Comcast’s Xfinity Share streaming app now available for all Xfinity users

Live streaming now is not just about binge-watching on Netflix or Hulu. With the advent of such apps like Periscope and Meerkat, Facebook’s foray into Live sessions for celebrities, and even gamers streaming their gameplay, users want the ability to share their most important moments with people who matter, and they want to do it live. Comcast a few months ago launched their own live streaming service to limited users, but now, all Xfinity subscribers will be able to use the service and app as well.

Comcast, EA Games partner up for Xfinity TV gaming

Comcast and EA revealed a partnership today to get people gaming on their high-bandwith Comcast X1 set-top box. They call it "Xfinity Games" and the US cable outfit is partnering up with video gaming giant EA to bring casual gaming to big screen TVs that have Comcasts’s X1 set-top box. The new servicer, now in beta launch, is aimed squarely at families who want to play casual games on their TV.

Comcast launches new streaming service called Stream

If you do a random survey on the street and ask people where and how they watch their favorite TV shows and movies, chances are you’ll get a high percentage of respondents who will not say that they watch on actual TV sets. With on demand streaming services like Netflix, Amazon, Hulu, etc, more and more people are accessing their video content on their mobile devices and when they want to. Comcast is the latest to join the fray with their new service called Stream.

Xfinity Share app lets you livestream on to your TV

There may be livestreaming apps like Periscope (still not on Android) and Meerkat (now on Android beta) now available to showcase live events, but what if you just wanted a select group of people to be able to view this live video? If you're a Comcast subscriber, there is now an app that will let you do so, for your loved ones to be able to see what's going on at a birthday party, a family dinner, even a wedding, even when they're far away.

Comcast may be teaming up with Verizon for VoIP service

A new report suggests Comcast may be involving themselves in the mobile carrier game. The cable company, lamented by many for their ongoing attempt to purchase Time Warner Cable, may be working on VoIP service on the back of their wireless offerings for the home. While the service is said to be dependent on WiFi, Comcast may have other plans for the service as well.