Best overall Best Google experience Best for less Best alternative Best for speed Best overall Samsung Galaxy S8 See at Verizon See at AT&T See at T-Mobile See at Sprint See at Best Buy The Galaxy S8 has slick new hardware with tinyShow More Summary
Between the theatrical releases of The Dark Tower and IT, a small screen adaptation of Stephen King’s 2014 novel “Mr. Mercedes” is headed to the AT&T Audience Network on Wednesday, August 9th. In the hard-boiled detective thriller, a retired cop comes face-to-face with a demented killer. Meet Detective Hodges and Brady Hartsfield in two new teasers below, via ET. […]
For decades now, AT&T has promised that an incredible boon in broadband investment is waiting just around the corner -- but only if AT&T gets what it wants from the government. Whether it's gunning for tax cuts and subsidies, or looking for approval of its latest megamerger, AT&T's an absolute master of the regulatory carrot and a stick game. Show More Summary
Verizon's using its purchase of Yahoo for more than undermining the fight for net neutrality: it's also using its new acquisitions to make anti-competitive moves against its telcoms rivals, deploying the users of Flickr and Tumblr as hostages. (more…)
AT&T today said it has kicked off a second trial of mmWave technology in Austin, providing fixed wireless broadband to consumers and businesses alike with speeds up to 1 Gbps. AT&T is testing a handful of applications and services. For...Show More Summary
AT&T has launched a new trial of fixed wireless 5G with DIRECTV NOW this week in Austin, TX. What does this mean? Simply put, AT&T and its 5G business partners are ramping up testing of mmWave technology, working to one day off in the future launch a nationwide 5G network. Show More Summary
Fullscreen’s AT&T Hello Lab has drawn headlines by working with top online video stars on more expansive projects. Now, in its second year, it is expanding its mission to provide opportunities for the filmmaking community at large. It...Show More Summary
“Nice internet privacy you’ve got there! It'd be a shame if something bad were to happen to it.” That’s the kind of line you’d expect in a mob movie from a thug looking for his weekly fee for protecting your privacy. In real life, AT&T...Show More Summary
From a Tumblr help document euphemistically titled “Heads-Up for AT&T Customers”: Starting on June 30, 2017, att.net customers will no longer be able to log in to their Yahoo and Tumblr accounts through email addresses with the following...Show More Summary
The Nokia 6 will be hitting Amazon in July for $229, supporting all T-Mobile bands and being partially supported on AT&T.
T-Mobile today said it, too, has successfully tested LTE-LAA in real-world trials. The company claims its LTE-LAA tests reached 741 Mbps in and around Los Angeles. Like the recent tests conducted by AT&T, T-Mobile's use of LTE-LAA combines airwaves that it owns along with unlicensed spectrum to push speeds upward. Show More Summary
AT&T today said it and partner Ericsson have reached LTE-LAA download speeds in excess of 650 Mbps in live field trials. The trials were conducted in downtown San Francisco. LTE-LAA is an advanced wireless technology that combines licensed and unlicensed spectrum via carrier aggregation. Show More Summary
AT&T wasn't kidding when it said it would expand its rural wireless internet service in short order. The carrier has launched its fixed-in-place cellular access in eight more southeastern states, providing broadband to over 70,000 locations that would otherwise have poor or non-existent internet coverage. Show More Summary
The carrier's internet service provides wireless connectivity to rural areas that don't have cable or DSL infrastructure.
Last year, you might recall that AT&T came up with an ingenious idea: to charge broadband customers significantly more if they actually wanted to protect their own privacy. It basically worked like this: users ordering AT&T's broadband service could get the service for, say, $70 a month. Show More Summary