Are you stuck with Time Warner Cable? Did your internet get all funky tonight? Don’t worry: you’re not the only one—and you may be able to fix the problem pretty easily.
Congratulations, Time Warner Cable. You're so terrible that you've convinced the masses not just to knock out EA—two-time winner of the Worst Company in America award—but to knock them out in the first round.
This is the best part of Internet outages—when the Internet service provider blames the hardware, and vice versa. The customers really don't care what the problem is. But a "a subset of Time/Warner ISP users" that haven't been able to connect to Xbox Live since noon yesterday still can't get into the system today.
For six hours now "a subset of Time/Warner ISP users" have had problems connecting to Xbox Live, says Microsoft.
A broadband tiered-pricing trial by Time-Warner Cable has rankled many, particularly gamers, who fear sock-it-to-me overages incurred by online gaming. Sony, Microsoft and OnLive have now weighed in, and they're not too worried.
Broadband internet provider Time Warner Cable seems to have caved slightly to the rising public sentiment against their plans to charge its subscribers for the amount of bandwidth they use.
Broadband internet provider Time Warner Cable is making good on its plans to charge its subscribers for the amount of bandwidth they consume, a decision that could have a serious impact on your cable bill.