A software engineer living in Washington state may have no choice but to sell the home he bought last December because, despite repeatedly checking with Comcast before he even considered buying the property, the company just can't (or won't) give him internet service.
Looks like Comcast has un petit disaster on its hands: For the second time in 2015, someone at the company has taken creative license with a customer's name.
It's no secret that dealing with cable companies is only slightly less miserable than dragging yourself naked through the fires of Mordor. But there are ways of handling the irritating things big corporations do to you. Pulling a gun on a cable worker is not one of those ways.
In a somewhat surprise merger, Comcast is set to acquire Time Warner Cable for about $45 billion, uniting the two biggest cable companies in the U.S. When reached for comment about the merger, representatives from both companies said "someone would be by between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. to explain it more." And this has been…
A single tweet from Reel Grrls, and Comcast's response to it, caused a lot of trouble this week.