A Caltrans spokesman said Wednesday that construction on the Bay Bridge’s new eastern span is reaching “another historic occasion” as workers finish the compaction of the main cable that snakes through the bridge’s tower and under the deck.
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.
A coalition of community groups has filed suit to stop AT&T from installing hundreds of utility boxes on sidewalks throughout San Francisco because they believe the boxes will compromise the beauty of the city.
Even with a fee hike, Netflix subscribers will be spending less each month than what it costs two adults to watch a single movie in a theater…
The San Francisco Board of Supervisors decided Tuesday to delay for a third time a vote on a plan by AT&T to upgrade its network in the city.
The San Francisco Board of Supervisors has twice delayed a vote on the company’s plan, and after the second continuance last month, AT&T said it will propose a scaled-back version of the proposal.
A plan to upgrade AT&T’s network in San Francisco was again delayed by the Board of Supervisors Tuesday.
The San Francisco Board of Supervisors delayed a decision Tuesday that is vital to AT&T’s plan to upgrade its Internet, cable and landline phone service in the city.
Pro sports teams everywhere have a problem. With more live sporting events available on TV and cable, with multi-screen HD, slow motion replay and soon high-quality 3-D, will fewer fans buy tickets to go the stadium or ball park?
Cable companies have been losing TV subscribers at an ever faster rate in the last few months, and satellite TV isn’t picking up the slack.