Over the past day, we've seen a flurry of stories on the Department of Justice's position on the AT&T/Time Warner cable merger, which was first announced back in October 2016. This story has been bouncing back and forth a fair bit--here's what we know thus far. The post The DOJ, AT&T, and the Time Warner Merger: What We Know Thus Far appeared first on ExtremeTech.
If you have a standard cable internet provider like Comcast, Spectrum/Time Warner Cable/Charter, and so on, it’s high time you met the TP-LINK DOCSIS 3.0 High Speed Cable Modem. Trust us, this little device is about to simultaneously become your best friend and your ISP’s worst enemy. Show More Summary
Charter Communications, now the No. 2 U.S. cable operator following its acquisitions of Time Warner Cable and Bright House, reported a modest increase in revenue but wider video subscriber losses in the third quarter ending September...Show More Summary
Hackers are a major concern for anyone with a cable, wireless, bank, or social media account — so, basically everyone — but sometimes bad actors don't even have to actually break into anything in order for companies to leak data on their customers. Show More Summary
Roughly four million records containing the personal details of Time Warner Cable (TWC) customers were discovered stored on an Amazon server without a password late last month. More »
Millions of sensitive records of Time Warner Cable customers and others was left on an unprotected server–the latest case of a now-routine problem. Millions of records relating to customers of Time Warner Cable and other cable companies...Show More Summary
Approximately 4 million records containing Time Warner Cable subscribers’ personal information were leaked last month.
About four million Time Warner Cable records containing details of its customers were found unsecured on an Amazon server last month, tech website Gizmodo reported on Friday. The files, more than 600 gigabytes in size, were discovered on Aug. 24 without a password by researchers of Kromtech...
Many consumers are still reeling from a Charter, Bright House Networks and Time Warner Cable merger that left users with slower speeds, worse service, and higher prices. Other broadband consumers are still struggling with a bungled Frontier...Show More Summary
The Pac-12 Networks have a new president, and it’s someone with experience in perhaps the most crucial area facing the network; distribution. The new president is Mark Shuken, who most recently oversaw Time Warner Cable’s Los Angeles-based...Show More Summary
Earlier this year, Charter Communications finalized its deal to absorb Time Warner Cable and buy out Bright House Networks, becoming the second largest cable company behind the monolith that is Comcast. Well it seems as though lots of...Show More Summary
A “small number” of customers using legacy Time Warner Cable accounts were unable to access their email Wednesday because of a server issue, Spectrum said. “Our teams are working around the clock to resolve this completely as quickly as possible, and we sincerely apologize for the inconvenience,” the company said in a statement. Legacy Charter […]
The Los Angeles Dodgers are in their fourth straight season of having local broadcasts only visible on Charter Communications (formerly Time Warner Cable), and MLB commissioner Rob Manfred isn’t thrilled about that, but he’s also not planning to intervene. Show More Summary
You may recall that when Charter proposed spending $79 billion to acquire Time Warner Cable and Bright House Networks last year, the usual promises of job creation, lower prices, better broadband, and improved customer service came along for the ride. Show More Summary
Customers unhappy with Comcast TV and Charter's Time Warner Cable Internet.
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Federal regulators are relaxing one of the conditions imposed on Charter when it absorbed Time Warner Cable after smaller cable companies complained about greater competition in their territories. Charter had … Click to Continue »
In 2013, Time Warner Cable (since acquired by Charter Communications) struck an $8.35 billion deal with the LA Dodgers to create LA SportsNet, the exclusive home of LA Dodgers games. To recoup its investment, Time Warner Cable demanded exorbitant prices from competing cable providers if they wanted access to the channel. Show More Summary