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Mediocre Yankees are proving Comcast's point in YES dispute

At 39-39, and eight games back of the division leading Baltimore Orioles, the New York Yankees are doing little to change the mind of Comcast (NASDAQ: CMCSA), which dumped the team's Northeast-reaching regional sports network, YES, over the winter.

Comcast: 50 percent of our traffic will be IPv6-enabled by end of 2016

BOSTON-- Comcast has set an ambitious goal to enable more of its network with IPv6 addressing, reflecting a need to support more devices and functions on its network.

Comcast slows plan to upgrade program guide for older, non-X1 Motorola set-tops

Comcast is not placing high priority on plans to upgrade the program guide on its older Motorola set-tops not operating on the X1 platform.

Comcast/NBCU to broadcast 85 hours of Olympics coverage in VR

NBCUniversal said it will stream 85 hours of Summer Olympics coverage in virtual reality to authenticated pay-TV users equipped with Samsung Galaxy smartphones and Samsung Gear VR headsets.

DreamWorks Animation chief Katzenberg sued over Comcast deal

DreamWorks Animation chief executive Jeffrey Katzenberg has been sued by shareholders, who say he improperly feathered his nest amid the $3.8 billion takeover of the company by Comcast last month.

Comcast customers in Boston hit with overnight outage

Comcast said an overnight network outage affecting the Boston area was caused by routine maintenance.

New Street: Cable companies could take 20% of the wireless market in 5 years

U.S. carriers are a risky investment as cable operators plot to elbow their way into the wireless market, according to analysts at New Street Research.  

Massachusetts official backs Comcast cable over fiber for rural expansion project

The commissioner for the Massachusetts Department of Telecommunications Cable is throwing her support to Comcast cable over another fiber-based proposal in a battle to win state grants for rural broadband expansion.

Comcast's Q2 video subscriber numbers should benefit from Verizon strike, analyst says

Comcast's second-quarter video and broadband subscriber number estimates got a slight bump from Jefferies analysts, who credited the increase in part to Verizon's now-resolved wireline worker strike with the CWA and IBEW unions.

Smart home devices slow to catch on in U.S. broadband households

Comcast's recent purchase of iControl may be a signal that service providers are trying to get a piece of the smart home services market, but in reality these services aren't resonating with consumers.