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If you think your cable TV bill is already high, you're going to be disappointed to hear what your service provider could have in store for you next year.
As the result of a complete failure of customer support, one Philadelphia reporter found a way to twist the arm of an entire network hard enough to make refusal of service impossible.
Comcast is in the process of trying to acquire Time Warner in the US and to help convince consumers that the acquisition is a good idea, they are running web adverts to support their agenda.
Subscribers to Time Warner Cable woke up this morning to find they could no longer check Facebook, email or anything else as a major outage affecting cable services swept across much of the U.S.
Verizon, Time Warner, and AT&T are set to take on traditional consoles by delivering cloud-based gaming services to customers via their television sets sometime in 2013.
New rumors claim that Vivendi is thinking about selling its 60 percent share of game publisher Activision Blizzard and that Microsoft could be one of the companies that is being sought as a buyer.
A patent has been awarded to Time Warner Cable that gives them exclusive rights to disable all trick plays within your DVR, including rewind, fast-forward, and pause.
A new report claims to have more info about Microsoft's upcoming live TV service for Xbox 360 consoles, including word that the official announcement may come sometime next week.
The Guy Fawkes masks images that have been adopted by the members of the Anonymous hacker group are in fact owned by Time Warner and are now selling like hot cakes.
Watching more TV shows via Internet outlets like Netflix and Hulu may be the reason why the top cable TV and satellite operators lost more subscribers than at any point in their history.
Just a day after Apple overtook Microsoft as the world's most valuable tech company, the New York Post is reporting the end of Apple's brief ego-trip. According to their sources, large media companies, such as...
As the second largest company in an industry known for tiered pricing of its services, Time Warner Cable may seem like an unlikely candidate to appeal to its subscribers for help. Just this week, the...
As reported earlier, Time Warner has been looking to spinoff AOL, and now according to the Wall Street Journal, those plans have been confirmed. Time Warner will spin off AOL into a publicly traded...
The incredible wave of negative publicity from Time Warner's (now postponed) plan for bandwidth caps on all of their broadband internet plans has barely died down. That isn't stopping the increasingly despised ISP from giving...
A few days ago Neowin reported that Time Warner Cable would be expanding bandwidth cap testing to more regions. The extremely limiting bandwidth cap, surprisingly, isn't sitting well with consumers and TWC is having...
Time Warner cable has revealed its intentions with its newly tested broadband caps. The short of it is that if you want "unlimited" internet it will cost you a staggering $150.00 a month. ...
In the highly competitive and rapidly expanding market of high-speed internet service, Time Warner Cable may have stepped too far across the line with its latest series of ads targeting Verizon Communications. The telecommunications company...