Time Warner Cable says it has fully restored service after massive outage
Time Warner Cable officials said Friday that they have fully restored service to the large portion of the company's 2 million California customers who were unable to access the Internet on Thursday night.
Customers may have to reboot their modems and routers to restore the service, said Darryl Ryan, a Time Warner Cable spokesperson.
The Internet outage stretched from Northern California to San Diego and lasted several hours, sparking a flurry of angry messages on Twitter from outraged customers.
Ryan said the company is still investigating the cause of the outage.
-- Stephen Ceasar