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Samsung Invests $2B in Biopharmaceuticals
05/12/14 9:53 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 620 Words

Comcast Courting Asian Cell Operators
Comcast is offering at least two Asian cellular operators -- Japan's KDDI and Taiwan Mobile -- access to Comcast WiFi hot spots in the U.S. when those companies' subscribers touch down in the U.S.


Erika Morphy
Net Neutrality Wins Tough Battle in European Parliament
04/03/14 3:27 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 677 Words

If the U.S. had a Net neutrality framework in place, it would mean that Comcast , for example, couldn't charge Netflix additional fees for streaming its content to Comcast customers. Put another way, Comcast couldn't charge its customers for streaming Netflix's content.

Jeff Kagan
Verizon: A Changing Company in a Changing Industry
07/26/12 5:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 1408 Words

Two, it is partnering with Comcast , its arch competitive enemy. Imagine walking into a Verizon Wireless store and seeing Comcast services for sale. It used to sell Verizon FiOS TV. What's up? Is it a competitor or a partner with Comcast?

Vivian Wagner
The Smarter, Safer Tech-Adept Home
04/17/12 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 686 Words

Home as Ecosystem Comcast's Xfinity Home, for instance, gives homeowners remote access not simply to their security systems, but to climate control and lights, as well.

Comcast Xfinity Home

"It's much more than security," Mitch Bowling, senior vice president and...

Mike Martin
Verizon Goes for FCC's Jugular in Net Neutrality War
01/21/11 12:07 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 694 Words

In Comcast v. FCC , its judges found that FCC commissioners had overstepped when they sanctioned Comcast over network traffic discrimination.

Then too, Verizon's attorneys could be wrong. A repeat of Comcast under current FCC chairman Julius Genachowski is unlikely, said Wharton...

Paul Hartsock
A River of Leaks, a Torrent of Rage
12/04/10 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 2247 Words

A company called Level 3, which provides streaming services to Netflix, recently complained that ISP giant Comcast had demanded that it pay a recurring fee for transmitting online movies. Bandwidth isn't an unlimited resource, and now Comcast wants one of the biggest eaters...

Erika Morphy
FCC Chair: Broadband Plan Won't Be Derailed
04/15/10 2:13 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 676 Words

Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia found that the FCC had not established its authority to order Comcast to change it network management practices. It vacated the FCC's order, ratcheting up a fierce ongoing debate over Net neutrality.

However, FCC...

Andrea Belz
Apple's iConcierge: Do You Feel the Ground Shaking?
12/14/09 4:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 913 Words

Small cable operators, which apparently still exist, fear that they will be driven out of business by the sprawling new company that would combine NBC's programming with Comcast's vast network of 24 million subscribers. Those of us who remember the Frankenstein that...

Paul Korzeniowski
The Net Neutrality Debate: Still Sizzling
07/07/08 4:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 985 Words

They feel that every user should have the ability to use whatever service he or she desires without any additional fees. "Net Neutrality supporters want to prevent network operators such as AT&T , Comcast and Verizon from blocking or throttling any content that...

Sonia Arrison
Get Real - The Net Is Not Neutral
04/13/07 4:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 635 Words

... Comcast recently surprised users when it cut off Internet access to those it considers "bandwidth hogs." The incident calls for an examination of the link between net neutrality and digital piracy. Depending on what side of the net neutrality debate one is...

Mary Hillebrand
GTE Sues Cable Companies Over High Speed Internet Access
10/26/99 12:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 524 Words

... held telecommunications giant GTE filed a lawsuit against TCI and Comcast yesterday in an attempt to gain access to the two companies' Excite@Home Internet service. Calling the suit an "anti-trust" action, GTE is alleging that TCI, the cable division of AT&T ,...

Peter Suciu
Pay TV Firms Eke Out Tiny Gains in Customer Satisfaction
06/01/16 1:35 PM PT | CRM Buyer | 871 Words

Comcast and Time Warner Cable each saw slight gains. Comcast earned an overall score of 62, an increase of 2 percent, while TWC saw a 3 percent satisfaction increase to 59 percent. That was tied with Cox Communications. Mediacom's score of 54...

Jeff Kagan
When Internet Speed Kills Reliability
04/02/15 8:52 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 475 Words

You would think so, listening to the commercials for Comcast and Google, but people prefer reliability to speed.

Comcast has a fast Internet connection as well. When it works, it's great. However, I often lose the connection in my home. I have...

Richard Adhikari
Americans Mad as Hell Over Proposed Net Neutrality Rules
09/04/14 11:35 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 690 Words

About one-third of comments discussed the importance of competition among ISPs, mentioning "monopoly," "competition," and naming Comcast, Verizon and Time Warner. (Comcast is seeking to purchase Time Warner Cable, a move that has sparked fierce opposition.)

About 5 percent of...

Jeff Kagan
AT&T and Verizon May Start to Sweat in 2014
11/21/13 5:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 946 Words

Where they sell IPTV services, they compete with Comcast , Time Warner Cable and Cox.

In the wireless industry, they compete with each other as well as Sprint, T-Mobile, US Cellular, C-Spire and others.

In providing local phone and IP...

Jeff Kagan
Get Ready for World War TV
11/07/13 5:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 845 Words

In fact, I read last week that where they offer service, they have almost the same market share as the cable television company leaders like Comcast , Time Warner and Cox. That's an incredible accomplishment. Telecom is changing. If you pull the camera...

Jeff Kagan
The Skeletons in the Cable Companies' Closets
01/03/13 5:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 718 Words

It looked at many top cable players such as Comcast , Time Warner Cable, Cox, Cablevision and others. As competition finally starts to enter the picture, it spelled out some of the areas where the cable television industry falls flat and even hurts...

Jeff Kagan
Why Cablevision Is Tweaking Its Own Nose
09/13/12 5:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 941 Words

Every cable television company suffers the same problem, whether it is Comcast Xfinity, Time Warner , Cox, Bright House or any other company in the space.

One reason for that has been the lack of threat. There's been no competition. Now that...

Erika Morphy
TiVo, PayPal Get Clicking on TV Commerce
06/12/12 4:09 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 661 Words

It is joining forces with such companies as TiVo and Comcast to offer a way for consumers to buy products featured in interactive television ads. These PayPal-enabled advertisements are expected to begin airing this year.

For the initiative with TiVo, the company...

Jeff Kagan
The Future of Cable TV Is in Motion
05/31/12 5:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 1444 Words

It's About TV Everywhere
Comcast is one of the big players. Of course, it showed incredible growth and transformation in recent years with acquisitions, telephone, Xfinity and, of course, now the television side, with NBC.

Now Comcast is heading...

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