Comcast and tech giants Amazon, Google, Microsoft, Apple and Samsung are racing to develop voice platforms. "Voice is so intuitive because everyone knows how to talk," says Comcast executive Tony Werner.
Comcast Corp. gave the most of a group of about 20 politically influential companies and organizations to host a private room for lawmakers at the 2016 Republican Convention, published reports say. Comcast had no comment.
NBC News says that, in retrospect, it may have given up on the Harvey Weinstein story too easily.
Learfield manages advertising and marketing for more than 100 arenas and colleges, including all teams for the Pennsylvania State University Nittany Lions.
Comcast's Instant TV joins a crowded field of on-demand and live streaming services. The new services push the industry toward "à la carte" but analysts warn they could be pricey for consumers.
The Comcast Corp. unit, which invests in start-ups, is looking to see whether midday dining can be a subscription business - like cable TV. So far, MealPal has dished up 3 million meals and raised $35 million.
Cable giant Comcast Corp. takes a big step toward consolidating its regional sports networks around the United States, including those in Philadelphia, Chicago and Boston, under NBC.
It's happening: Cable TV without cable boxes and wires.
Comcast and other pro sports franchise owners are looking to the booming growth of video game-based e-sports and want part of the action. The cable giant has acquired a Philly franchise for the Overwatch league.
NBC News reporter's first scoop - on Amazon - shows how the internet giant and Comcast are competitors.
Pennsylvania regulators say Verizon Communications doesn't haven't to blanket-deliver ad-supported yellow pages and business white pages to everyone in the state.
CEO says the company will overcome as as concerns swirl over streamers and the hurricanes.
Irma's winds have caused power outages, which have battered Comcast's cable operations.
With Hurricane Irma bearing down on Florida, Comcast Corp. says this storm, along with Harvey, will hurt its TV business. AT&T and Verizon also are making life difficult for the nation's largest cable-TV operator.