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  • Blog Post: Comcast Teams Up With EA For Streaming Game Service

    Comcast has announced that it is partnering with EA to deliver games to televisions with no added equipment. If you are an Xfinity customer, you can sign up for a beta starting today. The team-up requires no additional controllers, as smartphones and tablets are used in their stead. Supported titles... More
  • Blog Post: Comcast Continues To Block HBO Go On PlayStation 3 And PlayStation 4

    The HBO Go app recently launched on the PlayStation 4, but users soon discovered that Comcast was continuing to block the use of the app to its subscribers. While every other major Internet service provider approves HBO Go on their backend, Comcast is a hold out and won’t verify that users are... More
  • Blog Post: Report: EA And Comcast To Partner On Game Streaming To TVs

    A new report suggests that a deal is in the works for EA to stream its games to Comcast customers. The technology would use Comcast’s X1 set top box. Reuters reports that it has multiple sources that have shared details that would see EA’s library of games available to some of Comcast’s... More
  • Blog Post: Look Out Microsoft, Comcast Has Had Its Own X1 For A Year

    Last week was all about Microsoft and its new console, the Xbox One. We missed a big story, though. Comcast stepped up to the plate on the very same day with a new video for its own media monster. Meet… the X1. This device has it all. Leveraging the power of the Xfinity service (not to be confused... More
  • Blog Post: Rumor: Cable Providers To Offer Video Game Streaming Services

    According to Bloomberg.com , companies like Time Warner Cable, Comcast, and Verizon may begin experimenting with video game streaming services as early as next year. "Trials of cloud-gaming services are likely to start later this year so carriers can test and tweak the technology before wider deployments... More
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Bringing Comcast, Syfy, HBO, and More to Xbox Live

    After months of rumors , Microsoft has finally announced its official plans for bringing a wide selection of cable and broadcast television programming to Xbox Live. Major Nelson, the official Xbox blogger, just posted a long list of entertainment partners that have signed on to bring programming to... More
  • Blog Post: Bloomberg: Xbox Live Set To Add For-Pay Comcast And Verizon Cable Programming

    The news service Bloomberg is reporting that Microsoft is set to pull off a major coup in its efforts to make the Xbox 360 a one-stop home entertainment hub. According to a story posted today, Xbox Live is readying agreements with Comcast, Verizon, and other cable TV providers to bring live for-pay TV... More
  • Blog Post: Report: 360 Getting Cable TV Later This Fall?

    Microsoft may be in talks with cable companies to transform the 360 gaming console into a cable box. The news comes via a post at Digiday that went up yesterday, which cites multiple unnamed sources regarding conversations that the media giant is having with both Comcast and Verizon FiOS. The same reports... More
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