Comcast's Brian Roberts Jokes About Failed Deal at Industry Show

Appearing at INTX: The Internet and Television Expo in Chicago, the remodeled annual Cable Show, Comcast chairman and CEO Brian Roberts on Tuesday said his team was really moving on from the failed Time Warner Cable acquisition and made fun of how it imploded amid regulators' opposition.
Addressing his TWC "friends," he said "thank you very much, you are very gracious."
He added that "we are moving on."
He then said that "the cloud has really changed everything," saying Comcast was launching a voice control remote for users of the firm's X1 cable platform for no extra charge.
He demonstrated the remote, which he said recognizes more than 3 million possible commands.