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
We’re already well into the fourth season of an extended dispute between Spectrum SportsNet and the major pay TV providers in Southern California. It’s kept the Los Angeles Dodgers from being seen on AT&T U-Verse, Comcast, DirecTV, Dish and Verizon. Show More Summary
There's a tired old trick for internet service providers that want a tax break to continue gouging customers. The ISP will make some vague promise of future broadband investment, in return for immediate tax breaks or approval of an industry...Show More Summary
@SummerBreak, the show streamed, snapped, tweeted, and grammed by a group of SoCal teens, is back for a fifth season on those platforms and more. The big difference between this season and former seasons looks like it will be the diversity...Show More Summary
President Trump, who opposed the merger of AT&T and Time Warner when he was a presidential candidate, has not tweeted a thing about it since then. And despite opposition from key Democrats in Washington, the proposed merger looks as likely to occur as it did when the companies announced......
The days of being tied to a single carrier with a locked phone for months on end are all but over. Where we once were forced into 24-month contracts with devices that were useless on any other network, nowadays your wireless carrier must unlock your phone if you request it. Show More Summary
Senate Democrats: “Mega conglomerate” could punish rivals and harm consumers.
In addition to high costs and the slow pace of digging up streets, one of the reasons Google Fiber is contemplating a pivot from fiber to next-gen wireless broadband is the boring old utility pole. As it stands now, new market competitors often have to navigate an archaic, elaborate and expensive process to attach fiber to poles. Show More Summary
President Donald Trump will reportedly meet with executives from AT&T, Verizon, Sprint and more to discuss emerging technologies.
U.S. President Donald Trump will discuss advanced wireless technologies and drones on Thursday with top executives at AT&T Inc, Verizon Communications Inc, T-Mobile US Inc and other firms, focusing on how government can create the right environment for breakthroughs. AT&T Chief Executive...
For years, the battle between mobile carriers wasn't a very competitive one. Verizon and AT&T were at the top of the food chain while T-Mobile and Sprint tried to catch up. But in recent years, not only has T-Mobile caught up, it's actually managed to beat both Verizon and AT&T in some surprising metrics. Show More Summary