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AT&T officially announced that they’ll soon be carrying the Moto 360. You know, once Motorola can keep up with demand.
Quick heads-up on a deal for anyone looking to add lines to their AT&T accounts soon. Ma Bell is willing to shoot you $100 to go toward your bill if you add a line using AT&T Next.
If you’ve been thinking about rooting the LG G3 on T-Mobile/Sprint/AT&T/Verizon, you should check out Stump Root. With only 1-click, you’ll be on your way to getting Super SU installed on your device — no ADB required.
Android 4.4.4 is now officially arriving for the AT&T Moto X. This now leaves Sprint as the last of the big 4 to update, although we’re hearing reports a soak test is now underway. Expect Sprint to push out 4.4.4 in the coming days.
Thought Verizon would be the only place to get an LG G Vista? If you’ve been looking for a capable phablet to add to your inventory and you’re with Ma Bell, there’s a new option in town.
AT&T will soon have an affordable new option for those in the market for a 4G-equipped tablet. The company has announced pricing and availability for their version of the LG G Pad 7.0.
There’s aren’t too many solid Android phones you can buy for under $200 off contract. Good thing we have another great option with the HTC Desire 610 now available from AT&T.
If you haven’t already pre-ordered your Amazon Fire Phone and had it shipped to your doorstep, you can grab yours from a couple of different places as soon as today. You’ll be able to stop into AT&T retail locations nationwide.
Best Buy has one of the best deals we’ve seen yet for the LG G3 if you’re in the market for one. You can get the phone for $0 down on AT&T, Verizon and Sprint, and take home a $100 gift card to boot.
Those of you on AT&T or T-Mobile that simply can’t wait for a chance at picking up a Sony Xperia Z2, the phone is now officially available for purchase direct through Sony. Well, sort of (it’s backordered).
&T and HTC are coming together to provide an affordable 4G LTE smartphone if you’re in the market for one. That smartphone is the Android-based HTC Desire 610, and it launches July 25th.
AT&T users have a new option for tablets if they’re in the market for one. The company has announced that the Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 8.0 is available starting today.
AT&T was scheduled to be the first US carrier to offer the LG G3 for purchase starting today, but it appears they are not alone. While Sprint initially announced that G3 pre-order would kick off today ahead of a July 18th launch, their web store (as well as retail locations) indicates that the phone is in stock immediately.
For those looking for a smaller Android device that doesn’t compromise much on hardware specs, the Sony Xperia Z1 Compact is a looker. Already running Android 4.4.4, it’s now available direct from Sony.
Yesterday AT&T officially announced availability for the LG G3 and LG G Watch. They said the G3 would go up for pre-order and the G Watch would go on sale today (July 8th). It looks like AT&T decided to start shipping the G3 earlier than expected.