CNET News Daily Podcast: You only need 250GB of downloads a month, says Comcast

Cable Internet provider outlines bandwidth usage cap policy; Apple and AT&T might allow tethering of the iPhone; and Nintendo Wii sales continue to propel the company forward.

Do you download more than 250GB of data per month? If you're a Comcast customer, you'll likely want to get out of the habit--quickly. Beginning October 1, the Internet provider said customers that use more than 250GB per month, per account will get their account disabled. It's got a lot of people in an uproar. Make sure to check out Webware.com's coverage of the news.

Also on Friday's podcast: Apple and AT&T could be looking at a plan to allow tethering of the iPhone, Nintendo Wii sales continue to propel the company forward, and is Napster for sale?


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Today's stories:

Comcast's cap plan

Nintendo shares soar on bumped-up forecast

Microsoft to drop $486 million for European shopping site

Google to buy GeoEye satellite imagery

IBM tests 4-terabyte solid-state drive tech

Napster won't rule out a sale

Tethering coming soon to iPhone 3G?

McCain taps outsider Palin to be VP

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