A large portion of the United States, from California in the west to New York in the east, is reporting that its internet services are down, spanning a variety of service providers.
The drive to offer gigabit service continues to grow with major internet service providers. Comcast, via its Xfinity service, plans to have 15 cities offering ultra-fast internet speeds in 2017.
Following the approval from the FCC over a merger with Time Warner Cable, Charter is becoming the second-largest cable service provider in the U.S., giving Comcast a run for its money.
If you think your cable TV bill is already high, you're going to be disappointed to hear what your service provider could have in store for you next year.
Comcast says it will shut down its Xfinity app on the Xbox 360, and remove the app from those consoles, on September 1, "to make way for new updates and improvements to our online experience".
The war over Internet TV is heating up with the announcement of Comcast Stream, an inexpensive way to watch TV on demand over the Internet but it's far from perfect.
A number of different Xbox services are down, including Xbox Fitness and Call of Duty for Xbox 360. There are no details on exactly what is happening, but Microsoft appears aware of the issues.
As the result of a complete failure of customer support, one Philadelphia reporter found a way to twist the arm of an entire network hard enough to make refusal of service impossible.
With gigabit Internet services slowly gaining momentum in parts of the world, Comcast is positioning itself to offer blazing fast Internet speeds with the help of new Broadcom chips.
Skype has announced that the cable company Comcast has started supporting Skype call on its Xfinity service, letting users make audio and video calls on their TV screens.
Earlier this month AT&T put in new broadband caps on its DSL and U-Verse Internet broadband services. It also started charging its customers overages fees if they go over those fairly small broadband caps. This...
Information security is always going to be a hot topic. When it comes to personal details, corporations are entrusted to secure that data. But if you are a Comcast subscriber, you may have another reason...
Comcast launched their High-Speed 2 Go service in Boston this week. The service normally works over WiMax networks operated by Clearwire and Sprint but in Boston they are only offering 3G EVDO coverage on Sprint's...