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
Those of you looking for a low-tier prepaid Android solution may be interested in the new Huawei Fusion. The Fusion started off as the Huawei Sonic and was earlier pictured
We’re still a few hours away from LG’s New York event this evening where we expect to see an official unveiling of the new Nitro HD for AT&T. Featuring a
AT&T has announced their next Android smartphone today, putting the 4G LTE-ready LG Nitro HD on sale this coming Sunday. Available online and in-store on December 4th, the Android
RadioShack has announced a Black Friday counter-offensive today which will see more than two dozen phones going free with new two-year agreements and qualified upgrades. Starting this Sunday November 20
Is the carrier really weighing the handset or is the deal already done?
The holiday promotion runs through the end of the year.
Recently, we showed you a leaked shot of LG’s new Android powered phone which will be hitting AT&T. It’s called the Nitro HD, and the guys over atPhoneArena got their
AT&T has announced its second 4G LTE-ready Android tablet today, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9. Due on November 20th for $479.99 with a two-year commitment, the ultra-thin tablet joins the HTC
The guys from Pocketnow have laid their hands on what appears to be the Optimus LTE HD for AT&T, called the LG Nitro HD. The Optimus LTE is the first
The carrier begins advertising the 4G LTE network speeds.
It seems that Canadian carrier, Rogers Wireless, has a lot of things up their sleeves as our friends over at Mobile-Syrup got their hands on an image confirming that the