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Cable companies work the pipes

As cable companies chart the future at an industry conference this week, a study reveals that shipments of cable modems skyrocketed in the first half of 1998.

As cable companies chart a future course for the industry at the Western Cable show in Southern California this week, a study says worldwide shipments of cable modems skyrocketed in the first half of 1998, due in part to strong sales in North America.

Cable modems double in 1998
Worldwide shipments of cable modems skyrocket in the first half of 1998, due in large part to strong sales in North America.

@Home to limit video downloads
The company will limit the length of broadcast-quality video downloads over its high-speed cable network, according to its latest regulatory filing.

Taking digital services to the masses
Cable industry insiders at the Western Cable Show this week will look to answer one question: how to take interactive digital services to the masses.

High-speed cable modems take hold
A new study suggests that, though far from a mainstream means to connect homes to the Net, use of high-speed cable modems is beginning to take hold in North America.

The miracle box
special report The future of a world where television and the Internet become fully integrated rests upon the once-humble, no-frills cable TV set-top box.