How Comcast-TWC Will End Your All-You-Can Internet Buffet

There are broad, sweeping implications for the proposed merger of Comcast and Time Warner Cable. This is not one of them. This is a very specific, fine print change. But for TWC customers—and, eventually, the rest of us—it's going to be the single worst part of the deal. Welcome to broadband data caps! They're here to… » 2/17/14 12:57pm 2/17/14 12:57pm

Why the Comcast-Time Warner Cable Merger Is Even Worse Than You Think

The mere mention of Comcast and Time Warner cuddling up to form one crummy super-conglomerate is enough to send you running for the pitchforks. But this unholy union—if it passes regulatory muster—goes deeper than MONOPOLY BAD. » 2/13/14 11:58am 2/13/14 11:58am

Strange Xbox Live/Time-Warner Outage Now In Its Second Day

This is the best part of Internet outages—when the Internet service provider blames the hardware, and vice versa. The customers really don't care what the problem is. But a "a subset of Time/Warner ISP users" that haven't been able to connect to Xbox Live since noon yesterday still can't get into the system today. » 9/23/12 1:00pm 9/23/12 1:00pm

Judge Approves Midway Liquidation Plan

Formerly a household name in video games, the bankrupted publisher will end up paying creditors between 16 and 25 percent of what they were owed, under a plan approved by a Delaware judge on Friday. » 5/22/10 6:30pm 5/22/10 6:30pm

Time Warner Supports Square Enix Eidos Bid

The Square Enix takeover bid for UK publisher Eidos Interactive solidified even further today, as 20% Eidos shareholder Time Warner throws its support behind the Japanese company's offer. » 2/16/09 10:20am 2/16/09 10:20am

Time Warner Intrigued By Video Gaming, Prepares Poking Stick

Time Warner's recent acquisition of LEGO-crazy game developer TT Games was "wildly successful", and has the media giant considering expansion into the video game industry, Time Warner Chief Financial Office John Martin told investors Wednesday. » 1/08/09 11:00am 1/08/09 11:00am

Time Warner Hitches Its Star To Turbine With $40 Million Investment

Lord of the Rings Online developer Turbine has just snagged $40 million in equity financing primarily from Time Warner and GGV Capital, the company announced today. » 6/04/08 10:40am 6/04/08 10:40am