The FCC is peddling its net neutrality spin as facts
The agency is disseminating a list of myths vs. so-called facts and it's very misleading.
Data leak exposed millions of Time Warner Cable customers
If you used the TV provider's mobile app, you were vulnerable.
Comcast's live TV streaming service could launch by year’s end
Though no official date or price has been set just yet.
Looney Tunes and other classic cartoons get a streaming service
New York sues Charter over slow internet speeds
It accuses the former Time Warner Cable of delivering far less than it promised.
FCC boss shares a fresh compromise on set-top box rules
"If adopted, consumers will no longer have to rent a set-top box, month after month," FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler says.
Apple's negotiation tactics might be hurting its TV plans
An Apple TV can't replace your cable box until deals are made with the industry's biggest players.
NY Attorney General tells TWC its broadband is 'abysmal'
New York customers submitted their speed test results, and they weren't good.
Charter will axe the Time Warner Cable brand
Now that Charter is closing its acquisition, it's getting rid of an infamous name.