The Home Gateway Initiative (HGI) has released a new document that will provide a foundation for service providers to deliver new energy management and automation services over the home gateway. With
Not surprisingly, Verizon Wireless (NYSE:VZ) confirmed that its LTE phones won't be compatible with other LTE networks in the U.S. since its phones run on different frequencies, according to a
A new Senate Commerce Committee study revealed that "cramming" or the act of inserting mystery fees into phone bills without customers' knowledge could cost U.S. consumers up to $2 billion a year. In
As Verizon (NYSE: VZ) gets ready to go to the bargaining table to replace its three-year union contracts that will expire early next month, the telco wants tougher concessions from its unions.
With Verizon Wireless' (NYSE:VZ) elimination of its unlimited smartphone data plan, the nation's two largest wireless carriers are now capping their subscribers' monthly voice minutes, texting
Sprint Nextel (NYSE:S) wasted no time in pouncing on Verizon Wireless' (NYSE:VZ) recent move to stop offering unlimited data service to new smartphone users. Sprint this week introduced a series of
Rogers Communications lauched LTE service in Ottawa last week making it the first operator in Canada to offer LTE. The company plans to expand LTE to Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver later this year.
Verizon (NYSE: VZ) is enhancing how users in its Pittsburgh and Tampa Bay area markets interact with their FiOS TV experience with a new version of its FiOS TV Interactive Media Guide (IMG). IMG
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Cincinnati Bell's (NYSE: CBB) plans to expand its Fiber to the Home (FTTH) reach along with a move to deliver IPTV over copper and energy services is a thesis that states: innovate quickly and adapt