What if the passengers of Flight 370 tried to send messages before the plane went missing?
That's a crucial question not only for family members of the passengers, but for investigators who want to know what happened in the flight's final moments.
If and when the plane is found, forensic experts say personal cell phones and electronics may be the key to solving one of the biggest aviation mysteries in history.
Our Ted Rowlands is Outfront with the story.
Families of those aboard Flight 370 are grappling with the news from the Malaysian government that no one survived.
But they still want evidence.
Authorities are hoping to find that physical evidence when the weather improves and the search resumes.
In an exclusive OutFront report, CNN's Rosa Flores got access to a high-tech underwater vehicle, which could help find that critical evidence.
If the deal is approved, the combined group will be the country's dominant provider of television channels and Internet connections, reaching roughly one in three American homes.
"This isn't about TV anymore - it's about controlling a fatter, more intelligent pipe for multiple services that emanate from it," including broadband Internet, phone and home security monitoring, said Tim Hanlon, the founder of the Vertere Group, an investment advisory firm that focuses on media and technology.
Comedian John Oliver is the latest to take a jab at Google for creating what some in San Francisco say is a painful divide between the haves and the have-nots.
On Tuesday, he took issue with a topic that OutFront has reported on - the plush and private shuttle buses being used to transport Google and other tech workers from San Francisco to their offices in Silicon Valley.
“You’re no longer the underdog!” Oliver exclaimed. He pointed out, the tech community in San Francisco is “pissing off an entire city – not just with what you do at work, but how you get to work!”
Oliver also went after the high salaries paid to the tech employees, which have caused rent prices to skyrocket.
“You’re accused of over-gentrifying a city that was already the most expensive city to live in," Oliver said.
Is all this Google-bashing fair?
Mediaite's Joe Concha is OutFront.