Virgin Media is down in Portsmouth after a cable was cut by roadworks, leaving customers potentially cut off until Thursday.
Apple famously likes to dictate what the market needs. But it turns out listening works, its earnings report shows. That, plus the redefinition of "broadband" and more in your look back at the week in tech.
Blu-ray movies will soon be getting two back-to-back, unskippable, piracy warnings, giving movie-watchers even less of a reason to bother with a disc.
Samsung has unveiled a cutesy MP3 player alongside the Samsung Galaxy S3, called the Samsung S Pebble.
Canceling your cable subscription can require sacrifices, but sometimes the cord-cutting viewing experience is actually better than cable.
Simple.TV's new DVR records over-the-air HDTV content, then streams it to supported devices like Roku, Google TV, Boxee and the iPad.
Boxee has announced a Live TV tuner for the D-Link Boxee Box, but it needs to add DVR support to differentiate the Live TV tuner from the TV tuner already built into modern HDTVs.
HBO Go's the future of TV...and also the past. Here's one cable-cutting editor's summer trying out HBO's mobile service.
The long-rumored Insignia Internet-enabled TVs are now official, with Chumby widgets and TiVo interfaces--but no DVRs.
While much of the hype about "cord cutting" is overblown, it can work if you're picky about what you watch on TV in the first place.