AT&T Sued By Government Over Misleading Customers On Data PlansAT&T is being sued by the government over allegations it misled millions of smartphone customers who were promised unlimited data but had their Internet speeds cut by the company—slowing their ability to open web pages or watch streaming video.
PHOTOS: Napa County's Butts Canyon Wildfire Explodes Past 3,200 Acres Upload and/or view some photos of the Napa County Wildfire, here...
Actor/Director Rob Reiner In-Studio w/ Alice@ 97.3’s Sarah & Vinnie!VIDEO: Iconic actor/director/writer Rob Reiner discusses his new film, "And So It Goes."
Jan Picks The Oscar-Nominated Films To Watch At HomeFor your home-viewing pleasure on DVD & download, Jan Wahl says you’ll be happy to know some of last week’s Oscar winning (or at least nominated) films are already available.
Hip Hop Trio 'De La Soul' Gives Away Music For FreeIconic rappers, De La Soul celebrates 25yrs by allowing downloads of their music...
Download Bay Area Screenplays of Award ContendersStudents of the art of screenwriting can peruse copies of scripts that movie studios are posting online to attract award interest...
'Black Box' In Newer Cars Raises Privacy Concerns For SomeA new law already approved by the Senate will make event data recorders - often referred to as "black boxes" - mandatory in new cars. But what will likely surprise a lot of car owners, and unnerve those concerned about digital privacy, is that box is probably already there.
Survey Finds More Apps Downloaded, Little More Time Spent Using ThemThe growing number of apps smart phone users download has not kept pace with the amount of time spent actually using them, according to a new Nielsen survey.
Zynga Acquires 'Draw Something' Game MakerOnline game maker Zynga has bought New York-based OMGPop, maker of the popular mobile game “Draw Something.”
Tech Watch: Crackdown On Illegal DownloadingSome of the biggest Internet Service Providers have agreed to crackdown on users who illegally download copyrighted material.
Tech Watch: Crackdown On Illegal DownloadingCNET is reporting that some of the nation's largest Internet service providers may soon start cracking down on people who illegally download copyrighted material.
Top Selling iPhone App Flying High On 1-Year AnniversaryPeople around the world were expected to flock to celebrations Saturday in honor of the one year anniversary of Angry Birds, Apple's top selling app in 2010.