The Google executive in charge of the company’s new Stadia game-streaming service says he thinks data caps won’t be a problem—but his prediction largely depends on the generosity of ISPs.
In an interview Friday with GameSpot, Google VP Phil Harrison said his confidence stems from US broadband providers’ history of treating their customers well.
As he told GameSpot:
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