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Chris Maxcer
Study: Cox, Comcast Play Traffic Cop Day and Night
05/15/08 3:36 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 744 Words

Like Comcast , which was the first major cable Internet service provider (ISP) to be outed for throttling peer-to-peer data, Cox says it interferes with the traffic to ensure quality service for all of its customers. Comcast's Internet service tampering garnered the attention...

Erika Morphy
Comcast Customer Sues to End P2P Interference
11/15/07 1:51 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 428 Words

... that Comcast is blocking Internet traffic to peer-to-peer (P2P) sites, namely BitTorrent and Gnutella , continue to bedevil the company. First, there was the media exposť, then the petition to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) by several consumer groups to enjoin Comcast...

Jay Lyman
Despite DSL Pressure, Comcast Touts High-Speed Customer Gains
10/31/03 10:43 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 713 Words

... giant Comcast increased the amount of attention directed toward broadband Internet services this week by announcing it had picked up nearly a half-million high-speed Internet customers in the last quarter -- a 39 percent gain from last year's third quarter. Comcast credited...

Jeff Kagan
Comcast-Netflix Deal: Watershed Moment for Web Content
02/27/14 5:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 703 Words

... Comcast Netflix deal represents a completely new and refreshing direction for the industry. It clears away much confusion and illuminates a clearer path for growth for all companies in the battle. This deal represents a watershed moment for Web content providers. Congratulations...

Rachelle Dragani
Comcast Recruits Twitter to Connect Viewers With Shows
10/10/13 9:21 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 778 Words

... Comcast is teaming up with Twitter to launch a new feature that will allow Twitter users to tune into live TV shows via the social network, making the site a go-to spot for television conversations and viewing. Dubbed "See It," the feature...

Keith Regan
Comcast Considers Pinching Pipes on Broadband Plans
05/08/08 3:17 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 744 Words

... a move sure to renew debate over how broadband access should be sold, Comcast is reportedly mulling a cap on how much data a customer buying its basic high-speed Internet access package can use each month. Comcast, the No. 2 provider of...

Keith Regan
Comcast Profit Soars on Triple Play Success
04/26/07 1:19 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 590 Words

... giant Comcast's profit rose 80 percent in the first quarter, the company stated. One-time gains aided results, and demand for the company's triple play bundle of Web, TV and calling services remained robust. The Philadelphia-based company's revenue for the quarter hit...

Richard Adhikari
Comcast, Google Can Publish Users' Email Contents
08/02/17 4:21 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 634 Words

... Comcast's Terms of Service for its Xfinity Internet service gives it, its agents, suppliers and affiliates the right to "reproduce, publish, distribute and display" the content worldwide. It also lets third parties copy, republish or distribute material posted or transmitted using...

Jeff Kagan
Is Comcast, TWC Dead or Just Sleeping?
04/30/15 9:05 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 566 Words

... that the Comcast , Time Warner Cable merger deal has failed, what's next? I think it's likely that if Time Warner Cable is still around, the deal might be tried once again in a few years after the industry has transformed itself.

Erika Morphy
Comcast-TWC Customers: Be Afraid, Very Afraid
02/19/14 10:32 PM PT | CRM Buyer | 577 Words

... federal regulators mull the possible antitrust ramifications of the proposed US$45 billion merger between Comcast and Time Warner Cable, the companies' customers also are considering the fallout from this deal. Both companies have a reputation for poor customer service, and the fear...

Erika Morphy
Xohm Rollout Troubled by Comcast's Shadow
10/01/08 1:13 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 695 Words

That was before Comcast's run-in with Internet consumer advocates and the Federal Communications Commission earlier this year.

In its service agreement, Sprint Nextel includes boilerplate language reserving the right to "use various tools and techniques designed to limit the bandwidth available...

Keith Regan
Comcast, Nortel and Cisco Team to Blend IP and TV Transmissions
12/12/05 1:28 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 656 Words

... to bridge the gap between traditional cable television and the Internet , three heavyweights from the two fields said they had forged a partnership to develop ways to make the two data-transport channels more open to each other. Comcast said it would...

Phil Adamsak
Comcast Reports Strong Q3 Growth
10/27/04 12:15 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 296 Words

... Comcast , the largest U.S. cable operator, today posted a third-quarter profit on better-than-expected gains in high-speed Internet customers and raised its full-year outlook for subscriber growth. The Philadelphia-based company added 549,100 new high-speed Internet customers in the third quarter, well ahead...

Richard Adhikari
TWC Bungle Could Jeopardize Comcast Merger
08/28/14 12:20 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 586 Words

Will the Deal with Comcast Go Through?
It remains to be seen whether the outage might lead regulators to view Comcast's proposed purchase of TWC differently. The deal had sparked strong opposition prior to Wednesday's event.

Regulators in New...

Susan B. Shor
TiVo: Saved by Comcast?
03/15/05 11:57 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 388 Words

TiVo and Comcast today announced a deal that may be a reprieve for the beleaguered digital video recorder company. One analyst, however, wonders what the benefit is for TiVo's partner. "I'm a little perplexed," Todd Chanko, media analyst at Jupiter Research, told TechNewsWorld.

Keith Regan
Cable Giant Comcast To Offer VoIP Phone Service
01/10/05 1:13 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 673 Words

... television giant Comcast plans to roll out a Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) service to all of its customers by the end of 2005, arriving to the party later than some competitors but bringing with it the type of deep pockets and...

Nora Macaluso
EarthLink Gains on Comcast Test Alliance
03/27/01 11:13 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 249 Words

EarthLink (Nasdaq: ELNK) picked up 13 U.S. cents to $12.19 in morning trading Tuesday, after the Internet service provider said Comcast Communications (Nasdaq: CMCSA) will try offering the company's broadband services over one of its cable systems. EarthLink said its high-speed broadband Internet...

Erika Morphy
AT&T May Be Suiting Up to Battle Comcast
05/13/14 11:22 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 687 Words

The merger would be the largest in the telecom sector in years, and if it were to go through, it would significantly realign the players in the industry, placing AT&T in an optimal position to compete against Comcast , which currently is...

Keith Regan
Google, Comcast Said to Talk AOL Ownership Stake
10/13/05 9:34 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 729 Words

... a possible three-way partnership that could dramatically alter the Web portal space overnight, search giant Google and cable company Comcast are reportedly talking about acquiring a minority stake in America Online. Under the reported deal, the two companies would buy a minority...

Erika Morphy
Comcast, Panasonic Kick TV Time-Shifting Into High Gear
01/08/08 8:53 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 381 Words

... Comcast and Panasonic are upping their strike capabilities in the consumer entertainment tech wars with the introduction of the AnyPlay portable digital video recorder. With a standard-definition, 60-gigabyte hard drive and DVD/CD player, AnyPlay gives consumers more flexibility in how they watch...

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What do you see as the biggest obstacle to mainstream adoption of video calling?
Too many steps are required to reach a contact.
Video quality is often poor -- dropped calls, frozen images.
There's no advantage to face-to-face communication in most cases.
Too many people feel uncomfortable on live cameras.
There are too many security and privacy issues.
The trend is away from personal engagement and toward texting.
The obstacles are fading, and video calling is well on its way to adoption.
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