In the aftermath of the Derek Chauvin verdict, a Fox News advertising boycott won't work because the company makes so much money from cable bundle fees.
Puerto Rico’s historic radio telescope was smashed by another broken cable that may be related to a similar accident in August.
A Facebook subsidiary abandoned drilling equipment, broken piping, and 6,500 gallons of bore gel off the Oregon coast while constructing an undersea cable. The tech giant says that's fine, but environmental experts disagree.
The cable tore a 100-foot hole in the gargantuan dish in Puerto Rico, which was featured in Carl Sagan's novel 'Contact' and the James Bond film 'GoldenEye.'
Verizon’s new internet and TV offerings are a step in the right direction, but likely won’t be enough to appease angry cord cutters who moved on to streaming long ago.
Consumer Reports estimates cable industry makes $28 billion a year in misleading surcharges alone.
Ajit Pai's FCC says more Americans than ever have access to fast internet connections, but critics say the study is "fundamentally at odds with reality."
The FCC’s efforts here may prove to be a decidedly uphill battle.
"It was a punch to the gut."
There's also a Thanos joke in there, because of course.
Competing with Netflix and YouTube is turning out to be harder than cable companies thought.
The 'Regional sports fee' and 'broadcast TV fee' have made your cable bill bloated.