(Reuters) - AT&T Inc expects a much better results in its wireless business in the second quarter compared with the first quarter, according to Chief Executive Randall Stephenson.
Summary: It looks like Facebook Home hasn't found its forever home. At least, not with AT&T. After only one month, the service provider is rumored to be looking to ditch the HTC First smartphone. If you'll remember, HTC First is the model debuted as having Facebook Home fully integrated into its operating system. If Facebook Home had launched a couple of years ago...
The Georgia Institute of Technology plans to offer a $7,000 online master’s degree to 10,000 new students over the next three years without hiring much more than a handful of new instructors. Georgia Tech will work with AT&T and Udacity, the 15-month-old Silicon Valley-based company, to offer a new online master’s degree in computer science [...]
When reading that AT&T was joining forces with Verizon, I was stricken with a vague sense of terror. Fortunately, it’s for a good reason, and the alliance is much wider than just those two. AT&T’s It Can Wait initiative, focused on discouraging...Show More Summary
A bit of good news tonight for those who have the AT&T HTC One. AT&T decided not to use HTC Backup -- which deftly does exactly what it says, backing up your phone via Dropbox -- in its version of the HTC One, which is a shame, because it works quite well. Show More Summary
The first sign that Facebook Home was crumbling appeared last week when exclusive carrier AT&T slashed the price of the HTC First to effectively free on contract, less than one month after the mid-range smartphone was launched. Sadly,...Show More Summary
Following reports that HTC's First wasn't selling well, AT&T may be considering discontinuing the device just a month after it launched exclusively on Ma Bell's network.
In 1993, AT&T released a series of commercials grouped by the theme "you will." They were all about things people would be doing in the future. Unlike most futuristic concepts, these turned out to be surprisingly accurate. True, there are no far-out ideas like flying cars, but there is plenty of great stuff that was mind blowing in 1993. Show More Summary
Even if Google has abandoned development of the rumored "X Phone," Motorola may be going it alone and launching on AT&T's network. There are several reasons why such a move makes sense for Googorola.
The following video is from Tuesday's MarketFoolery podcast, in which host Chris Hill and analysts Jason Moser and Andy Cross discuss the top business and investing stories of the day. Last month, AT&T introduced the HTC First smartphone, dubbed the Facebook Phone. Show More Summary
If rumors of the imminent demise of the Facebook phone prove to be true, there’s bound to be some seriously bruised egos at Facebook, AT&T, and HTC. But of five of the biggest tech failures in recent history not one resulted in the demise of the company responsible, making each of them a great example of how we can learn from failure.
Wow, it’s even worse of an idea than I thought. Zach Epstein, HTC First discontinued by AT&T: First ‘Facebook phone’ a flop The HTC First, or “ Facebook phone” as many prefer to call it, is officially a flop. It certainly wasn’t a good...Show More Summary
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T-Mobile finally has the iPhone 5. It’s great, and cheap, but unfortunately its data speeds are slower than an iPhone 5 on AT&T. Not satisfied with their slower iPhone 5s, Joseph Brown and Sky Zangas did some digging around in carrier update files and figured out a way to boost data speeds on the T-Mobile iPhone 5. [...]Show More Summary
AT&T is looking to add 250 more new members to its workforce in North Carolina who will serve about 30 sites to fulfill growing demand for wireline and wireless services.
A new lawsuit claims the iPhone4 has a defective on-off button. The national class action claims Apple knew about the defect but didn't disclose it even as it worked with AT&T to sell 2 year contracts.
AT&T is ramping up promotion for its “It Can Wait” campaign to end texting and driving. The effort, by the carrier’s own admission, was significantly bolstered Tuesday by the commitment of Verizon, Sprint, T-Mobile US, Inc. and more than 200 other organizations to join the movement. AT&T says their involvement will support a new national [...]
See that package above? That phone-and-case combo could find a home in your hand, thanks to Otterbox. The company, which is well-known for its durable cases, has an AT&T-branded Samsung Galaxy S 4 to hand out to one of our lucky readers!...Show More Summary
Tempted to just send a quick SMS saying you're on the road to grab the milk? Don't -- or your recipient could receive a much more dire message, says a consortium of carriers including AT&T, Sprint, Verizon and T-Mobile. Along with more...Show More Summary
The fight against texting and driving has done something nearly unheard of in this mobile industry -- the four major U.S. carriers are joining forces to take part in the "It Can Wait" campaign. The new initiative begins May 20 with a...Show More Summary