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.
Sep 17th - There's a new deal going for the curved AT&T LG G Flex 2, and this about as low as we've ever seen it. The phone has hit eBay for $250 in a listing by qualitycellz, a high volume eBay shop with 99.2% positive feedback.
Sep 17th - This week on the podcast Chris is talking about his first impressions of the Motorola Moto X Pure Edition, and why he actually likes the plastic more than leather. Plus, much more mobile news!
Sep 16th - AT&T has significantly increased the pool of data users can use before they're slowed down. The previous limit was 5GB, but AT&T will now wait until you hit 22GB before they throw the sirens on.
Sep 9th - Tumi and AT&T have come together to announce a new product for frequent travelers whose bags seem to turn up missing a bit too often. It's the Tumi Global Locator, a small device that you can stuff inside your luggage to locate it wherever it is.
Sep 8th - AT&T and ZTE today announced the wireless company's first WiFi hotspot module made specifically for vehicles. It's called the ZTE Mobley, and, well, it's a hotspot, but it stays on as long as your car does.
Aug 26th - AT&T has started pushing Stagefright patches to their models of the HTC One M8 and HTC One M9. The patches are rather small and quick, and likely don't come with any other changes, but they are important.
Aug 12th - If you're an AT&T U-Verse or DirecTV customer and for some reason have yet to get your wireless service through AT&T, the company is putting on a deal that could put a ton of money back into your pockets. They're offering up to $500 per line in varied credit for your business.
Jul 22nd - While T-Mobile is trying to eliminate fees, AT&T has no problems hiking or introducing new ones. Starting August 1st AT&T is set to increase their upgrade fees for subsidized customers to $45, which is $5 more than what it is right now.
Jul 21st - We're not sure why, but AT&T has halted the Android 5.1 Lollipop update for their first gen Moto X. The news was posted to the company's online support page, and no other information was provided.
Jul 16th - It's only a day late (well, sort of), but the HTC One M9 on AT&T is now officially receiving Android 5.1 Lollipop as promised. The update -- software version 2.6.502.16 -- is almost 1GB in size, so make sure you're connected to WiFi before pulling it.
Jul 15th - To say that diehard Android enthusiasts are serious about rooting their devices would be an understatement. Just take a look at LG G4 owners on XDA who together have raised more than $2,000 to anyone who can root the Verizon or AT&T variants of the device.
Jul 14th - Fresh off the grill, the HTC One M9 has received technical approval for Android 5.1 Lollipop on AT&T, which means a rollout should be soon underway. The update has already the Sprint variant, along with the Developer Edition only a few weeks back.