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Galaxy Note 4 pre-orders begin tomorrow, sales start October 17

09/18, 1:03pm

United Kingdom gains Note 4 one week earlier than United States

The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is being made available for pre-order in the United States tomorrow, with shipments expected to start on October 17th, though AT&T plans to ship the smartphone earlier on October 14th. In the United Kingdom, pre-orders also begin tomorrow, though the stylus-equipped phablet will be on sale from October 10th.

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Nvidia Shield pre-orders begin in US, Europe for September 30 release

09/16, 11:34am

LTE Shield tablet certified for AT&T LTE network

Pre-orders for a version of the Shield gaming tablet with LTE have opened in the United States and Europe. Coming after the Wi-Fi model's release and set to ship on September 30th for both continents, the LTE version adds cellular connectivity, with the mobile device claimed to be certified for AT&T's LTE network, though the unlocked version will also work with a number of other carriers.

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AT&T adding Wi-Fi calling to network in 2015, claims executive

09/12, 2:15pm

AT&T to follow T-Mobile, Sprint in providing Wi-Fi calling capabilities

AT&T will be bringing Wi-Fi calling to its network, though customers will have to wait until 2015. The president and CEO of AT&T's Mobile and Business Solutions group Ralph de la Vega claimed that the technology will be made available to customers, but not until the carrier has worked to prevent calls from dropping on the service.

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'Record number' of overnight iPhone 6 preorders, Apple says

09/12, 1:27pm

Company declines to give specifics

Overnight preorders of the iPhone 6 achieved "record" numbers, an Apple spokesperson claims. The company is not, however, offering specific figures. A similar statement has been issued by AT&T spokesman Mark Siegel, who says that preorder demand is higher than any time in the past two years. Apple and all of the major US carriers are believed to have sold out of their initial preorder stock for the 5.5-inch 6 Plus, resulting in shipping times stretching out to 3-4 weeks.

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Pre-orders for iPhone 6 to begin at 12:01AM Pacific on Friday [u]

09/11, 1:38pm

Includes Apple, major carriers

[Updated with in-store pickup news] In the US, online preorders for the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus will begin at 12:01AM Pacific time Friday morning. While Apple has yet to announce an exact hour, AT&T, Sprint, and Verizon all have, and traditionally Apple has opened up preorders at the same time. Other vendors, like T-Mobile, are referencing a broad September 12 window.

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AT&T reportedly objected to HTC-produced budget Amazon Fire Phone

09/11, 12:22pm

Lack of AT&T exclusivity of budget Fire Phone in US allegedly at issue

AT&T may have prevented Amazon from creating a second, lower-cost smartphone, according to a report. The retailer was apparently working with HTC on such a device, but the carrier was apparently unhappy with the terms of the partnership, wanting exclusivity of both devices in the United States, rather than just of the higher-specification Fire Phone.

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Briefly: Timex Ironman One GPS+ data plan news, Jabra Move headphones

09/08, 11:16pm

AT&T announces cost of second year of data plan for Timex Ironman One GPS+

AT&T has announced second-year data pricing for the Timex Ironman One GPS+ smartwatch. Originally announced in August, the Timex smartwatch offers stand-alone wireless connectivity without a phone, including fitness tracking, a "Find Me Mode" safety function, and more. After the initial year of included data service, AT&T smartwatch users will need to pay $40 for the second year of data and messaging. Pre-ordering for the Timex Ironman One GPS+ is available online for $400, with the product officially available this fall.

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AT&T complains about unfairness of municipal broadband to FCC

09/02, 4:22pm

Letter to FCC alleges that government owned networks hold undue power

Given the opportunity to petition against the expansion of municipal broadband expansion in Chattanooga, Tennessee and Wilson, North Carolina, AT&T has taken the opportunity to remind the government of its role in the state of Internet connectivity in the US. In its filing with the US Federal Communcations Commission, the telecom giant lays out its case against why local broadband, or "Government-Owned Networks" (GON), shouldn't be allowed.

