The Wi-Fi hotspots are part of a partnership between the cable companies and New York City that includes a $10 million investment fund for Wi-Fi deployment in parks and public spaces.
To defend itself against a copyright complaint brought by TV broadcasters, Aereo cited a 2008 court victory won by Cablevision. But Cablevision says Aereo is not entitled to the same protection.
Cablevision sues Verizon for bashing the cable company in its Fios commercials, claiming that Verizon was using outdated data.
Viacom and Cablevision announce that the lawsuit between the two companies has been settled and that Cablevision can continue to pipe Viacom content through its iPad app.
Viacom doesn't want Cablevision streaming video to the iPad either. Last week, the video giant went after Time Warner Cable and also issued a statement warning Cablevision to take down its content from the app.
As Time Warner Cable's own iPad app continues to face objections from Discovery and other program providers over Internet-distribution issues, Cablevision releases app it says sidesteps the Net, and thus the licensing question.
As the dispute between the cable company and the News Corp. continues at an impasse, here's how to get your Fox fix.
This week on the Digital City: ABC vs. Cablevision, high-tech pizza hits NYC, and Macs get Steam games
This week on the Digital City, we look at the ABC vs. Cablevision fight, check out some high-tech pizza that's hitting NYC, find out why it's taken so long for the MTA to upgrade subway stations, and celebrate that Macs are finally getting Steam games.
Cable provider will begin testing a service called PC to TV Media Relay that's designed to let customers watch content from their computers on their TVs.