Google is making a twin-pronged push for safer encrypted email—even where it might cut against its own business interests.
CEO Brian Roberts strings along app makers, dangling the release of dev tools someday, before addressing the Comcast haterade.
What you need to know about the FCC’s not-exactly-clear approach to keeping the Internet open.
After a loss in court, the commission attempts to make new rules on how Internet service providers can run their networks.
Comcast makes its bid for a monopoly thanks to its $45 billion acquisition of Time Warner Cable.
Discussions are underway with Time Warner Cable and other cable and satellite providers, though there are still snags.
A partnership between Comcast, NBC Universal and Twitter will allow viewers to control TV functions through Twitter.
Xfinity customers’ home routers will soon be able provide public wireless Internet access, too. You got a problem with that?
Intel’s plans to launch a pay-TV service is likely to end as disastrously as its other stabs at the consumer electronics market. Remember Viiv? How about that fabulously successful Intel MP3 player?
The smart home of the future will bring untold conveniences and advantages. It will also raise major questions about digital privacy.
For one week, Comcast is giving customers a glorious amount of content, even access to every episode of “Game of Thrones,” for free. Why? Just to remind you who’s boss.