Who dares challenge Samsung's best and biggest Galaxy Nexus smartphone? Sony Ericsson seems up to the task. A new leak points to Sony Ericsson building a smartphone with a huge 720p resolution display with a more-than-necessary megapixel-packed rear camera.
What's this? The slow (by today's standard) and now free-with-two-year contract iPhone 3GS is sold out on AT&T? Yes way! You crazy iPhone people. This is exactly why we didn't get an iPhone 5 this year. People are still willing to eat two-year-old pie.
If you've got a phone that was provided by your job, you know that your data and phone aren't really yours. It's an annoying thing to have to worry about, with non-work-related emails easily accessible to your office's IT guy. But AT&T's new Toggle lets you balance things a bit better.
Apple says that the S in the iPhone 4S stands for "speed," partly because its new HSDPA chipset allows for greatly improved download speeds. But those speeds will only be possible on AT&T.
Despite the fact that AT&T has been advertising its "4G" network for months, its real 4G network is finally launching this Sunday, according to CFO John Stephens.
Here's a video of someone running a bandwidth speed test via an HTC Jetstream tablet connected to AT&T's nascent LTE network. If these speeds hold up, well, we're in for a treat.
Waiting for an iPhone 5? You'll have to wait longer than expected. Previously believed to launch in September, an AT&T vice president has purportedly confirmed that Apple's next iPhone will not debut until the first week of October.
Big changes are on the way for new customers joining AT&T, America's second largest wireless carrier. AT&T is killing its $10 for 1,000 text messages plan in favor of one choice: $20 for unlimited texts starting August 21.
AT&T has lagged behind Verizon in getting its 4G LTE network up and running, instead choosing to advertise its 3G network as a 4G network and hope people didn't ask too many questions. But not for much longer! AT&T should have it's first real 4G phone running on its LTE network by the end of the year.
Voted America's least favorite wireless carrier, AT&T is going to do the official evil deed: end unlimited data tethering on all smartphones that aren't using one of its official tethering plans after August 11.