May 18th - We have another Samsung Galaxy S7 Active leak today after seeing perhaps the ugliest model yet. This one is much more pleasing to the eye, but even more interesting is that it doesn’t show any AT&T branding.
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May 17th - The wait is finally over. For those who haven’t sideloaded the leaked Android 6.0 Marshmallow firmware onto their AT&T Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge devices, AT&T has finally started the OTA process for the device today.
May 11th - The road to Marshmallow has been a long one for HTC One M8 and HTC One M9 owners on AT&T. HTC’s Mo Versi tweeted only a few minutes ago that the Marshmallow rollout is expected to begin tomorrow.
May 6th - Fans of rugged phones waiting on Samsung and AT&T’s annual collaboration effort on rugged phones should start getting excited. First murmurings of the existence of the Samsung Galaxy S7 Active are starting to drum up.
May 4th - It’s no secret that T-Mobile — as the current underdog in US telecoms — has a bitter distaste for AT&T and Verizon. Today, in celebration of Star Wars Day, T-Mobile is taking the opportunity to poke fun at their competition once again, branding AT&T as the “Evil Empire” with a new Chrome extension.
Apr 29th - Android Marshmallow is making a few waves today in the news with updates coming to the AT&T Galaxy S6 and delays in store for the AT&T HTC One M9 and One M8.
Apr 28th - AT&T plans to completely shut down its 2G network spectrum by the end of 2016 as it converts the old signal to satisfy the needs of today’s data consumers.
Apr 28th - T-Mobile and AT&T are seemingly preparing for the mass release of Android 6.0 Marshmallow for the LG G3, bringing the device closer to the latest version of Android.
Apr 21st - A couple of weeks ago we wrote about the LG V10 being updated to Marshmallow on T-Mobile. Verizon users started getting the update even earlier. Now, the update is finally rolling out for AT&T users.
Apr 6th - Verizon got away with adding $20 upgrade fees across the board, so why can’t AT&T? That’s probably exactly the way the company’s big wigs approached CEO Randall Stephenson with the idea, because they’ve gone and done it. AT&T’s upgrade fees for Next or customers who bring their own devices will increase to $20, up from the $15 it previously was.
Apr 5th - For anyone still interested in the LG Watch Urbane 2nd Edition LTE (but didn’t bother pre-ordering), the smartwatch is now officially available for purchase from both AT&T and Verizon. Let’s just hope this time it stays that way.
Mar 31st - Tomorrow, April 1st, AT&T and Samsung will start a promotion that could get you a new TV for free. Customers who buy a Samsung Galaxy S7 or Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge and DIRECTV service will be eligible to receive a free 48-inch Samsung Smart TV.
Mar 30th - While smartphones running Cyanogen OS are nothing new, we could finally see the first one launching on a major US carrier. According The Information, AT&T is reportedly in talks to launch a brand new smartphone running Cyanogen Inc’s commercial OS (not to be confused with CyanogenMod, the startup’s open source community ROM).
Mar 30th - We’re still about 2 days away from April 1st, but as we often see when devices are pre-ordered some customers are begining to see the LG G5 early. Reports from folks on both AT&T and T-Mobile have flooded in notifying us that their device is shipping.
Mar 25th - Netflix had to come clean. The company revealed they are limiting Verizon and AT&T users — as well as users of many other carriers around the globe — to 600 kilobytes per second, a mark which doesn’t suffice for true HD video.