When it comes to providing consumers with movies and TV shows online, Netflix is king with its more than 20 million subscribers. But the competition for serving up content on computers, TV screens and mobile devices is heating up fast.
The nuclear power industry had been experiencing something of a rebirth in the United States, following decades of doubt. That's been put at risk by the crisis unfolding at a nuclear power plant in Japan in the wake of a devastating quake and tsunami there.
With that situation still in flux, attention should remain focused on dealing with the immediate safety issues in Japan, says Jim Owen, a spokesman for the Edison Electric Institute, an association of electric utility companies.
The U.S. military has been using drones — unmanned, remote-controlled aircraft — for years to conduct surveillance and launch attacks on isolated targets. And now homemade versions of these flying robots have become wildly popular, first with hobbyists and now with entrepreneurs.
But while the tiny civilian aircraft may have lots of potential, the government isn't quite sure how to deal with them.
Here's something different after a lot of news about war, tragedy and suffering.
Tell Me More today caught up with the story of "real life superheroes" such as the (Washington) DC's Guardian and Seattle's Phoenix Jones — two guys who disguise themselves in some pretty wild costumes (or uniforms, as DC Guardian calls them), guard their identities and go out on the streets of their cities to fight crime.