Three of the four major US carriers are doing their part to help those of us reach loved ones who have been affected by the tragedies in Italy.
Oscar de la Hoya, Chairman and CEO of Golden Boy Promotions, had a lot to say on Wednesday about the September 17 pay-per-view showdown between Canelo Alvarez and WBO junior middleweight champion Liam Smith at the famed AT&T Stadium, home … Continue reading ? The post Oscar de la Hoya talks Canelo-Smith appeared first on Boxing News.
Meet the most interesting pitcher in Giants history, who will greet you forevermore at AT&T Park. [ more › ]
In “No Good Reason“, a really powerful PSA sponsored by AT&T, the teenage cast of the online series “Summer Break” individually admitted to the camera that they use their cell phones while driving. Even though each of them knew it to be wrong, none of them had any plans to stop doing this, until they […]
The client consolidated its $2 billion creative and media business with Omnicom.
Matthew Ball, who formerly served as director of strategy and business development at Otter Media -- a joint online video venture between The Chernin Group and AT&T -- has reportedly been tapped to join Amazon Studios as head of strategy,...Show More Summary
Right now you can grab an unlocked AT&T version of the BlackBerry Priv for just $299 at eBay. This is the best price we've seen for the phone off-contract and matches the recent deal that was offered. With this savings the price drops...Show More Summary
Taxpayers and consumers should cheer a new crackdown on robocalls. The "Robocall Strike Force" is an industry-led group committed to developing comprehensive solutions to prevent, detect, and filter unwanted robocalls. The strike force is made up of carriers, device makers, operating system developers, network designers, and the Federal Communications Commission (FCC).
AT&T customers soon won’t have to worry about going over their monthly data limit, thanks to a new set of plans the carrier is rolling out nationwide later this month. Instead of cutting your data off once you go over, the new Mobile Share Advantage plans simply throttle your speeds down to a maximum of […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)
AT&T announced yesterday that they will finally be joining Sprint, Verizon, and T-Mobile in Cuba (they arrived in that order). Like the others, AT&T has closed a deal with Empresa De Telecommunicaciones De Cuba, S.A. (ETECSA) to allow for customer roaming while traveling in Cuba. Show More Summary
AT&T has released a new software update for the LG V10, but don’t get too excited. You’re not getting a new version of Android. In fact, the update only contains WiFi Calling. It’s one of the few Android devices to feature WiFi Calling on AT&T, so that’s a bonus for [...]
Although Verizon maintains a sizeable lead, recent data scoped out by RootMetrics seems to indicate that Death Star and Magenta are narrowing the gap.
It is with mostly pleasure, but a little bit of sadness, that I am here to inform you, dear reader, that the idiotic trademark lawsuit brought by Citigroup against AT&T because it dared to say "thank you" to its customers is dead. Yes,...Show More Summary
We have confirmed that the Windows 10 Mobile Anniversary Update is now rolling out on carrier-based devices from AT&T and other networks. ...
It’s no secret that Jerry Jones does things big, in true Texas fashion. But what he’s done for the Cowboys practice facility might actually be more impressive than what he did in Arlington with AT&T Stadium. The divisive owner created “The Star” as the Cowboys practice facility in Frisco, then decided it also needed office […]
Flap between Citigroup, AT&T was about how the companies said thanks to customers.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is available on AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, and Verizon, which makes it easy to see the differences between the four models. There are always random changes, but this year Verizon has gone above and beyond.
The teenage stars of YouTube reality series @SummerBreak take an emotional ride in this road-safety PSA with a reveal so powerful, it reduces some of them to tears. Part of AT&T's acclaimed "It Can Wait" campaign against distracted driving, the nearly four-minute video, created by Fullscreen's Strategic Content Group, starts innocently enough. Show More Summary
August 18, 2007: A video goes viral on YouTube when 23-year-old internet personality Justine Ezarik, a.k.a. iJustine, posts a 300-page iPhone bill mailed to her in a box by AT&T. The bill — which lists every single action which consumed...Show More Summary