So begins the long slog toward a future without set-top boxes.
As Comcast tries to convince legislators to approve its merger with Time-Warner cable, it appoints a senior executive to overhaul its customer experience.
Xfinity on Campus, offered at select schools, will let college students watch live and on-demand TV from their laptops, smartphones, and tablets. And maybe it will make them think twice about cutting the cable cord once they graduate.
Netflix is quickly racking up interconnection deals with the major U.S. ISPs in 2014. AT&T is the latest to grab a chair at the Netflix interconnection buffet.
The cable giant says it will review its training and incentive programs after a maddening customer service call goes viral.
It's understandable that Comcast wants to keep its subscribers from cutting the cord. But as this week indicated, it's got a funny approach toward retaining customers.
You didn't think you'd be able to cancel your Comcast subscription that easily, did you?
As Xfinity WiFi spreads west, so do concerns about the use of customers’ modems as both private and public Wi-Fi connections. Luckily, you have choices for opting out of the program.
Even if you've spurned cable TV, you're still likely to feel the impact from mega-bucks deals like the ones involving AT&T and DirecTV or Comcast snapping up Time Warner Cable. After all, cable providers have a built-in incentive for making cord cutting an unattractive option to their subscribers.
Don't call it a YouTube killer. Instead, Comcast is looking for a way around the bandwidth limitations of cable TV.