Time Warner Cable is working to add out-of-home viewing options to its TWC TV streaming video applications. The apps, available for devices running Apple's iOS and Google's Android, currently limit streaming to Time Warner subscribers' in-home Wi-Fi connection.
These companies are using big data to compete, but not directly just yet. They are using big data to make them better companies with more innovative products and better performance. And that's a good start.
Time Warner Cable is rolling out an updated version of its TWC TV streaming video application for Apple's iOS, adding support for on-demand movies and television programming.
It's been a rough week for wireless broadband provider Clearwire, and it's only Wednesday.
Viacom has reached an agreement with Time Warner Cable enabling subscribers to view live content from cable networks like MTV and Comedy Central across mobile devices including Apple's (NASDAQ:AAPL)
Time Warner Cable has decided its time to leave Sprint's services behind and strike out on its own with voice service. While cable companies have long had wholesale agreements with certain carriers,
Since we jumped onto the Twitter bandwagon at the beginning of March, the micro-blogging, 140 character phenomenon has shifted into high gear. We hope the little company finds a business model before
Cable companies have plundered phone companies' landline sales with lower prices and triple-play bundles, a trick landline providers hope to ultimately turn back around using TV- but we digress.
Time Warner Cable announced it added 200,000 new voice accounts over the course of the third quarter. Voice revenues were up 37 percent and $113 million to a total of $421 million- a sweet piece of
Time Warner reported its second quarter 2008 numbers with good news on the VoIP front and bad news at AOL; it's the bad news that may lead to some other VoIP-related changes. Time Warner Cable (TWC)