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,
Pick up an inexpensive 4G LTE handset or tablet from Pantech and AT&T. Thinking of both? You’ll save even more!
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
The device above is the Pantech Element, a waterproof LTE tablet for AT&T. It’s packing an 8-inch 1024 x 768 display, 1.5GHz dual-core processor, Honeycomb, and of course LTE connectivity.
AT&T was quick to release all the info regarding their 6 new 4G LTE Android devices. Ranging from super high-end devices to low-budget handsets. Their keynote presentation included the following
Today at CES, Samsung Mobile and AT&T surprised us with not only a phone that is being referred to as a phablet (phone/tablet) due to it’s 5.3” HD Super AMOLED screen
The Xperia ion is Sony’s first LTE Android device running Android v2.3(gingerbread). This device will launch exclusively in the U.S. on the AT&T network in the 2nd quarter of 2012. Boasting a
Faster data speeds, people… that’s the name of the game. Today, AT&T has announced 4 new markets where you can hop on their LTE network and be a data monger
Some exciting news for AT&T customers that we can’t wait to get our hands on as well. We’ve just learned from BGR about the announcement of the Pantech Element, which
Oh, what a glorious day (at least for T-Mobile users) it is! After more than eight months of court hearings, opposition from Sprint and the DOJ, and massive online protesting,
The gigantic Samsung Galaxy Note may find itself arriving in the United States in early 2012 rocking support for AT&T’s LTE network. The handset, which features a 5.3-inch Super AMOLED