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AT&T files patent suit against Cox over years of unlicensed patent use

08/30, 10:12am

Suit likely to span years, covers most all of Cox's in-home networking

After what AT&T calls "years of protracted negotiations," it has filed suit against Cox Communications, alleging that the cable company has violated seven patents covering general networking, digital video recorders (DVR), and packet loss mitigation. In a change from "normal" patent suits, AT&T is not seeking sales embargoes, but instead looks for a "compulsory ongoing royalty" for products that use the patents in question.

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Online Apple store now offering iPhone upgrades via AT&T Next

08/27, 12:07pm

Verizon, T-Mobile upgrade support only being piloted at retail

Apple's US online store is now offering iPhone shoppers the chance to purchase a device via an AT&T Next upgrade plan, instead of just choosing a two-year contract or going unlocked. Previously, people on a Next plan had to upgrade through AT&T itself. Apple's site provides a chart illustrating the differences between the 12- and 18-month Next plans and going with a regular contract.

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Amazon pushes the first major update over-the-air for Fire Phone

08/21, 5:15pm

Update brings FireOS version 3.5.1, improves battery and ability to create folders

Amazon announced that it is pushing out the first major update for the company's new smartphone, the Fire Phone. The update will be delivered over-the-air for early adopters on AT&T, bringing with it a number of improvements and changes that are said to give the phone better battery life, video sharing and make navigation easier. The update pushes FireOS to version 3.5.1.

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AT&T bringing gigabit Internet to Silicon Valley with Cupertino push

08/20, 2:14pm

Gigabit Internet will become available in Cupertino

AT&T has become the first major telecommunications provider to declare it will offer a gigabit Internet service in Silicon Valley in the future. The high-speed service will roll out in Cupertino, Apple's base of operations, though the company has not yet revealed when it will roll out the network in the area, when it will be available to customers, nor how much it will ultimately cost.

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AT&T preparing network for LTE Multicast service launch in 2015

08/14, 7:51pm

LTE-based broadcasting system due on AT&T next year

AT&T is expecting to start rolling out its LTE Broadcast system next year, an executive has revealed. Also called LTE Multicast, the system would allow AT&T the ability to broadcast one set of content, such as a TV channel or some other form of video content, to multiple subscribers simultaneously, a system which in theory could help AT&T efficiently conserve its network resources.

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AT&T offers $200 off 4G iPads with Next upgrades to iPhone 5s and 5c

08/13, 12:41pm

Carrier likely clearing out stock ahead of next-gen hardware

AT&T has begun a new promotion aimed at people on Next upgrade plans. If a subscriber buys an iPhone 5s or 5c, the carrier is offering $200 off a cellular-equipped iPad. That brings the price of a 16GB cellular Retina Mini down to $329, and an equivalent Air to $429. There are other stipulations as well however, namely that an iPad has to be activated under a two-year wireless agreement on a Mobile Share Value plan or a standalone data plan.

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Timex Ironman One GPS+ has own data connection, Mirasol display

08/06, 1:51pm

Smartwatch from Timex includes messaging, emergency texting

Watch manufacturer Timex is attempting to enter the smartwatch market, by collaborating with Qualcomm and AT&T. The Ironman One GPS+ aims to provide typical smartwatch and GPS running watch functions, though instead of relying on a Bluetooth connection with a smartphone for data, it will instead use its own cellular connection.

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AT&T plans 99 cent LG G Pad 7.0 bundle with LG smartphone purchase

08/04, 12:11pm

LTE edition of LG G Pad 7.0 goes on sale in US from August 8 on AT&T

AT&T will become the first carrier to sell the LG G Pad 7.0 LTE in the United States, it has announced. Part of the same product family as the G Pad 8.0 and G Pad 10.1, the LTE-equipped G Pad 7.0 will be available to purchase through the carrier from August 8, with AT&T not only offering it as a standalone item, but also heavily discounting it when bought alongside a select number of LG smartphones.

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Netflix to give customers better speeds through AT&T peering deal

07/29, 8:13pm

Agreement dates back to May, but wasn't planned to be announced to the public

In the quest to give its users a better streaming experience, Netflix has reached an agreement with AT&T to gain a direct network connection. The two companies revealed that they entered into a peering deal after news broke from anonymous sources that the movie service reached another streaming arrangement. Previously, Netflix had worked out similar deals with Verizon and Comcast.

