Why Your Cable Bill Won’t Get Smaller When Big TV Gets Bigger

For now, at least.

Inside the Mysterious World of the Elusive Cord-Cutter!

Secrets revealed! For starters: Turns out that people who don’t pay for TV are happy to pay for TV.

Cord-Cutting Is Real, and the Cable Guys Are Still in Great Shape — For Now

The pay-TV business might be teetering, or at least getting close to the edge. But the broadband business — which the pay-TV guys own, too — is in great shape. For now.

Google Fiber Is World-Changing! Or Maybe Not. Or Both!

Let’s hear what Larry Page has to say about his company’s plans to take on Comcast, Verizon and everyone else in the broadband business.

What if Mobile Ads Don’t Catch Up?

The mobile ad market is small, but the mobile Web is booming, so dollars will follow eyeballs, right? Here’s the counter to that argument.

Facebook’s Early Christmas Gift: Shares Surge on Analyst Upgrades

Facebook’s usual Wall Street Scrooges do a sudden, positive about-face on the stock’s prospects.

Facebook Exchange Will Be Big, but Not Big Enough to Stop Slowing Web Ads

The good news: Facebook’s ad targeting program is working. The less-good news, at least for the ad tech guys: It’s always going to be a sideline, says Bernstein Research.

Cord-Keeping: Pay TV Shrinks for the Quarter, Stays Steady for the Year

Time for another installment of “Cord-Cutting: Fact or Fantasy”?

The Math Behind Disney’s “Star Wars” Deal

Maybe a Mickey-Yoda mashup: Bob Iger needs to sell $4.5 billion in tickets to make the math work, says Bernstein Research.

Why an Apple TV Is Not an iPhone

Some Apple fans predict a replay of 2007, when Steve Jobs upended the mobile business with a sexy new device. This time around could be much different.

Mother’s New Little Helper: Netflix

Why the Web Hasn’t Hurt TV

Where Did the Cord-Cutters Go?

Google’s Cable TV Lineup: A Wishlist

Big Cable Braces for a Lousy Quarter