Comcast Ventures joins $50M funding round for startup AR firm; Bright House Networks tops Netflix's US ISP Speed Index for May

More cable news from across the web:

> Comcast Ventures is participating in a $50 million funding round for augmented reality startup Meta. Philadelphia Business Journal story

> Bright House Networks topped Netflix's U.S. ISP Speed Index for May with an average speed of 3.65 Mbps. Speed Index

> Sony's PlayStation VR headset will hit stores October 13 with a suggested retail price of $399. BBC News story

> Ravi Ahuja will replace the retiring Del Mayberry as chief financial officer of Fox Networks Group. Press release

Telecom News

> CenturyLink acquires ElasticBox to enhance hybrid IT service capabilities. Article

Wireless News

> "Differential privacy" is Apple's latest weapon in competition with Google's Android. Article

> T-Mobile adds PBS, PBS Kids and other partners to Binge On offering. Article

And finally… Microsoft has unveiled its Xbox One S gaming console, which includes 4K support and an UltraHD Blu-ray drive, retailing for $299. Videogamer story

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