It's the last business day of 2006 and AT&T wants to finish the year with FCC approval for its purchase of BellSouth. Last night it offered up some consumer-friendly concessions that might do the trick. Dan Grech reports.
Or at least they could one day soon, say researchers who've been studying possible scenarios for the next 50 years. They conclude robots might play a major role in the global economy. Stephen Beard has details.
The FCC decides tomorrow whether to make it easier for phone companies to enter local cable markets. Increased competition would likely drop prices for consumers, but public access channels could suffer. Sam Eaton reports.