The company has banned obscenity in its passwords, though no one seems to have any idea as to why.
Have you ever looked at your phone bill and tried to decipher how it got so ridiculously bloated? After all, you do get unlimited data and calls for $39.99, right? AT&T has realized that its bills have become kind of ridiculous, so it now plans to send them in the form of a custom video made just for you.
In the wake of Sandy, the affected area is seeing a different kind of corporate welfare. Companies that we jokingly refer to as uncaring monoliths are helping folks out in ways that go beyond good PR. It's a welcome sight...
You're reading DVICE because we're all about the futuristic concepts and what's going to happen with technology down the road. In 1961, this hilariously doofy (by today's instant gratification standards), vision of the digital future from Bell/AT&T was the future.
New Orleans, LA — AT&T wants to make home automation a no-brainer and cheap with a new line of products under the Digital Life family name, unveiled here at the CTIA spring show.
AT&T's poster child might be the iPhone, but there's a new hottie in town: HTC's One X. Arguably one of the best looking (and fastest) Android 4.0 smartphones, the One X will be available on AT&T this May.
The most unloved wireless carrier in the U.S. is finally doing something that doesn't screw over its customers. Starting April 8, AT&T will kindly unlock iPhones locked to its network, provided you have fulfilled your contract and your account is in good standing.
Using electronic devices while driving is a huge distraction. Even the act of looking at or listening to your GPS can take your mind off the road. AT&T Labs is working on a solution that alerts drivers to navigational information by triggering vibrations on the steering wheel to augment other GPS commands.
Everybody's least favorite wireless carrier isn't afraid of anyone. It does whatever it wants, whenever it wants. Now AT&T it's telling existing unlimited data plan users to kiss its orbicular butt as it introduces new rules that'll effectively slow down data usage.
The Lumia 710 isn't the only Nokia smartphone coming to the U.S. Intel points to AT&T getting a larger and faster variant of the Windows Phone 7-powered Lumia 800, rumored to be called the "Ace" or "Lumia 900."