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AT&T has dreams of striking it rich in the big city, or rather, all of the big cities in the United States.
There's no need to try to convert the last five decades of analog phone devices to something that runs over the Internet. Let's just use the Internet devices we already have in the house. Let's use Skype with Google Voice.
You can customize your smartphone in all sorts of fun and useful ways to provide an optimal in-vehicle experience and driving assistant.
The debate over net neutrality is starting to take an ugly tone.
Here's how to get the most out of sending and receiving text messages with Google Voice.
In this article, we look at how you can use Google Voice from your Android device, how you can display your Google Voice number as your Caller ID, and how you can make minutes-free Google Voice VoIP calls via WiFi.
The FCC acknowledged that the merger "has the potential to cause some competitive and other public interest harms in several local markets, as well as to value-conscious consumers."
Google doesn't normally allow you to port a landline phone number to Google Voice. This step-by-step primer shows you how you can do it.
AT&T dropped their single line price by $15 per month and the US wireless carrier competition continues. These lower prices come with LTE and more so they are starting to get very competitive with low-cost prepaid options.
Google Voice is an amazing service, but there are some limitations and gotchas. In this article, we explore the pros and cons of the service to help you decide if it's for you.
In this article, and the dozen or so that follow it, you'll learn just about everything you need to know to get the most out of the Google Voice service.
AT&T and IBM have announced a partnership to give businesses a simplified, single source for network security and threat management.
AT&T has added 4G LTE data roaming to an additional 13 countries, joining Canada and the United Kingdom.
I can't tell you whether this is just a problem in central Florida or if AT&T everywhere has these professionalism issues, but it's getting old.
The spread of smartphone theft is off the charts. Some US senators have a plan to solve it, but the carriers don't agree. Is the Senate plan a bad idea, or are carriers just trying to bilk their customers out of insurance fees? It's an ugly story no matter how you look at it.