AT&T is blocking Google Hangouts video chats over its cellular network, but there’s a way to get past that if you really need to. Make sure you’re rooted and come in to grab the instructions.
Thought AT&T wasn’t serious about communicating the dangers of texting while driving? Well, they’ve convinced their three biggest competitors — Sprint, T-Mobile, and Verizon — to join the cause.
AT&T and HTC decided to try and have another Facebook baby, but the former is ready to hit the abort button after reportedly disappointing sales. Will AT&T ship a pile of HTC First devices back to Taiwan soon?
The Motorola X Phone isn’t real yet, but a device matching the latest prototype leak has appeared at the FCC. Oh, and guess what? It has radios for connecting to AT&T’s network.
AT&T wants to improve its standing in the pre-paid arena, and it has done just that with the launch of Aio Wireless. See what this bring-your-own-phone brand offers over the competition.
The Samsung Galaxy S4 on AT&T is getting itself a new maintenance upgrade today. It doesn’t add much, but it might improve some lag issues you may have been having.
AT&T has announced that it would soon be carrying a 32GB version of the Samsung Galaxy S4. It’s a sou bit of news for 16GB owners who are now longing for more space.
Mysterious Motorola device pictured in the wild running, what appears to be stock Android and on AT&T’s 4G LTE network. Model: XFONE ATT. Could this be the Motorola X Phone?
The first US carrier to announced availability of the LG Optimus G Pro has been revealed. It’s AT&T, and we’re just a week and a half away from seeing it sitting on the carrier’s store shelves.
AT&T customers rejoice! The carrier is moving at an extremely fast pace to bring 4G LTE to everyone it can. That pace picks up today with launches in another 20 cities. Check to see if your city made the list.
Another carrier has gotten on-board with the trade-in wave that has come in as of late. This time, AT&T is gearing up to launch a smartphone trade-in program that will let users trade old smartphones in to go toward new smartphones, accessories, or your monthly bill. It starts May 1st — that’s tomorrow, by the [...]
Samsung devices have historically been known to be easy to crack, but it appears AT&T’s version of the Galaxy S4 is one tough cookie. Read why one top developer would advise against buying it.
NEC Terrain for AT&T has just been leaked, and it looks to attract some attention from would-be BlackBerry Q10 customers.
We’re giving away an AT&T HTC One! Already excited? Good. All you need to do is read the rules, follow the super simple instructions, and cross your fingers that you’re selected as the random winner.
The Samsung Galaxy S4 is now available from at least one major carrier in the United States, though the transaction will have to go down electronically. See what your options are for ordering one today.