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Comcast narrows Q2 pay-TV customer losses to just 4,000

Comcast continues to report best-in-a-decade customer metrics, with the MSO reporting narrowed losses of just 4,000 pay-TV customers in the second quarter, the slowest period of the year for video subscriber growth.

Comcast makes push for X1 in custom install market

As it aggressively showcases its X1 video product in the run to the platform's big coming-out party, the Rio Summer Olympic Games, Comcast has opened the doors to its CXI unit, which supports the custom installation channel.

Comcast says Netflix usage on X1 will count against data cap

Despite having Netflix natively integrated into their X1 set-tops later this year, customers of the Comcast video service will still have their usage of the SVOD service subjected to the MSO's data cap, Comcast said.

An inside look at Comcast's 'Viper' development team

With Comcast involved in an all-out promotional blitz of its X1 platform amid the upcoming Summer Olympic Games in Rio, the MSO trotted out members of the video platform's development team (codenamed "Viper") for a Denver Post feature story, which ran today.

Comcast 'must capture the imagination of the customer' to succeed in wireless, Kagan says

In its second attempt to enter the U.S. wireless business, Comcast (NASDAQ: CMCSA) faces a significantly greater challenge, says analyst Jeff Kagan.

Comcast announces Xfinity prepaid internet and TV service

Comcast today announced Xfinity Prepaid Services, a pay-as-you-go offering that lets customers buy TV or internet service and add refills for either seven or 30 days.

Google Fiber holds off on Portland 1 Gig launch, may be exploring other service options

Google Fiber's mission to bring 1 Gbps service to Portland, Oregon, has hit another snag. The service provider is going to delay the buildout for the near future, according to a group of contractors and others close to Google Fiber that would be working to build out the fiber network.

Finding a place for wireless in the smart home

The connected home of tomorrow provides a vast number of opportunities for developers, device manufacturers and service providers. But how much opportunity will exist for mobile network operators is still unclear.

CSG tech-tracking app comes under fire for 'Uber-izing' cable installation business

A CSG International app designed to more efficiently automate the workflow of cable installers has come under fire from these workers, who claim the mobile app is adversely affecting their work...

CenturyLink and Frontier need to up investment to compete with Comcast and Charter, analyst says

Morgan Stanley analyst Simon Flannery says CenturyLink and Frontier Communications "need to increase capital spending to be more competitive" with cable operators in their regions, specifically Comcast and Charter.