Cable bills went up 4 percent in the past year, on average.
This week, the NCAA's Southeastern Conference and ESPN will unveil their southern-fried, 24/7 sports television partnership.
Video already accounts for 70 percent of Verizon's wireless traffic.
With Sprint and T-Mobile now on their own, the carriers face more hurdles as they battle it out in the competitive wireless market.
Some of the biggest tech companies on earth have attempted to take on Comcast, DirecTV and Time Warner -- and they have all failed.
Verizon Wireless has caught the eye of FCC chairman Tom Wheeler, who questioned the mobile company over its data throttling practices.
The FCC issued an advisory on Wednesday, reminding ISPs to abide by the "Open Internet Transparency Rule."
Verizon Wireless plans to roll out a new rewards program that offers points in exchange for user habit data.
Verizon is rolling out upgrades to its FiOS service, which will match upload speeds to current download speeds.
The company claims that a subscriber with a 50 Mbps connection can upload a five-minute, HD video to the Internet in 40 seconds.
GOP Rep. Blackburn thinks there's too much competition for Internet providers, even in her home state. The House backed her proposal.
Sprint And T-Mobile are looking to strengthen their mobile reach with low-frequency wireless spectrum.
What Is Net Neutrality? Meaning Is Fuzzy Even As Comedian John Oliver, Netflix Help Pro-Neutrality Petition Get 647K Signatures
HBO host John Oliver's rant helped publicize the debate, but the issue's significance is still hard to grasp.
Comcast (CMCSA) Annual Shareholder Meeting: Protests Planned For Philadelphia In Wake Of Proposed TWC Merger
Opposed to the proposed Comcast-TWC merger, consumer advocates are taking to the streets on Wednesday outside the cable giant’s annual shareholder meeting.
The deals will allow subscribers to use Comcast's WiFi hot spots when traveling to the U.S., reducing international roaming charges.
Comcast and EA are reportedly in talks to bring streaming games to the Xfinity X1 cable box, potentially competing with Sony and Microsoft.
The FCC is weighing rules that would ban providers from blocking access to sites, but would allow firms to pay for faster speeds if deals are commercially "reasonable."
Comcast, Philadelphia's cable giant, has repeatedly affirmed its commitment to open-Internet principles, but that could change in 2018.
Comcast Corporation (CMCSA) Earnings Preview: Q1 2014 Profits Soar With NBC Sochi Coverage, Broadband Demand
The top U.S. cable provider will likely report stronger Q1 earnings Tuesday, with broadband Internet demand driving revenue growth.
Comcast-Time Warner Cable Hearings: At Senate Judiciary Committee, Critics Cite History Of Flouting FCC Merger Conditions
The U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee Wed. examined the proposed Comcast-TWC merger; foes argue Comcast doesn't act in good faith.
In an FCC filing last week, the Writers Guild of America said the proposed merger would stifle competition from emerging content creators like Netflix and Amazon.
Mexico's Telecom Reform Pits President Enrique Peña Nieto Against Billionaire Tycoon Carlos Slim Helú
The world's second-richest man is about to suffer a defeat, as President Peña Nieto reforms the sector that's been his longtime cash cow.
Facebook Connectivity Lab: Mark Zuckerberg Proposes 'Drones, Satellites And Lasers' To Beam Internet To Those Without It
Facebook's Connectivity Lab is developing technology to connect the two-thirds of the world without Internet access.
Netflix Comcast Deal Creates A ‘Direct Connection’ For Streaming Movies But Raises Net Neutrality Concerns
Netflix and Comcast have announced a deal that prevents any potential streaming issues for customers.
From office romances to the master of mergers, here's a look at the best stories from International Business Times this week.
New details about the highly rumored and anticipated Apple TV have emerged, revealing that Apple may be scaling back its efforts to better accommodate cable and content providers.
Netflix could face a large, extra expense to deliver its high-definition TV shows and movies to customers.
AT&T Says Sponsored Data Doesn't Violate Net Neutrality: Internet Advocates Argue Mobile Practices Are Unfair
AT&T claims that its Sponsored Data service doesn't violate Net neutrality. But how will it affect mobile Internet usage?
The FCC said it is ready to step in, if need be. Here's why.
The telecom giant's decision comes as the debate over data gathering heats up.