As the US’s only licensed iPhone dealer, AT&T has left a lot to be desired with providing their customers with the Android OS.
Things are changing in 2011 for AT&T. According to their media release, they plan on releasing 20 new 4G devices by the end of the year, 12 of them being Android.
RadioShack is offering up some great Android-related deals for those of you looking to pick up a new handset. You know, for your friends or family. You’d never consider buying
RadioShack is set to offer three Android devices for free starting December 18th and running through December 24th.
South Korean handset maker Pantech looks to be cooking up and Android phone with AT&T compatibility. According to documents pieced together by Phone Scoop, a bar-style handset featuring support GSM/EDGE 850/1900 and WCDMA 850/1900 has been confirmed by the FCC as well as the Bluetooth SIG.
As we head into the new year and a slew of new Android goodies, we’d like to start reflecting on the current crop of phones. We’ll be taking the next few days and weeks to gauge our readers’ opinions on handsets and carriers as they pertain to Android. To kick things off, we’d like to know which Android-based smart phones are the best value for AT&T.
We’ve all heard the buzz about the up-and-coming Motorola Olympus, and the guys over at Gizmodo have a tipster that claims they picked up this beauty at a local Flea
Mobile app developers heading off to Las Vegas for January’s CES 2011 conference would be wise to check out AT&T’s Developer Summit. Running all day long on January 5th, the summit features over 30 hours of technical and marketing assistance delivered by AT&T, device makers, and more.
AT&T’s Share Facebook page has accidentally spilled the beans on when to expect their forthcoming Motorola Olympus. The Tegra 2-powered handset had not been pegged with a release date but many had predicted an early 2011 launch.
Amazon has some amazing deals for those of you looking to pick up a new Android handset this holiday weekend. These devices are from all four major carriers and run the gamut of handset makers as well.
Cable company Cox is breaking into the wireless business and is currently offering cellular service in select regions. Cox’s business plan is based around the user, offering great customer service and
Target is the latest retail store to have their Black Friday ad leaked online, and as you can already guess, there are Android savings to be had. If you’re looking to pick up an Android handset for yourself and plan to do some of that post-Turkey shopping, swing by Target for discounts on three HTC devices.
Who watched Eric Schmidt yesterday as he waved around that unreleased phone? Yeah, it was running Gingerbread, but more importantly, it had NFC technology built in, and was demoed as that conference.
The ducks, by which I of course mean Galaxy Tab’s, are coming into row in time for the holiday blitz. Following suit with their competitors, ATT has released their pricing for the Samsung Galaxy Tab.
Tired of Google Search? Want a new search engine that also does maps, images, directions, etc? Bing!
AT&T is the last of the big four carriers to announce pricing and availability for the Samsung Galaxy Tab. Already available for T-Mobile and coming to Verizon and Sprint over the next few days, the Galaxy Tab carries an off-contract in the price range of $599-$649 which is exactly where AT&T’s looks to end up.