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Latest Comcast news

  • Community groups duped into anti-net neutrality group

    However it has been revealed that Broadband for America largely funded by a single contribution from the National Cable and Telecom Association (NCTA) which is the trade group that represents Comcast, Cox, and Time Warner Cable.
  • Google wants Divide to conquer

    The company had raised some $25 million from investors including Google Ventures, Comcast Ventures, Qualcomm Ventures, Globespan Capital Partners and Harmony Partners.
  • FCC changes its mind on net neutrality again

    The revised proposal would stop large internet providers such as Comcast from brokering deals with content companies on special terms, and would seek comment on whether "paid prioritisation” which is PR speak for when broadband providers slow access to nonpaying companies' sites and services  should
  • Apple TV is not happening

    All last week the press was all a flutter about how Apple is talking to Comcast about building a new streaming service for TV is fascinating. There was serious debate about how Apple was supporting a two tiered internet and other matters connected to the product.
  • Netflix caves into Comcast on throttling

    The US no longer has net neutrality after the telco Comcast managed to force Netflix to pay up or be throttled.
  • Comcast to buy Time Warner Cable

    Comcast is buying Time Warner Cable for $45.2 billion in an all-stock deal which means that money will not be changing hands.
  • Comcast hijacks browsers for Big Content

    The ISP Comcast has revealed how it will deal with its customers under the new six strikes and you're out law.
  • Grim DNS bug still alive and well

    These include Comcast, Data Mountain, Infoblox, PayPal and Sprint. Dyncorp, Simon Property and Juniper Networks have done so partly.
  • Sprint snaps up the rest of Clearwire for $2.2 billion

    The transaction was unanimously approved by Clearwire's board, with shareholding companies such as Comcast and Intel indicating their support for the deal.
  • FBI frustrated by private sector telcos

    In a report acquired by the Electronic Frontier Foundation, Homeland Security acknowledged that other mobile and broadband companies had also caused problems for data gathering, including T-Mobile, Comcast and MetroPCS.
  • Comcast sticks two fingers up at Big Content

    US ISP Comcast has finally said "enough is enough" and that it will not waste time helping Big Content chase file sharers.
  • AMD loses its chief technical officer

    At the same time, AMD said it had hired Paul Struhsaker to oversee its business unit. Struhsaker formerly worked at Comcast, where he was a senior vice president in charge of server applications.
  • Carriers kill the cloud

    Wired has reported how Andre Vrignaud, a 39-year-old gaming consultant in Seattle, was shut off from the internet for the crime of using more than 250 GB of data on Comcast two months in a row.
  • Child porn Wi-Fi hacker jailed for 18 years

    The forensics computer expert working for Kostolnik's law firm looked at the packet logs for those sessions and amongst the data they found traffic containing Ardolf's name and Comcast account
  • Hurt Locker goes for dubious award

    According to TorrentFreakmost of those sued are subscribers of Comcast (10,532), followed by Verizon (5,239), Charter (2,699) and Time Warner (1,750)
  • FCC's revolving door into telcos probed

    Darrell Issa is a little concerned that FCC Commissioner Meredith Attwell Baker moved from the FCC to a top government affairs job at Comcast/NBC Universal, soon after allowing the same outfit to buy a majority stake in NBC.
  • FCC commissioner quits to work for the enemy

    The independence of the US FCC appears somewhat compromised after a commissioner quit her job as a watchdog protecting the country from the anticompetitive antics of the big telcos to join, er, Comcast.
  • McAfee warns of new porny worm

    Fox News said the virus took down servers at US space agency NASA and companies such as cable giant Comcast. It seems that people will do any thing to get their paws on porn, even disabling their common sense.

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