A six-alarm fire in San Francisco has engulfed a construction site near AT&T Park, the home of the city’s baseball team, the Giants. Over 100 firefighters responded to the emergency call at 4:56 pm, local time at the site in the city’s Mission Bay neighborhood on Tuesday afternoon, according to a San Francisco fire department... Show More Summary
An apartment complex under construction near San Francisco's AT&T Park burst into flames Tuesday afternoon, leading to the partial collapse of the building. Over 100 firefighters are currently working to put out the blaze. No major injuries have been reported.
We're pretty sure it has to be Android 4.4.2 Folks with an AT&T flavored Moto X (I hear it tastes like pickles) and have signed up for the Motorola Feedback network are getting invites for a new soak test this afternoon. While it's called...Show More Summary
In January this year, AT&T made an announcement that they will sell the ASUS PadFone X sometime later this year. Unfortunately for the rest of the world, there was nothing forthcoming from AT&T since then concerning this particular device, at least until now. Show More Summary
The U.S. wireless industry might get shaken up if SoftBank and Sprint have its way. Over the past few months rumors have been going around about a possible merger between Sprint and T-Mobile, SoftBank already has a controlling stake in Sprint. Show More Summary
Early gains turned into modest losses for the Dow at midday as telecom stocks weighed on the average. Find out what's happening in the industry here.
New York, NY [March 11, 2014] The 2014 Tribeca Film Festival (TFF), presented by AT&T, today announced its lineup of 58 short films, 29 of which are world premieres. The selections were curated from 3,074 submissions. The 2014 program...Show More Summary
AT&T is doubling down on its network buildout in California, announcing that it has invested more than $7.1 billion to expand its local wireline and wireless capabilities throughout the state between 2011 and 2013.
"Three heavyweight fight" would put real pressure on Verizon and AT&T, CEO says.
Sometimes acting like you are bigger than you are can actually make you bigger.
Sprint's Japanese owner said in interview with Charlie Rose that he wants to merge with T-Mobile. SoftBank CEO Masayoshi Son says the combined companies could then go head to head with giants AT&T and Verizon. Regulators have said reducing the number of major wireless carriers would cut competition, but Son argues it would create a price war. Show More Summary
Audi and AT&T have finally announced pricing for their new in-car 4G LTE plans. The first of its kind in the U.S., the plans will initially launch in Audi's 2015 A3 sedan, which goes on sale this year, but will eventually be available in all of the
SoftBank CEO Masayoshi Son is convinced the only way Sprint and T-Mobile can compete against AT&T and Verizon is for the two smaller carriers to merge. Speaking on television with Charlie Rose, Son indicated that even though U.S. regulators have warned such a deal would face stiff opposition, Sprint is going to pursue T-Mobile anyway. Show More Summary
The Japanese owner of US mobile carrier Sprint said Monday he wanted to launch a "price war" with the two major carriers as he seeks to acquire T-Mobile's US unit. Masayoshi Son, the tycoon whose SoftBank company holds a controllingShow More Summary
By Philipp Harper: Verizon (VZ) has long been considered one of the established stock investments in the same category as AT&T (T) and General Electric (GE). That said, just because the company is in the blue chip category doesn't mean that it automatically makes a good, safe investment for the long-term. Show More Summary
Audi's been talking about its in-car LTE for awhile, but how much it'll cost hasn't been clear until now. A six-month plan with 5GB of data will run $99, while a 30-month plan with 30GB runs $499, both through AT&T. However, you'll snag half-a-year's...
With our smartphones in tow, we usually have access to data, whether it be 3G or 4G LTE, while we drive. It’s probably not the best idea to be using your phones while you drive, which is why Audi and AT&T have recently teamed up andShow More Summary
Audi has announced its 4G LTE deal with AT&T to put high speed mobile data in your car, and it isn't cheap! The first model to get it built in is the new 2015 A3, and the good news is that it's a standard option and everyone gets a free six-month trial first. Show More Summary
Six months trial on the new A3, after that it's a $99 minimum per six months At CES we saw more than one example demonstrated of cars with integrated 4G LTE connectivity. Audi is about the make it a reality on an actual roadgoing model with the new 2015 A3, but it comes at a price. Show More Summary