A Sacramento mother who received monthly bills from AT&T after closing her account was told by the company it wasn’t sending a bill, even as they kept on coming.
The California Highway Patrol has closed the eastbound lanes of Highway 4 in Hercules Tuesday afternoon after a vehicle struck a telephone pole causing live wires to fall across the lanes and stop traffic.
Brazen thieves are now knocking down utility poles in rural areas of Central California to get valuable copper wiring.
Apple’s success is good for the U.S. economy, and some businesses, like software developers and memory-chip makers, have benefited from the disruption Apple is causing. But its enormous gains have resulted in others’ pains, sometimes in unexpected places.
Smartphone thieves could soon be stopped in their digital tracks with a new database that will allow service providers to block service to stolen phones.
AT&T is caving to complaints that it’s placing unreasonable limits on the “unlimited data” plans it offers smartphone subscribers.
We spent four days at the AT&T Pro-Am and I scribbled down a few notes.
San Francisco city staff members patrolling high crime areas as community ambassadors are now being equipped with high tech tools.
A judge earlier this week issued an indefinite stay on a decision in July by the San Francisco Board of Supervisors to allow AT&T to install hundreds of utility boxes around the city.
First-day pre-orders of Apple’s iPhone 4S have topped 1 million, breaking the record set by last year’s model.