AT&T

  • AT&T Snaps Up The HTC One X+ And One VX, Lines Up Launches “In The Coming Months”

    AT&T Snaps Up The HTC One X+ And One VX, Lines Up Launches “In The Coming Months”

    As it turns out today is a good day to be an HTC fan — the Taiwanese company announced earlier this morning that the revamped HTC One X+ was in fact a real thing, and now AT&T has just confirmed that it will carry that new flagship device later this year. Interestingly, the One X+ won’t be alone either, as AT&T has also announced that it will sell the lower-end HTC One… Read More

  • AT&T Confirms It Will Carry Sony’s Xperia TL, Keeps Mum On Pricing And Release Date

    AT&T Confirms It Will Carry Sony’s Xperia TL, Keeps Mum On Pricing And Release Date

    Sony only outed its newest trio of Xperia smartphones just over a month ago in Berlin, and AT&T has just announced that it’s already grooming the device for a U.S. launch. Oh, and in case you care, the phone will also appear on-screen as James Bond’s phone of choice in Skyfall. Then again, what else is new — Daniel Craig’s version of the iconic secret agent has… Read More

  • Twilio’s Biggest Partnership Yet: AT&T Will Resell Its Cloud Telecom Apps And API

    Twilio’s Biggest Partnership Yet: AT&T Will Resell Its Cloud Telecom Apps And API

    Twilio’s business is getting a huge boost today, as AT&T has just announced it will resell the startup’s voice and SMS API and apps as the “AT&T Advanced Communications Suite”. Businesses can buy survey tools, ad-hoc workgroup messaging and calling, appointment reminder services, or build directly on the Twilio API. The partnership has been a year in the making… Read More

  • Speed’s Other Needs

    Speed’s Other Needs

    Editor’s note: Michael Weinberg is a staff attorney at Public Knowledge, an organization that preserves the openness of the Internet and the public’s access to knowledge; promotes creativity through balanced copyright; and upholds and protects the rights of consumers to use innovative technology lawfully. Michael focuses primarily on copyright, issues before the FCC and… Read More

  • AT&T On Notice: Carrier To Face Net Neutrality Complaint Over FaceTime

    AT&T On Notice: Carrier To Face Net Neutrality Complaint Over FaceTime

    AT&T announced early on that users wouldn’t be able to use FaceTime over cellular connections on its network, for subscribers who aren’t on the carrier’s Mobile Share Plans. The decision was obviously not popular with users; it took long enough for Apple to make FaceTime even available over cellular data connections, and AT&T subscribers were hearing they’d be… Read More

  • AT&T: iPhone 5 Set Sales Record, Was “Most Successful iPhone Launch Ever”

    AT&T: iPhone 5 Set Sales Record, Was “Most Successful iPhone Launch Ever”

    Whether or not you’re an Apple fanboy or fangirl, it’s no secret that the iPhone has been selling like hotcakes. Every time Apple launches a new iPhone or iPhone(S), it seems that the Internet is about to explode. Naturally, when the iPhone 5 was announced, many were curious to see if it would actually contain any significant leaps in innovation from prior iterations, whether it… Read More

  • Dear AT&T, Take Your iPhone 5 And Shove It Up Your A$$ (UPDATED)

    Dear AT&T, Take Your iPhone 5 And Shove It Up Your A$$ (UPDATED)

    So here’s an interesting predicament that I’ve found myself in today. As you know, the iPhone 5 pre-sale begins at 12:01 Friday morning. I’m ready to pre-order like every other geek, but I can’t. Here’s the gist of it. I was in Mexico last month, and before I left I added international data roaming services for two of my lines. Pretty standard for me, since I travel… Read More

  • AT&T Vacation Blackout Further Affirms Next iPhone’s September 21 Launch Date

    AT&T Vacation Blackout Further Affirms Next iPhone’s September 21 Launch Date

    We’ve received yet another bit of evidence confirming the next iPhone’s September 21 launch. According to an AT&T sales rep, AT&T staff has been given a vacation blackout from September 21 to September 30, just like Verizon employees. Our source also mentioned that blue carrier employees are undergoing training for an “iconic release.” Sounds like the… Read More

  • AT&T Defends FaceTime Over 3G Decision, Says It Isn’t Violating Net Neutrality

    AT&T Defends FaceTime Over 3G Decision, Says It Isn’t Violating Net Neutrality

    AT&T ruffled more than a few feathers last week when it announced that only customers on the carrier’s new Mobile Share plans would be able to use iOS 6’s FaceTime over 3G feature. Almost immediately, people began to wonder whether or not this course of action put AT&T at odds with the FCC’s stance on net neutrality. The company waited until today to issue an… Read More

  • Slow Clap: AT&T Wireless Stops Selling Tablets With Subsidized Pricing

    Slow Clap: AT&T Wireless Stops Selling Tablets With Subsidized Pricing

    AT&T Wireless no longer sells tablets with a long-term contact. This is great news and comes by way of a memo leaked to Engadget Mobile. That means the upfront cost of tablets is slightly higher, but the consumer wins in the long run by not being locked into a tablet for a couple of years. This comes several weeks after Verizon stopped selling tablets with subsidies as well. In the past… Read More

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