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New York kicks Charter out of the state after failure to honor conditions of Time-Warner merger

Broadband providers! They love to make noise about how dedicated they are to improving your service, rolling out new features, and generally adhering to both the law and their own code of ethics. So h

As FCC considers new broadband privacy rules, report urges wider user data safeguards

A new report from U.S. consumer rights and privacy advocacy group, the Center for Digital Democracy, has set out the case for the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to tighten data protection rul

Major Security Bug In Aptean’s Customer Response System Puts User Data At Risk

A bug discovered by security researchers Eric Taylor and Blake Welsh can change a standard customer feedback system called Aptean SupportSoft into a method for hackers to grab passwords, credit card i

Comcast Confirms That Its Merger With Time Warner Cable Is Dead

Comcast has dropped its plans to merge with Time Warner Cable. <a href="https://techcrunch.com/2015/04/23/comcast-may-walk-away-from-its-45b-deal-to-buy-time-warner-cable/">Bloomberg reported yeste

Comcast May Walk Away From Its $45B Deal To Buy Time Warner Cable

The $45 billion marriage of Comcast and Time Warner Cable may be left at the altar, after reports surfaced today that Comcast itself might walk away from the deal. According to Bloomberg, an announcem

One Small Step For Unbundling, One Big Leap For HBO

This week HBO finally announced the arrival of HBO Now, a streaming over-the-top access pass to HBO content for $14.99 a month. It will debut exclusively on the Apple TV for a three-month period (the

Comcast CEO Defends Time Warner Cable Acquisition, Downplays Netflix Concerns

Comcast is trying to win public support for its planned $45 billion acquisition of Time Warner Cable, which the company announced earlier this year. Today at the CODE Conference, Comcast CEO Brian Rob

Rep. Matsui Calls For Congressional Oversight Of AT&T And Comcast Deals

Earlier today Rep. Doris Matsui called for a Congressional hearing on the proposed deals between Comcast and Time Warner Cable, and AT&T and DirecTV. The massive deals would further consolidate th

Comcast And Time Warner Cable To Divest 3.9 Million Subscribers Through Charter Deal

Comcast announced today it's reached a deal to divest 3.9 million cable subscribers through a series of transactions with Charter Communications that it hopes will improve the chances of getting appro

Fan TV’s Streaming Set-Top Box Will Soon Be Available To Time Warner Cable Subscribers

Last year, I got a sneak preview of Fan TV, a next-generation streaming set-top box from the makers of the Fan (née Fanhattan) iPad video discovery app. Now, 11 months later, the product is going to

Comcast Makes Its Case To The FCC For Time Warner Cable Acquisition Approval

A few months ago, Comcast announced its plans to purchase Time Warner Cable in one of the biggest acquisitions in the broadband or pay TV market. In a filing sent to the FCC and an extensive blog post

Comcast Makes Bid To Acquire Time Warner Cable For $45 Billion

Just a few months after it was first reported that the second-largest cable firm in the nation was looking to be acquired, Comcast, the number one cable provider, has made an offer of $45.2 billion fo

Charter Offers $61.3 Billion In Cash And Stock To Acquire Time Warner Cable

If you were worried about the consolidation of ISPs, telcos, and media companies, this should make you uncomfortable: Charter Communications has bid a massive $61.3 billion for Time Warner Cable. Acc

The Time Warner Cable TV App For Xbox 360 Is Now Available, With Access To 300 Channels

The TWC TV app for Xbox Live, which <a target="_blank" href="http://www.techmeme.com/130628/p11#a130628p11">was announced back in June</a>, is now available for download from the Xbox Live Marketplace

TV Expert: Time Warner Cable-CBS Blackout To Result In ‘Best Of All Possible Worlds’ For Cable Subscribers

Subscribers to Time Warner Cable might not be able to watch CBS shows over the next few weeks, as a result of the latest contract fallout between a network and a pay TV operator. But at least one expe

Valar Morghulis, Or, ‘Why I Don’t Care That HBO GO Is On Apple TV’

Apple TV got HBO Go and Watch ESPN and some other content yesterday. Cool. Am I supposed to care? It’s asinine that the technology for producing quality content is so incredible (Blackwater Bay,

In The Fight Between Netflix And Cable Operators, High-Quality Streaming Video Is Being Held Hostage

One cable provider is arguing that because Netflix isn't offering it Super HD or 3D content, that it is essentially discriminating against ISPs based on whether they deploy Open Connect boxes. Here's

TWC Willing To Give Up Control Of Interface, Not Customer Relationship In Expanding To Apple TV

Speaking at the Goldman Sachs Communacopia investor conference today, Time Warner Cable's president and COO Rob Marcus explained during a <a target="_blank" href="http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news

Time Warner Cable Buys Cable Company Insight Communications For $3 Billion

<a href="http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/4990d85e-c6cd-11e0-bb50-00144feabdc0.html?ftcamp=rss#axzz1V6C9ozUv">Rumors</a> about the news <a href="http://www.nytimes.com/2011/08/15/business/media/time-warner-i
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