Modem vs. router: what's the difference? We explain their functions so you can better diagnose any issues prior to contacting technical support. We also talk about a few variants you'll see offered by ISPs and retailers.
For $5 a month, Xfinity Flex gives existing Xfinity internet subscribers a 4K- and HDR-ready set-top box that can stream video from YouTube, Netflix, Hulu, as well as free TV from apps like Cheddar and ESPN3.
At CES 2019, Comcast is rolling out a new digital security service called xFi Advanced Security that promises to monitor, analyze, and neutralize threats to any device connected to a user's home network.
Comcast's Xfinity Home security cameras can help the police catch Grinches who steal delivery packages from your home. The cameras use artificial intelligence to analyze moving objects and zoom in on faces at your door and license plates.
Comcast is aware of a massive outage today. Although the cause of the problem has been identified, Comcast has not given an estimate on when business and residential customers can expect their phone, video, and internet restored.
Comcast announced that it is endingits throttling practices for now. The company said with a stronger network, it doesn't need to slow down heavy internet users, but it reserves the right to change its decision in the future.
A Comcast bug may have leaked your home address, Wi-Fi name, and network password in plain text. Comcast has since shut down its Xfinity activation portal and claims that it doesn't believe any data was compromised.
After an initial launch in Boston and Chicago, Comcast's Xfi Pods are now available to all Xfinity internet subscribers across the nation in a three-pack for $119, or a six-pack for $199. They're compatible with only two gateways.
To fight Netflix and Hulu, Comcast is offering a free boost to faster internet speeds if customers sign up for a cable TV package. Comcast hopes that cord cutters may be lured back to pay-TV with faster download speeds.
Comcast is augmenting its Xfinity cable and internet service once again by adding a new functionality for customers to search for and track Tile's Bluetooth-enabled tracking devices and display the results on their TVs.
The FCC's net neutrality rules have officially ended. More than a dozen ISPs have pledged to stay honest, but can we trust them? Time will tell, but the FCC now has regulations in place to force transparency.