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AT&T misses revenue guidance, blames customer transition to AT&T Next

07/23, 4:56pm

Company still rolling in cash, pulls down $5.6 billion in income

Communications giant AT&T has released its quarterly earnings report for its second quarter of the fiscal year. AT&T's consolidated revenues totaled $32.6 billion, up 1.6 percent versus the year-earlier period. Compared with results for the second quarter of 2013, operating expenses were $27.0 billion versus $26.0 billion; operating income was $5.6 billion versus $6.1 billion; and operating income margin was 17.2 percent versus 19.1 percent.

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LG's G3 smartphone and G Watch available July 8 through AT&T

07/07, 4:25pm

Flagship phone comes out on AT&T ahead of competitors, G Watch at discount

LG's new phone, the G3 and the company's first Android Wear entry, the G Watch, will be available to AT&T customers starting tomorrow. While the availability starts as a pre-order for the G3, retail locations are said to offer the devices on July 11. The announcement follows news from Sprint and T-Mobile that they would offer the G3, but AT&T is the first carrier to make it available to consumers.

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WSJ: Amazon smartphone will be exclusive to AT&T

06/17, 10:22am

Rumored Amazon smartphone said to ship just on AT&T in United States

Amazon's rumored smartphone could be exclusive to AT&T, according to the Wall Street Journal and other reports. The mobile device, expected to be launched by the retailer tomorrow, will apparently work with just AT&T in the United States, with the claim apparently lending an answer to an earlier rumor about a Prime Data service plan for the phone.

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Apple, Cisco, AT&T join MS in opposing warrants on international data

06/16, 11:32am

Court ruling could have impacts on global security

Apple, Cisco, and AT&T have filed amicus curiae briefs in support of Microsoft's appeal of court decision that could force it to turn over email from an Irish customer to US law enforcement. Magistrate Judge James Francis IV ordered Microsoft to supply the data based on the Stored Communications Act, even though the content in question not only belongs to an Irish person but is stored on servers in Dublin. Microsoft has argued that this violates the SCA, international law, and treaties the US has signed that govern how to handle requests for data on foreign citizens.

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AT&T increases activation fee for two-year contracts to $40 per line

06/13, 10:15am

Increase of $4 makes AT&T most expensive for line activation among major carriers

AT&T has increased the activation fee for new lines taken up by some of its customers. The June 8th increase, from the previous $36 per line to $40, applies to customers signing up for a new two-year commitment with the carrier, with the change in price making AT&T the most expensive carrier to activate a device on out of the four largest in the United States.

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Winston-Salem ratifies agreement with AT&T for gigabit Internet

06/13, 9:35am

Locality one of 100 named by AT&T for future expansion

Winston-Salem, NC City officials ratified an agreement with AT&T to bring gigabit-class Internet access to residents and businesses.  AT&T will provide U-verse with GigaPower over a fiber network with speeds capable of up to one gigabit per second. The agreement stemmed from a North Carolina Next Generation Network (NCNGN) initiative, composed of six cities, four universities, and local business leaders working to encourage development of high-speed broadband networks in the state.

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Apple Stores to do in-store sign-ups for prepaid/monthly iPhone plans

06/06, 3:04pm

Could increase traffic at smaller carriers

Apple's US stores are preparing to do in-store sign-ups for people wanting to put an iPhone on a prepaid or monthly plan, a source says. At the moment, people can buy an unlocked phone at an Apple Store, but they have to use their own SIM or go to a carrier outlet if they don't want to sign up for a contract. Initially Apple is said to be partnering with AT&T and T-Mobile; in the case of the former, stores will reportedly be stocking up on GoPhone activation kits and SIM cards. T-Mobile subscribers will only need the SIM cards already available through Apple.

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AT&T spells out savings, customer benefits in DirectTV buy SEC filing

06/04, 1:16pm

None of the savings likely to be passed to customers, will fund expansions

In the controversial process of merging with DirecTV, AT&T will have to file a great deal of regulatory paperwork with the federal government. One such document to the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has revealed that AT&T believes it can save 20 percent on the cost of acquiring programming for its users. These savings are unlikely to be passed to the customer, and instead will be intended to fund rural broadband programs and other expansions planned by the mega-corporation, should the merger be approved.

