Roughly a month after the House Intelligence Committee declared Chinese cable/telecom vendor Huawei “a threat to national security” in a report, Huawei’s relationship with its US cable clients like Comcast, Suddenlink and BendBroadband has yet to suffer, Bill Plummer, vp, external relations told CableFAX. He acknowledged that some customers have inquired about the report but said the company has yet to lose any customers over it. Meanwhile, the set-top device manufacturer has been working on tablet devices that could potentially be used to control home security services and cable set-tops.

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The Virginia Cable and Telecom Assoc’s annual conference kicked off its 46th year Mon in Virginia Beach, with Fox News’ Greta Van Susteren keynoting. Here are VCTA the highlights.
AMC’s “The Walking Dead” remains the #1 program of the fall season among AD 18-49 (excluding sports) with Sun night’s ep being the highest rated ep. More on cable ratings.

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Internet Project Loon Pops

Google parent Alphabet pulled the plug on Loon , a network of stratospheric balloons designed to bring internet to rural and

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