* As if Time Warner couldn’t do anything to piss its customers off more, the faux-monopoly’s now going to charge its customers for internet service based off their usage and then subsequently charge them up the ass if they go over their limit. Of course, the grand majority of it’s customers won’t know about this until they see those charges on their bills.
* This company takes advantage of it’s customers, especially in Los Angeles, where there’s no other choice than satellite-based provider, DirecTV. Missed deadlines, overcharges, and absolutely obismal customer service are just a few other pieces to the pie that proves TWC has little-to-zero respect for thier customer base.
* Not to mention, this goes in the complete opposite direction from the open-standards the internet was founded upon and needs to increasingly work towards.
* Shame on you Time Warner Cable….government contracts don’t give you the right to take advantage of consumers.
....anyone who has a conflicting opinion to this post, I would love to hear it.
I read further into this and apparently everything seen in the video is at the very least in conceptual stages at microsoft, who knows what conceptual actually means, but exciting to know that it's a possibility
What a cool video, I'm not sure...I'd say further down the line, like 2030, but who knows with how fast things are progressing these days.
Mr. Obama finally signed the $787 billion stimulus. Ok, great. Well now what? Here’s an easy to understand list of how the stimulus is going to affect the cleantech industry. We’ll be focusing on the $43 billion for energy and the $111 billion for infrastructure and science.
This could be google's most promising effort towards climate change yet.