Immersion, a company that develops and licenses haptic touch feedback technology, today filed a second lawsuit against Apple and AT&T, accusing the MacBook and MacBook Pro of violating one patent and the iPhone 6s of violating threeShow More Summary
How’s this for a deal? For a limited time, if you walk into your local Costco and activate a Galaxy S7 on Verizon, AT&T, or T-Mobile with a device payment plan, you will also walk out with a Samsung-made 32? HD television. Not too shabby,...Show More Summary
Talk about a deal. Costco probably has the most insane Galaxy S7 offer on tap right now, with the company offering a full-fledged Samsung HD TV with the purchase of the device through Verizon, AT&T or T-Mobile.
Prompted by AT&T, Missouri passed a state law in 1997 that hamstrings towns and cities looking to build local networks to shore up broadband coverage gaps. Since then, AT&T has made repeated attempts to expand those restrictions further,...Show More Summary
Netflix finally lets AT&T and Verizon customers stream at more than 600kbps.
A man who snapped a selfie using an iPhone at a Huntington Beach cellphone store is believed to be the person who stole the phone Sunday evening, authorities said. The man arrived at the AT&T store at 8162 Talbert Ave. about 6:30 p.m. and began looking at a display iPhone 6S, police said in a Facebook...
Yahoo has been providing internet services to AT&T for 15 years and this week the company lost that partnership. The deal was worth nearly $100 million a year in pure profit for AT&T, according to the WSJ. The deal, which started inShow More Summary
After admitting that it had been purposely throttling the hell out of video streams to AT&T and Verizon customers without their knowledge as a way to save them from themselves and the overpriced, data lame plans they had been forced into in recent years, Netflix is now ready to let those customers control their own fate. Show More Summary
AT&T promises a future where fingerprints replace passwords.
Yahoo’s struggling Internet business took a hit with the loss of a contract to manage the web portal for AT&T. ||| San Francisco - Yahoo's struggling Internet business took a hit on Wednesday with the loss of a long-time contract toShow More Summary
AT&T is unwinding a 15-year partnership with Yahoo as the Internet pioneer is in talks to sell itself to bidders including AT&T’s fiercest rival, Verizon.
It's no secret that T-Mobile -- as the current underdog in US telecoms -- has a bitter distaste for AT&T and Verizon. Today, in celebration of Star Wars Day, T-Mobile is taking the opportunity to poke fun at their competition once again, branding AT&T as the "Evil Empire" with a new Chrome extension.
Yahoo's 15-year long partnership deal with AT&T that brought in $100 million in almost pure profit last year has come to an end, according to the WSJ. The deal, struck in 2001, had given Yahoo the right to host AT&T's main website and...Show More Summary
AT&T's no-contract subsidiary Cricket Wireless will begin selling the LG Stylo 2 starting on May 13. The 5.7-inch smartphone will be priced at $169.99. Cricket stated the phone would be sold both in its retail stores and on its website. Show More Summary
T-Mobile has decided to celebrate Star Wars Day by releasing a free Chrome extension that turns any online mention of 'AT&T' into 'The DeATTh Star' instead.
To celebrate Star Wars Day, T-Mobile has gone on the offensive against the evil Empire, also known as AT&T. The company has rolled out a new Chrome extension that essentially transforms all mention of AT&T on the web to The DeATTh Star,...Show More Summary
The Raptors host the Heat in the first game of their Eastern Conference Semifinal, plus the Warriors look to take a 2-0 lead against the Blazers. SAN ANTONIO -- No one at the AT&T Center believed what they just saw. The Thunder celebrated...Show More Summary
California politics updates: Gov. Brown takes aim at Florida plan to lure away business, Clinton delegate used to be a GOP rising star May 3 2016, 10:10 AM Welcome to Essential Politics, our daily feed on California politics and government news. Here's what we're watching: Gov. Jerry Brown tells...