By The Hill Staff - 10/10/13 12:57 PM EDT
Microsoft's board is planning to replace outgoing CEO Steve Ballmer by the end of the year, according to Bloomberg.
Beginning Oct. 31, T-Mobile will no longer charge customers "roaming fees" when they use their data and texting domestic plans while traveling in more than 100 countries, The Associated Press reports.
Comcast's new feature See It will allow Twitter users to view some television content within tweets sent by Comcast-owned channels, The New York Times reports.
Cable companies, including Comcast and Time Warner Cable, are moving into the home security market, according to Reuters.