AT&T wants you to know that they do not have any plans in place to throttle data users once they cross a 2GB threshold. Speaking in an phone interview with
Top 5% of data users are said to consume 12X as much as the average guy… but 2GB? Really?
Starting Sunday, Feb 5th Best Buy will be allowing pre-orders of the latest Samsung device on AT&T. The Samsung Galaxy Note, is a 5.3″ HD Super AMOLED device boasting a
As Huawei moves toward the U.S. market, the Huawei Honor was spotted in an FCC filing, with AT&T’s 3G and HSPA+ bands. While that doesn’t mean that it’s destined to AT&T, there’s a
Samsung is releasing the source code for the Galaxy Note on AT&T but there’s a catch. As you can see from the picture above, there are three different versions of
Heavily discounted handset include more than a dozen penny smartphones!
Samsung this morning announced that the big, beautiful Galaxy Note arrives at AT&T on February 19th with a $299.99 price tag. Pre-orders begin this coming Sunday, Feb. 5 with delivery
Koush, well-known developer and man of Android magic, has just released the beta of his new touch recovery. No more volume up / volume down / power to control what
Android sales are up more than double over the previous quarter.
If true, two new devices are set to join the Samsung Galaxy Note on February 18th.
Remember the catch in AT&T’s proposed acquisition of T-Mobile USA? The contract that was agreed upon stated that should the deal fall through, AT&T would pay $3 billion to Magenta,
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AT&T is starting to shake things up a bit on the Tiered Data Plan spectrum. Announcing new packages starting January 22nd, they hope to compete with Verizon while Big Red
Almost 2 months ago, AT&T officially launched the HTC Vivid 4G LTE smart phone which was previously known as the HTC Holiday. It’s an awesome device featuring a crisp display
So what’s a company to do after the deal that they were relying on becomes null and void? Onward and upward! T-Mobile Chief Executive Philip Humm has gone on the