In the Consumerist's annual competition, Comcast defeated Monsanto in a pulsatingly close poll -- and just as it's trying to take over Time Warner Cable too.
The original version of this story got the name of Netflix' new service wrong. It's called Open Connect.
Netflix is the first company to publicly oppose the giant merger between Comcast and Time Warner Cable. That’s largely a function of having the most to gain -- and least to lose -- from blasting it.
The cable provider is said to be seeking the exclusive pay-TV rights for "Despicable Me 2," which could put it in direct competition with movie-streaming services.
Sen. Al Franken, publicly opposing Comcast's proposed $45.2 billion merger with Time Warner Cable, says the cable giant can't claim it competes with TWC to secure one deal and then say it doesn't compete with TWC to win another.
Word has it that the cable operator is working on a mobile service that will primarily rely on Wi-Fi to deliver voice, text messaging, and data services. When Wi-Fi isn’t available, the service will use spectrum from traditional cellular carriers.
New report suggests the two companies are in the early stages of discussing a deal where an Apple set-top box would receive special treatment on Comcast's cables.
Comcast has risked almost nothing in its $45.2 billion bid to buy Time Warner Cable, according to a filing with the SEC.
How can one of the biggest mergers in the cable market ever be a good thing for consumers? CNET's Marguerite Reardon explains.
House of Cards is coming to Comcast Xfinity customers.