AT&T customers who often find themselves north of the border will be happy to know that you won’t be without LTE should you decide to travel up there from now on. AT&T has announced a deal with Rogers that will allow their customers to hop onto the Canadian carrier’s LTE networks in the event that […]
John Legere is at it again with his war on AT&T. After AT&T released several new plans and discounts for BYOD Legere lets them have it on Twitter. Joe has finished his Lumia 1520 review, and wow is it a big phone. The guys discuss phablets and the trend of giant phones. Android 4.4.1 is here […]
AT&T has announced some new contract-free options in their Mobile Share Value plans. Launching December 8th, those who get AT&T service by getting AT&T Next, bringing their own devices, buying their device off-contract, or those whose contracts expire and opt to jump to the new Mobile Share Value plans will be able to get service […]
AT&T was one of the first carriers to get Android 4.3 for the Samsung Galaxy S4, which meant it was also the first carrier to notice a big issue with the OTA upgrade. The carrier had to suspend rollouts until Samsung got the issue fixed, but they’re starting to roll it back out now that […]
The Android KitKat OTA for the AT&T variant of the Motorola Moto X, which I have now nicknamed the Nexus X, is now available.
It’s the middle of the night. Your smartphone notifies you of a new text message. Half awake, you check your phone thinking it might be an emergency, only to find out you’ve just won an iPad. Not Cool. It’s the end of an era. In a new anti-spam initiative, 3 of the top 4 major […]
We’ve got a couple of more OTA upgrades for a couple of more big devices today. AT&T’s Moto X is now getting its KitKat soak test, and both of Verizon’s Xyboard tablets are getting Android 4.1.2.
Verizon Wireless has announced that their mobile payments provider ISIS is now available for all of their customers on a nationwide basis. With ISIS, you’ll be able to use your smartphone as a credit / debit card at over 200,000 retail locations using a simple tap of any of Verizon’s 15 supported smartphones.
The LG G Flex’s durable ways aren’t confined to the virtually indestructible display. If you don’t remember, LG also touted the fact that they used a back material that was able to heal itself. This means the phone can look as new in 2 years as it did when you first bought it. It’s one […]
AT&T has officially announced availability for the Samsung Galaxy S4 Zoom, the point-and-shoot smartphone camera that will make many casual photographers happy. The device is launching November 8th for $200, a price that will obviously come with the need to sign a new two-year contract agreement.
Holding out for the Galaxy S4 Mini which is rumored to be launching on Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, and US Cellular next month? If you’re holding out for the AT&T version… you can see it pictured for the first time.
The Moto X is seeing a price reduction across the board at AT&T. Customers can pick up the handset in store or via Motorola’s Moto Maker site for only $99.
AT&T has announced that four more markets would be receiving 4G LTE coverage. They’ve recently surpassed 400 markets and have most of the United States population covered, but now is the time to start filling out those gaps in coverage in more rural and low-key areas.
If the 5-inch Samsung Galaxy S4 isn’t your thing, perhaps the Mini variant will be more to your liking. Samsung seems to have convinced most of the United States’ biggest carriers to sell the device, as they have announced availability on AT&T, Sprint, Verizon Wireless and US Cellular.
This is a followup post to one from a few weeks ago where we told you that AT&T would soon be bringing over 100 live television channels to U-verse customers via their Android app. Today, those streaming TV channels have finally gone live (full list can be found below). As we mentioned before, this latest […]