We're getting closer and closer to getting rid of the dreaded cable box.
Comcast is apparently working on a blazing-fast high-speed Internet service.
We're in the midst of a huge shake-up in the way consumers get their TV content, and there's no better example of that than Time Warner Cable's recent earnings report.
Verizon is planning on bringing its TV service to TVs without needing to pay for a subscription.
In an environment where Netflix is still reeling from customer dissatisfaction and facing a new round of competition, Verizon has decided it's time to step in.
Verizon says it's completed a field trial in which it delivered a 1Gbps service to an existing Fios business customer.
A recent Verizon field trial successfully demonstrated a "near" gigabit-per-second throughput on the company’s existing FiOS gigabit passive optical network (GPON) platform.
In a move to bring back attention to its flailing TV service, Verizon has struct a deal with the National Football League to air its first ever 3D football game on TV. It's a major score as the most mainstream sporting event to make it to the new broadcast medium.
Motorola is reported to be developing a tablet specifically targeted at the television market.
After continuously dismal reaction to Verizon's fiber-optic TV service, the provider has decided to give customers the option to cancel risk-free within 30 days of signing up.
Verizon Fios has added new functionality to its first-in-class Media Manager functionality, and has expanded its reach from DVR customers only to all Fios subscribers.
Verizon will be crimping back on plans to expand its high-speed Fios Internet service, even though it says it is still on track to meet its end-of-year subscription goals.