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The nation's fourth largest cable operator publishes a letter sent to Time Warner Cable, the second largest US cable operator, asking the company's execs to meet them at the bargaining table.
Later this year, TiVo's Premiere set-top box and interface will be deployed by Charter Communications, the fourth-largest cable provider in the U.S.
The small wireless company launches lawsuits against cable giants, alleging patent infringement over the sale of cable modems.
The proposed merger of the chip companies would address Globalfoundries' weaknesses in service and in its ability to produce in bulk.
At the very least, the RIAA wants ISPs to send strongly worded warning notices to customers accused of file sharing. Charter Communications has years of experience.
Struggling to right itself, cable operator will file for its reorganization bankruptcy by April 1.
The use of this new breed of sailing ship could reduce fuel costs by 20 to 30 percent, according to the ship's owners.
Internet service provider announces it was indefinitely suspending the use of a controversial tool to track its customers' movement on the Web.
Two members of Congress ask Charter Communications to "not move forward" with its plans to track customers' Web browsing and display relevant advertisements.
Charter exec Ted Schremp talks about the ISP's plan to "model" your online interests for ad purposes and also protect your privacy.