot of digital society in the UK. It highlights the dominance of mobile, and the centrality of social media in social interactions and ...
Further cracks emerged this week in the pay TV bundle as media companies and distributors indicated that more people are cutting the cord and ditching pricey channel packages. Meanwhile, media company executives did damage ...
The copper network behind landline phones, a communications mainstay for more than a century, is going away, as cable and fiber-optics lines come along with faster Internet speeds.
Phone carriers say some customers in the Southeast who experienced outages with wireless and wired service have had service restored.
Telstra last week announced that it will launch Telstra TV in September. This could be the "all-in-one" video streaming service many Australians have craved, bundling together the three leading video-on-demand (VoD) services: ...
Next year, you won't have to worry about missing the buzziest commercials of the Super Bowl if you can't get to a TV.
HBO Now is now available to Verizon customers.