As worded in a press release, the partnership appears a bit obtuse, promising a kind of merging of Hulu's content through AT&T's suite of apps, however redundant that functionality may be given Hulu's existing tablet, smartphone and smart TV software.
AT&T says that it lacks any incentive to harm the market for online video services and has even said that it is committed to expanding broadband services to rural areas, which the...
Stone is hoping his latest change in direction pays off as he heads down a new path at Jelly Industries, a San Francisco startup he launched shortly after leaving Twitter three years ago.
Like in the United States, FreedomPop in Europe will offer 200MB of data, 200 voice minutes and 200 texts free each month.
Joel Kaplan, Facebook's vice president of global public policy, told the Wall Street Journal that Martin has already proved invaulable in Facebook's mission to connect the world.
According to a press release, the new ARTIK platform aims to allow faster, simpler development of new enterprise, industrial and consumer IoT applications.
Help comes from Yahoo and Apple. Yahoo's Flickr and Apple's iCloud Photo Library will automatically transfer photos and videos to your online account, so you get a backup and more space on your device.
Due to another earthquake, Sprint is waiving and crediting calls and text messages made by Sprint customers to Nepal.
As Verizon plunges deeper into the mobile ad pool, it will have to fight against the current.
Clinging to a culture of secrecy stifles innovation. And it makes companies more vulnerable to other companies -- such as competitors -- that openly share information with each other.
Verizon Wireless will pay $90 million and Sprint will pay $68 million to settle the investigations.
Verizon announced this morning plans to buy Internet services pioneer AOL in a $4.4 billion deal. Here are some highlights from AOL's history.
The deal comes as Verizon prepares an Over-the-Top (OTT) mobile video service for launch this summer.
Federated Wireless, Inc. today announced plans for a pilot program with several U.S. government agencies that aims to standardize and certify the dynamic sharing of 3.5GHz spectrum.
For the time being, Stratton said Verizon would continue to offer customers the choice between a subsidized contract and an Equipment Installment Plan (EIP), but he also repeatedly stressed...