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Samsung Galaxy S5 Active launches on AT&T with ruggedized body

05/30, 6:52am

Shock-resistant Galaxy S5 Active ships with side convenience key

AT&T has launched the rumored Active variant of the Samsung Galaxy S5 on its network. Taking after the Galaxy S4 Active, the Galaxy S5 Active combines the internals of the Galaxy S5 with a ruggedized body, allowing it to add the US MiL-STD 810G rating for shock, temperature, and altitude to the smartphone's existing IP67-level water and dust-proofing.

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AT&T will open up Asus PadFone X for pre-order on June 6th

05/28, 12:09pm

Combined PadFone X smartphone, tablet still lacks a shipping date in US

The Asus PadFone X will finally arrive to the United States later this year, with AT&T announcing it will be starting pre-orders for the device from June 6th. The carrier did not reveal exactly when it will start shipping the smartphone and dockable-tablet combination, but it did confirm it will be selling both components together as a bundle.

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Andrew 'weev' Auernheimer demands 28,296 Bitcoin from US Government

05/20, 7:53pm

Conviction tossed on inappropriate venue, Auernheimer demands recompense

The man accused of hacking personal information out of AT&T servers by the federal government, Andrew "weev" Auernheimer, is demanding that the US Government pay 28,296 Bitcoins ($13.9 million at today's exchange rate) for his time in federal custody. Auernheimer wrote on his Twitter account that "it is time, now that the fraud and violence committed against me has been exposed by the appeals process, to begin making amends to me."

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Senator Al Franken speaks out against AT&T's purchase of DirecTV

05/19, 5:40pm

Senator is 'skeptical' of the deal that will lead to higher prices, less choice for consumers

Appearing on CNN's New Day, Senator Al Franken (D-MN) voiced his concerns regarding the recent deal that would see AT&T purchasing DirecTV for $48.5 billion. Asked about the mega-merger, Franken pointed out that the deal would likely raise prices further for consumers, and likely treads on antitrust grounds.

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AT&T relaunches Cricket Wireless with nationwide LTE, unlimited data

05/19, 6:49am

Aio Wireless rolled into relaunched Cricket, 3,000 stores refurbished

AT&T has relaunched its Cricket prepaid brand nationally, rolling its existing Aio Wireless brand and services into the prepaid carrier. The new Cricket will provide customers with nation-wide access to AT&T's HPSA+ and 4G LTE network, rather than its previous smaller CDMA network, with customers having a new selection of price plans and devices to use on the service.

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AT&T outlines $49 billion acquisition of DirecTV

05/18, 6:40pm

Boards of both companies agree unanimously to the deal for $95 per share

Today, AT&T and DirecTV reached an agreement over the acquisition of the satellite provider by one of the nation's largest cellular carriers. The details of the deal, which will come to a total of $49 billion, will see AT&T conducting a stock-and-cash transaction based on the closing value of AT&T's stock on Friday. The deal was agreed upon unanimously by board members on both sides.

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AT&T close to DirecTV buyout offer, could come as early as Sunday

05/17, 2:38pm

Deal's specifics not yet known, rumored to be near $50 billion

AT&T is reportedly ready to announce a deal for satellite communications company DirecTV on Sunday. Allegedly, DirecTV CEO Mike White has told senior executives that the deal with AT&T is finalized, and details are ready to be released to the public. The buyout, rumored to approach $50 billion, will give the combined broadcast entity over 26 million subscribers, rivaling that of Comcast and Time Warner's accumulated subscriber base.

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US ISPs rail against FCC suggestion of Title II regulation of service

05/15, 4:38pm

AT&T, Verizon, Comcast dislike idea of ombudsmen monitoring business

Amidst wide concern about today's US Federal Communications Commission vote on Chairman Tom Wheeler's net neutrality proposal, the three major Internet service providers are apparently not pleased as well. AT&T has penned a missive complaining that the potential regulation of Internet providers as a utility would "place a cloud" over innovation and harm customers. Additionally, Verizon believes that the same utility-like regulation, should the ISPs induce the FCC to enact it, would "jeopardize investment and innovation in broadband."

