Streaming media: ever since YouTube became the world’s favorite source of cat videos, it’s been the wave of the future. This year’s CES proved no exception — between the idea of playing cloud-based console games on PlayStation Now and watching ultra-high-definition 4K TV on Netflix, streaming and cloud-based media are clearly still where all the tech companies want us to be. [More]
Yesterday, we posted an item about a reader who discovered that when a Comcast brochure promised “unlimited usage” of high-speed Internet, it in fact meant “limited, and you will lose service for a year if you go over again.” After the story hit the site, you would have expected Comcast to make sure that everyone at the company was on board about the exact definition of “unlimited,” but apparently not.
In January, Consumerist reader Matt received a brochure from Comcast touting their high-speed Internet service with “Unlimited usage for a flat, monthly rate.” But only one month after upgrading to Comcast’s “Ultra Tier,” he found out that, well… “unlimited” actually means “limited.”