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Unreleased T-Mobile Lumia 640 spotted at Walmart with $99 price tag

The Microsoft Lumia 640 is getting a very slow rollout in the United States. So far, only Cricket has the device available despite AT&T and T-Mobile on the roster for eventually carrying the device. Now, a report reveals that Walmart stores are beginning to gear up for its sale on T-Mobile. Show More Summary

Latest Vegas Odds Add Even More Ohio State Hype, but Is It Too Much to Handle?

COLUMBUS, Ohio — From the moment the clock struck zeroes inside of Arlington's AT&T Stadium in January, one word seemed to be on the mind of every Ohio State fan: repeat. The Buckeyes had captured the first-ever College Football Playoff championship, but even in postgame interviews, the attention was already turning toward the next year. Show More Summary

AT&T Will Try To Make First Amendment Case Against Net Neutrality

When you think of the Internet and First Amendment issues, your mind probably conjures up images of people being able to freely express themselves online through websites, videos, and social media. But if your AT&T, the First Amendment was created to give Internet service providers the authority to have some sort of editorial control over the data they carry. AT&T … [More]

Pre-order the LG G4 from Best Buy and receive $100 gift card

Best Buy is now taking pre-orders of the LG G4, and to sweeten the deal they are throwing in a $100 gift card with the order. The company is now accepting pre-orders of the LG G4 for AT&T, Sprint, and Verizon for customers who want to guarantee they get the device the day it comes out. Show More Summary

Jenkins vs. Gibson was always a treat to watch

2 days agoSports : Globetrotting

It’s not even June, but the Giants’ Madison Bumgarner and the Dodgers’ Clayton Kershaw faced off for the third time already on Thursday at AT&T Park.

Friday Roundup: Level 3, AT&T, Interoute, Ciena

The summer season begins in the USA with a long holiday weekend.  Before you head out for the barbecue or the beach, here's a quick look at some other news from this week:... [visit site to read more]

LG G Pad F 8.0 announced by AT&T, hitting stores on May 29

AT&T has announced the US carrier will be stocking the LG G Pad 8.0 from May 29. The tablet will sport some interesting specifications, including a HD 8-inch display and a stylus accessory.

LG G Pad F 8.0 coming May 29 to AT&T, $150 on contract

AT&T has announced that the Snapdragon 400 powered LG G Pad F 8.0 will begin selling on May 29th. Check out this budget 8-inch Android powered tablet today.

New AT&T policy may restrict Apple Stores from selling iPhone with two-year contract, reports say

According to multiple unconfirmed reports, AT&T is on the verge of making a major change to its smartphone sales model that will prohibit third-party retailers, like the Apple Store, from selling handsets under two-year contract ter...

LG G Pad F 8.0 To Launch On AT&T 29th May

If you’re in the market for a new tablet and don’t need anything particularly fancy, as long as it is able to do the job, then perhaps you might be interested in a tablet that AT&T has recently launched. The carrier has recently announced that come 29th of May, customers will be able to get their hands on the LG G Pad F 8.0. Show More Summary

AT&T plans to drop two year contracts through third-party retailers, Apple included

We’ve confirmed that AT&T’s plans to stop offering two-year contracts through third-party retailers will also extend to Apple. Droid-Life first reported that AT&T was planning to drop its two-year contracts through third-party retailers starting June 1, and we’ve confirmed with several sources that the move will also kick in at Apple retail. AT&T will continue […]

AT&T Taps East Kentucky Network for 700MHz Licenses

AT&T has filed paperwork with the FCC hoping to gain permission to purchase three Lower 700MHz C Block licenses from East Kentucky Network. The licenses in question cover 20 counties in three Cellular Market Areas across regions of Kentucky, Ohio, and West Virginia. Show More Summary

If you hurry, you can pick up the LG G Watch for only $50 [DEALS]

There are a lot of great Android Wear options out there right now, but most come with price tags above $100. If you've been dying to give the new platform a shot, but didn't want to pay quite that much, AT&T has a great deal on the LG G Watch.

AT&T will sell you an LG G Watch for just $50 via its online store

It may be old, but at $50 the LG G Watch is a good buy if you want to learn about Android Wear. We're not sure how long AT&T will have these available, but you can snag a black LG G Watch for just $50 from its online store. The watch...Show More Summary

AT&T Ditching 2-Year Contracts At Walmart & Other Retailers

In the latest move to nudge new customers into paying full price for their phones, AT&T is going to stop offering 2-year contracts through third party retail stores like Walmart and others. While two-year contracts lock a user into that provider for the 24 months, they also come with deep discounts on new phones because the wireless companies are subsidizing … [More]

LG G Pad F 8.0 Hits AT&T on May 28, $150 With 2-Year Agreement

Announced this morning, the G Pad F 8.0 from LG is set to hit AT&T on May 28, priced at $150 with a two-year agreement. The tablet features an 8? HD+ display, as well as a stylus for taking notes or drawing doodles.  If a two-year agreement does not suit your needs, there are other […] LG G Pad F 8.0 Hits AT&T on May 28, $150 With 2-Year Agreement is a post from: Droid Life

Drivers Are Doing What With Their Smartphones?!

AT&T research reveals that people are browsing the Web, checking social media, and video chatting behind the wheel.

RadioShack Finalizes Sale of Name and Customer Data

A Delaware bankruptcy judge approved the sale of RadioShack's name and certain customer data to an affiliate of Standard General for $26.2 million. One of the key issues resolved over the last seven days concerned AT&T and Apple customer data. Show More Summary

AT&T No Longer Fears Net Neutrality’s Impact on Investment

AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson does not believe the Federal Communications Commission’s redefinition of broadband service under Title II of the Telecommunications Act is the right path for the industry; he’s certainly not alone. In fact, because of the pending changes to how broadband service is classified, in November of last year Stephenson delivered an ominous message: [...]

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