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AT&T launching HD Voice in selected markets from May 23

05/15, 12:50pm

Illinois, Indiana, Minnesota, Wisconsin first to get AT&T HD Voice

AT&T will start to roll out HD Voice across its cellular network from May 23rd, the company has announced. The service, which will operate on an all-IP Voice over LTE (VoLTE) network, will allow customers to make clearer calls over its network, while at the same time being able to continue to use the device's data connection at 4G LTE speeds.

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FCC 2015 bandwidth auction seeing heavy discussion in fed circles

05/14, 6:00pm

Letters from both sides of government show bipartisan gridlock on issue

Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler has confirmed that he plans to limit how much spectrum AT&T and Verizon can buy in the 2015 auction of bandwidth reclaimed from TV broadcasters after the shift to digital broadcasting. As with his net neutrality stance, the proposal is drawing heated debate and strong opinions from Congress as well as industry sources.

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AT&T offer for DirecTV said to be worth up to $50 billion

05/13, 11:57am

Two sources claim between $95 - $100 per share for DirecTV

Discussions between AT&T and DirecTV are heating up, according to sources familiar with the matter. Reportedly, AT&T is looking at offering $48 billion for the satellite communications company in the next few weeks. Still to be negotiated are a "break-up" fee if regulators or other forces nix the deal, and the ultimate fate of DirecTV's CEO Mike White after the merger.

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Wall Street Journal: AT&T pursuing buyout of DirecTV

05/01, 9:05am

Combined company would be nearly the size of Comcast and Time Warner Cable

AT&T has reportedly contacted DirecTV about purchasing the satellite television provider, according to sources familiar with the matter. The deal, if ever pursued to completion, would generate a 26 million user-strong television network, rivaling the size of the combined Comcast and Time Warner Cable giant. A timetable for an offer is unknown.

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Cox plans own residential gigabit Internet service launching this year

05/01, 5:26am

First Cox gigabit Internet service locations to be revealed in coming weeks

Cox is planning to offer its customers a gigabit Internet service, competing against similar services being deployed by Google and AT&T. CEO Pat Esser revealed in an interview the company will be moving towards expanding the high-speed service from its current corporate customers into the residential market, with the first roll-outs set to occur before the end of this year.

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Briefly: Popcorn Time for Android, AT&T to offer in-flight Wi-Fi

04/29, 2:04am

Movie streaming BitTorrent app now available on Android devices

Popcorn Time, a BitTorrent for streaming movies has announced its upcoming launch for Android devices. Popcorn Time allows users to watch pirated video content for free, including TV shows and movies. Any video can be viewed as many times as desired, offered in the highest quality possible, with subtitles available. The source code for the Android version of Popcorn Time will soon be available on GitHub.

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Apple tops 2014 JD Power rankings for smartphone satisfaction

04/24, 12:05pm

Samsung follows close behind

Apple has topped a 2014 JD Power ranking of customer satisfaction among US smartphone owners. Each smartphone maker is scored according to metrics for performance, physical design, features, and ease of use, and relative to each of the four major US carriers: AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, and Sprint. Apple is in first place with all four carriers, but trailed closely by Samsung.

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GameStop to add 23 Simply Mac, 400 Spring Mobile stores this year

04/23, 1:46pm

Retailer diversifies as game sales switch to downloads

US-based game retailer GameStop is planning to add 23 Simply Mac locations this year, and as many as 400 Spring Mobile and Cricket locations, says the Star-Telegram. The company bought out Simply Mac and Spring Mobile last year in an attempt to diversify its revenue. Simply Mac is an authorized Apple reseller, whereas Spring Mobile sells AT&T products; Cricket is based on the AT&T network. The expansion is expected to cost up to $140 million, based on a mix of buying existing outlets and constructing new ones. GameStop says it expects to add 200 to 250 Spring locations and 100 to 150 Cricket outlets.

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The Chernin Group, AT&T partner for media streaming effort

04/22, 4:13pm

Chernin dumps $500 million into partnership's unknown project

AT&T is partnering with The Chernin Group, with the latter pouring $500 million into an effort to distribute Internet-based video services. What exactly AT&T and Chernin will produce as a result isn't clear, but premium services like Netflix are suspected. The terms of the deal have not yet been announced. Chernin's group focuses on developing premium content for film and television, making investments in technology and media companies in the US, and capitalizing on strategic business opportunities in emerging markets.

