Two of Aereo's 11 cities have stopped accepting new customers, as the company that streams over-the-air broadcasts runs out of capacity in Atlanta and New York ahead of the Olympics.
After breaking from Antarctica, the massive iceberg could drift toward South America and threaten shipping lanes.
The ride-sharing company expands to three new cities, bringing its pink mustaches to a total of 10 markets in the US.
In June, the capital of Georgia will be the third city to get the TV streaming service, following New York and, from this Wednesday, Boston.
The relocation brings Samsung Telecommunications America closer to the company's TV, appliance, and other electronics businesses, but it's causing some employee departures.
To follow the desires of its tech-savvy customers, electronics company Newegg starts accepting payments in the virtual currency. Bonus: lower transaction costs, better international sales supports.
The painting skills of Banksy, Shepard Fairey, and dozens more are now preserved in the Google Street Art Project.
CNET takes a trip to AT&T Mobility's headquarters in Atlanta to check out the carrier's vision for the future of phone shopping.
The mere promise of Google Fiber seems to be enough to send rivals scrambling to deliver ultrafast Internet service at a reasonable price. Just look at Austin, Texas.
The telecom adds more than 1 million wireless customers, including 625,000 subscribers who signed on to a long-term contract.