Wednesday, February 27, 2013
Customers who get the company’s Blast!, Extreme 50 and Performance plans will enjoy faster Internet, downloads.
Comcast announced some good news for many of its customers in Chicagoland Tuesday, saying it will increase the speeds of two of its most popular XFINITY Internet speed plans, Blast! and Extreme 50, in the greater Chicago region next month for no additional cost. Earlier: Comcast Adding 170 Jobs in Naperville for New Business Center Customers will enjoy more than twice as fast Internet speeds on multiple devices, allowing them to surf, chat, stream HD movies and TV shows, or game online with double the speed, according to a press release from the company. A representative for Comcast said speed will increase for the Blast! And Extreme 50 plans in mid- to late March. Get news in your inbox. Sign up for the Patch newsletter. Like Naperville …
Wednesday, February 6, 2013
Comcast plans to hire nearly 200 employees for its recently opened executive briefing center in Naperville.
Comcast will be adding 170 jobs in Naperville and giving customers more services with the addition of a new facility within the city. Get news in your inbox. Sign up for the Patch newsletter. Like Naperville Patch on Facebook. The company held a ribbon-cutting Tuesday at its new executive briefing center, 1415 W. Diehl Rd., which is part of a larger facility the company opened last year that also houses customer support services, according to Comcast. Currently, the facility has about 230 employees and plans are underway to hire an additional 170 this year for a total of 400, according to Comcast. “With an educated workforce, convenient location, and array of services, Naperville is a great place to do business,” said Mayor A. George …
Thursday, September 27, 2012
Naperville Huskies fans, be sure to tune in Thursday night to Comcast's CN100 for a new episode of 'All In.'
Wednesday, September 5, 2012
Huskies football fans will get an in-depth look at Naperville North's football program in new Comcast show on CN100.
Naperville North High School football fans grab your remotes and fire up your DVRs tomorrow night for a behind-the-scenes look at Huskies football. Comcast's new show All In, which debuts Sept. 6 at 6 p.m. on CN100, will give fans a glimpse at what goes into making Naperville North High School's top-tier football program. Viewers will be able to learn more about student-athletes, coaches as well as alumni and community support. “Naperville North is incredibly proud of the success our football program has enjoyed over the past few decades in terms of wins and championships, but more importantly in the way it has shaped the lives of thousands of young men,” Naperville North Athletic Director Jim Konrad said in a Comcast press release. “We …
Sunday, May 6, 2012
Patch partners with Comcast to bring you the game of the week as Metea Valley and Plainfield North girls soccer teams faced off. Catch the highlights on video.
Sunday, May 6, 2012
This week's CN100 Game of the Week featured Metea Valley vs. Plainfield North girls soccer teams. Find great prep sports action all season long with the CN100 Game of the Week. Tune in Saturdays at noon and 4 p.m., Mondays and Tuesday at 7 p.m. and anytime with Comcast Digital Cable On Demand. Want even more? Check out schedules and game clips on the cn100 website. You can also visit the cn100 Game of the Week Facebook page, or follow on Twitter. Also, check out our weekly crowd craziness - Battle of the Fans - on Facebook and see who has the biggest and wildest student sections. When all the action is done, catch up on the best in Chicago-area prep sports with CN100 Sports Weekly.
Friday, January 21, 2011
Local woman asks judge to allow her IP address to remain anonymous.
In a world where a Hollywood film company wants to stop illegal downloading of its movies, Iris Tam just wants to remain unknown. Tam, a Naperville resident, recently filed paperwork asking a DuPage County judge to block her Internet provider—Wide Open West, known as WOW!—from releasing any of her personal information to Los Angeles-based production company, Voltage Pictures. Tam's request doesn't involve witness protection or any other plot you'd find in a Hollywood thriller. In fact, her filing doesn’t exactly say why Tam—who did not return a message seeking comment—has turned to the courts for such anonymity. However, the answer might be rooted in a federal lawsuit filed by Voltage in May 2010. The company is suing at least 5,000 "John …