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AT&T reveals 21 metropolitan areas for Gigabit Internet expansion

04/22, 11:09am

Up to 100 candidate cities planned to receive AT&T U-Verse with GigaPower service

AT&T has outlined a plan to roll out and expand its fiber service to 100 candidate cities and municipalities across the United States. The plans, which includes 21 new metropolitan areas, expands upon the company's existing U-Verse with GigaPower build-out taking place in Austin, Texas, which will see subscribers receiving TV services as well as a fiber connection promising speeds of up to 1 Gigabit per second.

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Briefly: PS Store flash sale, AT&T updates GoPhone plan

04/18, 10:20pm

Playstation Store puts 30 games on sale for $1 each

Sony has announced a flash sale on its Playstation Store, offering 30 games on sale for $1 each. Classic titles such as Braid, Everyday Shooter, Gotham City Impostors, Plants vs Zombies and more are available for PS3, PSP and PS Vista. The Playstation Store's flash sale runs until April 21 at 7AM PST.

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FCC limiting 2015 AT&T, Verizon bandwidth auction purchases

04/17, 6:15pm

Smaller carriers favored in auction -- 30MHz reserved

Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler has confirmed that he plans to limit how much spectrum AT&T and Verizon can buy in the 2015 auction of bandwidth reclaimed from TV broadcasters. The chairman spoke out a day after AT&T threatened to boycott the auction, possibly slashing the reimbursement that the government would get from the auction.

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Court tosses conviction for man accused of stealing iPad user data

04/11, 3:16pm

Case filed in wrong state, Appeals court says

The 3rd US Circuit Court of Appeals has unanimously tossed the conviction of Andrew Auernheimer, an Arkansas man accused of stealing the personal data of about 120,000 iPad users, says Reuters. Auernheimer was convicted of the crimes in November 2012 and sentenced to 41 months in prison. The case was filed in New Jersey however, and the appeals court has ruled that he was prosecuted in the wrong state, since his crimes weren't committed there.

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Briefly: Microsoft Surface 2 LTE in UK, AT&T NYC subway coverage plans

04/10, 7:43am

Microsoft opens pre-orders for Surface 2 with LTE in UK

Microsoft has opened up pre-orders for the Surface 2 with LTE in the United Kingdom. Just as with its launch last month in the United States, the UK edition will be limited to just a 64GB model, and its £539 ($905) represents a £100 ($168) increase over the standard Wi-Fi model. Microsoft will be shipping the Windows RT tablet on the 8th of May.

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Analyst: iPhones still top dog among US carriers

04/04, 1:30am

Revamped HTC One M8 knocks Galaxy S4 from second at Verizon

The iPhone -- specifically, the iPhone 5s -- has been the top seller at all four major US carriers since its introduction, a trend that continued in March according to figures compiled by Canaccord Genuity analyst T. Michael Walkley. The year-old Samsung Galaxy S4 took second place among three of the four carriers, though it was knocked out of second at Verizon by the new HTC One M8. The S4 took third at Verizon, with the company's Note 3 phablet taking third at AT&T and Sprint, while the LG G2 took third at T-Mobile.

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Asus PadFone X hardware specifications revealed by AT&T

03/28, 6:20am

Five-inch Full HD display of PadFone X joined by nine-inch tablet dock

AT&T has revealed details about the upcoming PadFone X, close to three months after its initial announcement. The smartphone section will use a 5-inch 1080p display, which can be slotted into the back of an accompanying tablet dock, providing a larger 9-inch 1920x1200 screen as well as an extra power supply by a secondary battery, among other extras.

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Briefly: AT&T Galaxy Note 3 adds Android 4.4, The Last of Us for PS4

03/27, 7:50pm

AT&T announces addition of Android 4.4 to its available Galaxy Note 3 units

AT&T announced today that it is now rolling out the latest version of Android for its version of the Samsung Galaxy Note 3. Current users of the Note 3 through AT&T can update through the Software Update menu. Upon doing so, users will receive a revised user interface, improved GPS, and the option to select a default messaging app. When initiating the system update, AT&T recommends the device has at least a 50 percent charged battery.

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