The national carrier launches 4G LTE in seven new markets and expands in two more.
The National Insurance Crime Bureau released its annual list of cities with the most stolen cars, and the West Coast has the dubious honor of beating out all other regions of the country.
The carrier extends its faster HSPA+ network on the iPhone-compatible 1900 megahertz band to 10 new markets.
The company is adding 4G wireless service in four areas, bringing the total number of markets to 48.
The two cities are the latest to tap into AT&T's 4G LTE network, just in time for the new iPhone.
Modesto, Calif., has been hit hard by the housing crisis and already has double-digit unemployment. Nonetheless, there are plenty of shoppers in the new local Apple Store.
Twenty-four dealerships will have solar canopies installed to help promote GM's Chevy Volt plug-in car and lower their electricity costs.
This Diskeeper software along with an 8GB SanDisk SSD apparently cut Windows boot times and program launch times significantly.
On Thursday, the wireless carrier will expand its LTE coverage into 27 new markets and 44 existing markets as it maintains its lead over rivals AT&T and Sprint Nextel.
All three 4G providers--Sprint, Clearwire, and Comcast--are expanding their 4G coverage under their own brands to up to 18 additional markets.