If you’ve cut the cable cord, you shouldn’t be rooting for AT&T and Time Warner’s merger to succeed. But then, you might not be much better off if it doesn’t. Let’s assume for a few minutes that the government’s attempt to block AT&T from buying Time Warner isn’t motivated by politics. Read Full Story
The US government faces off in court Thursday against AT&T and Time Warner in the biggest antitrust case in decades over their bid to merge and create a powerful new television behemoth.
Poor Huawei is getting screwed over left and right in the U.S. First, AT&T reportedly pulled out of a carrier partnership to sell the Chinese tech giant's flagship Mate 10 Pro Android phone. Then, the top U.S. intelligence agencies (CIA,...Show More Summary
What to expect from the landmark trial.
AT&T and the Justice Department are expected to clash in federal court Thursday as the two sides begin oral arguments in a landmark antitrust trial over Time Warner — the first such court case since the Nixon administration. Government lawyers will argue that AT&T's attempted purchase of Time Warner for $85 billion will raise the […]
The Trump administration is facing off against AT&T to block the telephone giant from absorbing Time Warner, in a case that could shape how consumers get—and how much they pay for—streaming TV and movies.
Huawei can’t catch a break in the States. Just at the company was set to announce a big carrier deal at CES, AT&T reportedly switch gears last minute. Now, a week before the company is set reveal its next big flagship at an event in Paris, Best Buy is reportedly planning to stop sales of […]
The Trump Administration’s antitrust case against AT&T’s merger with Time Warner reads like a relic of a bygone era, before the Internet came along and collapsed the barriers to entry in media and entertainment, Greg Ip writes.
After one more delay (as a snowstorm pushed back opening arguments), Thursday’s unofficial kickoff to the United States v. AT&T in federal court in Washington means the heavy cloud of uncertainty shrouding the media business gets closer...Show More Summary
Chances are, your ISP has been repeatedly caught sucking up all your clicks, and also chances are that it's a de facto arm of the US spy network, making bank selling your data to the NSA; AT&T has proposed charging you hundreds of dollars extra a year not to spy on you; Comcast wants to do the same. (more…)
AT&T can't force California customers into arbitration, judge says.
Opening arguments in the federal government's case to block AT&T's efforts to gobble up Time Warner have been postponed until Thursday.
People in the U.S. who own the Samsung Galaxy S8 or S8+ can expect to see Android 8 Oreo reach their phone over the coming days. Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon Wireless, and not AT&T are all pushing the system upgrade to their customers. Oreo includes notification dots, picture-in-picture, and autofill. Show More Summary
This is the LG V30 update tracker, covering unlocked, Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint and international models.
Opening arguments in the antitrust trial to block AT&T Inc.’s planned purchase of Time Warner Inc. were delayed until Thursday because of a snowstorm forecast to hit Washington, D.C. U.S. District Judge Richard Leon announced the one-day delay Tuesday as he finished a hearing to hash out disputes...
Following Verizon, Sprint and T-Mobile, it appears owners of the Galaxy S8 on AT&T are beginning to receive Oreo. The update should also be rolling out to the Galaxy S8+, but we’re waiting to hear from owners that’s the case. For the Galaxy S8, the build is labeled as R16NW.G950USQU2CRB9, weighing in at around 1.5GB. Show More Summary
T-Mobile, Sprint, and Verizon have all released the Android Oreo update for the Samsung Galaxy S8 after [...]
Forecasts of snow in the U.S. capital prompted a federal judge to push back to Thursday the opening arguments in the long-awaited antitrust trial of AT&T Inc. and Time Warner Inc.
Just 2 percent of AT&T's rivals support a plan that would subject the telecom giant's content pricing to outside review.
Facebook recently joined Google, Comcast, Verizon and AT&T and contributed over $1 million to a PAC fighting this California ballot initiative that would have let you opt out of data sharing with Cambridge Analytica. (more…)