Nov 20th - As promised, AT&T is now selling the Samsung Galaxy View. It's an 18.4-inch full HD tablet that serves 1 purpose: deliver up all the juicy video you can muster at a very respectable screen size. It can also be used for productivity nuts who simply need more screen real-estate for their apps.
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Nov 19th - It’s been a good 2 months since AT&T rolled out Android 5.1.1 Lollipop to the Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge on their network. Now, it seems the update -- which brings Samsung Pay along with it -- is just about ready for the Galaxy S6 Active.
Nov 16th - Customers that sign up for a new DirecTV 24-month agreement can buy the tablet for just $99. Existing DirecTV customers can get the same deal if they activate a new line on AT&T Next.
Nov 13th - When he’s not being name-dropped during T-Mobile’s big Un-Carrier X event, @evleaks is still bringing some of the biggest leaks in the biz. Today, the not-so-retired tipster could be revealing model numbers for Samsung Galaxy S7 variants already being tested on AT&T’s network.
Nov 12th - After Google made native cellular connectivity official for Android Wear late last night, we wanted to update you on Verizon and AT&T availability of the LG Watch Urbane 2nd Edition LTE on their networks.
Nov 6th - After being available for pre-order for about 2 weeks now, the time for the HTC One A9’s special promotional pricing is finally drawing to a close. Priced at $400 for pre-sales, now that the phone has begun hitting carrier stores today, the unlocked price will soon jump to $500.
Nov 2nd - November 6th is going to be a busy day for AT&T, it seems. After revealing the Blackberry Priv would be available that day, the company has also announced that they will be opening pre-sales for two of the hottest smart watches on the horizon.
Nov 2nd - AT&T has officially announced plans to sell the Blackberry Priv in a few days. The company has confirmed that they'll be offering the device starting November 6th, which lines up perfectly with the date Blackberry has touted all this time.
Oct 28th - Earlier this week we wrote about the LG V10 going up for sale in a couple of days. The short wait is over, and now you can order the V10 from AT&T and T-Mobile right now.
Oct 26th - It was earlier this month AT&T customers (well, those with select Apple devices) were excited to learn the carrier had successfully gained approval from the FCC to go ahead with their plans to launch WiFi Calling. Following suit is now Verizon, who asks the FCC for the same treatment they gave AT&T.
Oct 26th - Both AT&T and T-Mobile have announced release dates for the LG V10. AT&T will start selling the V10 tomorrow (Oct. 27), while T-Mobile will make it available online the very next day (Oct. 28th).
Touch screen issues with your LG G4? Verizon and AT&T are rolling out a huge system update that could fix it
Oct 9th - If you’re an LG G4 owner, you’ve no doubt come across your fair share of issues with the device. We’re not saying the phone is bad, because it’s not. It’s our daily driver. But there are weird little issues like the touch screen missing the occasional tap or other general weirdness.
AT&T activates WiFi calling on their network, but only for select devices (you’re not going to like this)
Oct 8th - After the FCC finally cleared AT&T to go ahead and use WiFi calling on their network (after all, T-Mobile and Sprint were already doing it), the nation’s 2nd largest carrier is wasting no time in bringing this new functionality to their customers. Well, some of them anyway.
Oct 7th - AT&T today announced that the FCC has approved a waiver that would allow them to deploy WiFi calling. AT&T has expressed their intent to bring WiFi calling to their users for quite some time, but their hand has been forced by FCC rules that state they can't offer WiFi calling without providing TTY services for hard-of-hearing folks.
Oct 2nd - LG mentioned the LG V10 would make its way to the United States eventually, but we weren't sure when we'd learn which carriers would offer it. That didn't take long, though, as 3 out of 4 US carriers have confirmed they'll be selling the device.