Wall Street Journal has finally revealed that the FCC is all set to approve AT&T’s $49 billion acquisition of the satellite television company DirecTV. Commission Chairman Thomas Wheeler has just confirmed that he will call a vote regarding this matter with FCC’s other four commissioners. This proposal, according to Wheeler, will ‘directly benefit the customers’ […]
T-Mobile has a mission, they are going to do everything it takes to pull customers away from AT&T and Verizon. They just launched a crazy new offering where they will pay off your entire balances owed on any financing that was originated to buy any smartphones or tablets. It seems really enticing for many folks as […]
Samsung Galaxy Tab S 8.4 and Galaxy Tab S 10.5 from AT&T.
HTC One M8 for Windows to be launched on AT&T later this year.
AT&T GoPhone Nokia Lumia 520 available for $39.99 at Amazon.
We’ve all heard by now how wireless carriers in the United States routinely hand over their phone records over to the federal government as part of the latter’s counterterrorism investigations and efforts. What we didn’t know is that these wireless carriers are being paid to pass that call data onto the CIA and other government agencies.
We saw the revealing of the Lumia 1520 in Abu Dhabi earlier this week, but we didn’t know how much it was going to cost at launch. Now, there’s word that AT&T will be selling the 6-inch phablet for as little as $199.99 on a qualifying two-year contract.
ou may have seen the Moto X on sale for $100 through Best Buy and Amazon already, but those are just the standard version. Now, AT&T has equally slashed the price down on the Moto X to $99.99 and that includes Moto Maker customizations.
AT&T will reportedly get the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 which boasts a Snapdragon 800 CPU. And we are also hearing about an octa-core Exynos 5420 powered version of the device which is headed to many countries around the world.
The latest info suggests that the Moto X will be launched on all major US carriers on the 23rd of this month. That’s only two weeks away!
The upcoming Motorola Moto X will reportedly be available on all four major carriers in the US. Google is said to have plans to spend over $500 million on marketing campaign for the handset.
AT&T wants to keep its GoPhone prepaid customer base happy and that’s why AT&T is finally letting those prepaid customers do the 4G LTE dance too.
Security researcher Dan Rosenberg has started working on a way to get past the bootloader lock on the Galaxy S4.
Despite Sprint and T-Mobile delays, AT&T announced via Twitter that their Galaxy S4 smartphones will arrive in-store on the earlier announced date.
Now the LG E980 has shown up at the FCC with AT&T’s LTE bands in tow. Could this be the Optimus G Pro for AT&T’s network?
Considering getting your hands on the Google Nexus 7 with HSPA+? AT&T is now offering a $100 bill credit to those who are willing to sign up for two years of data service.
Lenovo has now announced that AT&T will carry the Lenovo IdeaTab A2107. The 7-inch tablet will cost just $200 without contract, or $100 for a two-year agreement. Most will agree, paying $100 more for no contract is the wiser option though.
We previously reported that the LG Nexus 4 was able to connect to LTE networks in Canada with a simple tweak that works with a dormant LTE chip inside of the phone’s hardware. Unfortunately, Canada was about the only place that the Nexus 4 would work for LTE.
This new phone was clearly set to be released on November 16th along with the One X. The One X got released, but there has been no word on the HTC One VX. Further adding to the mystery, when stores were contacted, they had no idea what the phone even was and it also wasn’t found anywhere on AT&T’s website.
Black Friday is almost here in the United States, and that means big savings all around. This is true even for newly launched devices like the Nokia Lumia 920. While Walmart already offers the Lumia 920 for $50, you can also pick a 920 up directly from AT&T for this low price, come Friday.
Looking for a deal on the Samsung Galaxy Note 2? Amazon is now offering the Note 2 for $50 cheaper than usual, with a two year commitment to AT&T.
Windows Phone 8 has been on the market for several days now, so how are things going? While there has been reports that there weren’t enough units ready to meet the demand, it still seems that devices are selling well. In particular, the Nokia Lumia 920 is doing exceptionally well so far
Technically, this new camera is still an Android smartphone; it has a 1.5GHz processor, a 4.8 inch top quality HD LCD display, and it’s running on Android Jellybean, with access to the Google Play store, meaning any owners of this device can still download and run apps like a usual smartphone device could.
The smartphone world is becoming an increasingly crowded place, so you have to wonder, can Microsoft really compete with Windows Phone 8? While it is too early to say for sure, great marketing and aggressive pricing will certainly help if Microsoft and its partners want to win consumers over. Luckily, AT&T seems to be doing just that with the Nokia 920 and HTC 8x.
Ever since Hurricane Sandy struck the New York City and New Jersey area cellular communication has become somewhat of a luxury thanks to the lack of cellular service in the wake of the event. Luckily, AT&T and T-Mobile are temporarily working together to help out.
Well, that was a short stint. The Samsung Galaxy Note has only been with Old Magenta for a little over a month, but it looks like T-Mobile is already preparing to pull the phablet off its shelves. To be fair, by the time T-Mobile “launched” the Galaxy Note last month, it was already a year-old […]
When it comes to using FaceTime video chat there is only one way to do it and that’s through WIFI- or at least it was the only way. Starting with iOS 6, cellular network access of FaceTime video chat will now be enabled, although it sounds like AT&T is planning on controlling the use of the service and may likely require an additional charge to enable it, at least according to 9to5Mac.
In the case of AT&T, they’ve decided to cut the price of the Windows Phone 7-powered Nokia Lumia 900 down to a mere $50. That’s really cheap, considering the hardware that you’re packing.
The war on cellphone theft hasn’t really seen many positive victories, but AT&T is set to help change all that for the better.
Just a little less than a half-year ago now, AT&T and T-Mobile’s merger fell through, and the struggling T-Mobile was left on its own, with no choice but to pick up the pieces and attempt to rebuild what it had lost in the last few years. Now it seems that T-Mobile’s Carly has gone from pretty pink dresses to a feminine biker in the newest commercial take that uses motorcycles as visual aids to demonstrate how fast T-Mobile’s 4G is versus the current AT&T standard.
If you’ve been itching to take your AT&T Apple iPhone to another carrier — either permanently or just when you’re traveling abroad — it looks like we’ve got some good news. AT&T has announced that they’re willing to start unlocking iPhones for customers.
Although all tablet lovers are waiting anxiously to know all about what’s new from Apple, at least some of you are looking forward to play with the Tablet P, Sony’s unique clamshell Android tablet. The dual-screened device, which was announced last year, is finally making its way stateside via AT&T on March 4th.
Now it has been confirmed by both AT&T in the US and Rogers in Canada that the respective carriers will be launching the 5.3-inch Android “phablet” in February.
Looking to see what AT&T has in store for us in the first part of 2012?
AT&T is expanding their LTE wireless network and, as expected, has announced the addition of a number of devices into their LTE handset line-up at CES. The devices that will soon be released onto their high-speed network include five new Android handsets, an Android tablet and two Windows Phone smartphones.