Smartphones have been an important part of the streaming video ecosystem for years, but they also play a major role in how consumers access the internet from home. A new study from Parks Associates says Read More
Verizon’s throwing a full-court pass to try and score with the NBA, putting together a high-speed fiber network that connects all twenty-nine arenas that host NBA teams. (Yes, 29 arenas for 30 teams… LA’s Clippers and Lakers both play at the Staples Center.) In the process, it allows the NBA to add up to 30 cameras in every venue, guaranteeing viewers won’t get bored.
Despite increasing competition from over-the-top players and from satellite providers, and declining subscriber numbers, the cable industry in the European Union has continued to grow with gross cable revenues topping €22.4 billion ($23.34 billion) in Read More
The U.K. government is planning to spend more than $1.24 billion (£1.0 billion) to modernize the country’s digital infrastructure with the goal of full-fiber broadband and 5G wireless technology nationwide by 2020-21. “Our future transport, Read More
Amazon is rumored to be considering offering residential Internet services bundled with the Amazon Prime Instant Video in Europe, further leveraging its already-strong position as a trusted merchant. A report in The Information, citing an Read More
There have been a lot of fluttering hands over the past two quarters concerning Netflix’s international growth potential. But the streamer’s deal this week with Liberty Global to put Netflix on the pay-TV operator’s next-gen Read More
Canadian operator Bell has rolled out what it’s calling the world’s first fully wireless IPTV service with the Wireless 4K Whole Home PVR from Fibe TV. The Home Hub 3000 uses 12 antennas to offer Read More