Battling Verizon for wireless dominance and diversifying from the iPhone.
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We now have three of the four major US wireless carriers offering unique equipment installation plans advertised to help the smartphone enthusiast upgrade more often.
T-Mobile and AT&T just rolled out programs to help people upgrade their phones more often as data shows that fewer are finding the need to upgrade more than every two years.
T-Mobile is pushing the boundaries of wireless carrier offerings and that looks to be encouraging AT&T and Verizon to respond. AT&T announced the Next program with no fees and yearly upgrade incentives.
Buying Leap Wireless also means AT&T will be getting more competitive in the low-cost prepaid market.
The BlackBerry Q10 is the BlackBerry 10 device that the die-hard QWERTY fans have been waiting for and it doesn't disappoint. It's refreshing to use a hardware keyboard and enjoy long battery life on a phone again.
Reports claim the Spanish government stepped in to stop multi-billion Euro deal from happening have been denied by the operator.
If retailers don't change their ways, retail will be a wasteland. Retailers have nobody to blame but themselves. It's not consumer behavior and it's not Amazon's fault. It's bad management. And, of course, it's the smell of failure.
We are starting to see more and more wireless choices for people looking to save money and regain control of their wireless provider. AT&T now joins other major carriers with their Aio Wireless prepaid subsidiary.
AT&T's LG Optimus G Pro starts shipping today, and is a good alternative to the Samsung Galaxy Note II. LG improves the specs, and offers some handy utilities, but does not have stylus support.
The Galaxy S4 is now available for AT&T and Sprint customers and is an improvement over the popular SIII. However, I still prefer the design and core features of the HTC One compared to software gimmicks of the S4.
LG is coming out with some solid Android smartphones, and the new LG Optimus Pro G looks like a fantastic alternative to the Note II, Galaxy S4, and HTC One.
In its latest report, the U.S. privacy and civil liberties group warn that some companies should not be trusted with your data — but some should, and actively fight on the user's behalf.
In its results for the first quarter of 2013, the U.S. telecommunications giant meets some expectations and falls short on others. Here's a look.
Samsung is rolling out the Galaxy S4 to US carriers before the end of the month. Pricing looks to range from $149.99 to $249.99, with contract or financing.
A report by academics and researchers in Australia has found that datacentres aren't the main cloud energy users.