As the carrier with the highest number of dropped calls, lowest customer satisfaction rating, and smallest 3G coverage area, AT&T's lifeblood over the last few years has been its iPhone exclusivity.
Mired by complaints about its mobile phone coverage in the US, AT&T has announced the TerreStar Genus, a phone that can get reception absolutely anywhere in the country as long as the user has a clear view of the sky.
Nearly a quarter of iPhone users would switch from AT&T to Verizon if they could, when the carrier's exclusive relationship with Apple ends early next year.
Verizon has launched a potentially lucrative initiative to equip all of its Android devices with improved enterprise-grade security and management tools.
AT&T's next-generation mobile network won't be up and running until about a year from now, making it the slowest of the major carriers to do so.
Verizon's claim that it is the country's "most reliable network" is not just a lot of lofty marketing speak. It actually has the goods to prove it, as has been evidenced again by JD Power & Associate's latest data.
A leaked document has shown how much big brands are spending on Google AdWords - and Apple and its products are the biggest drivers.
The public debate over Net Neutrality has heated up in recent days. The issue - which famously caught the attention of Minnesota Democrat Senator Al Franken - pits big government up against big business and concerned citizens.
Dell has launched its Android-powered Aero smartphone at a $100 price point with a new AT&T contract ($300 without).
Verizon could be set for a boost, to say the least, with a new survey suggesting that nearly a third of US cellphone subscribers would switch to the carrier if it started offering the iPhone.
AT&T has officially weighed in on the raucous net neutrality debate by voicing its opposition to "unrestricted" wireless network access.
Is anyone really surprised that the useful idiots at Dell have shackled and locked down their oversized Streak Android phone?
Dell has confirmed that its long-awaited Streak tablet will be available for US priority pre-sale on August 12, with general availability following just a day later.
AT&T continues to shy away from blowing the iPhone horn, Apple is working on new iPhone chipsets, and Verizon has stopped its cocky "we don't need the iPhone" mentality. You know what that means...
Even though Apple would argue that only a handful of people ever experienced any problems with the iPhone 4's faulty antenna design, nearly 25% of all iPhone 4 owners are upset.
Dev Team hackers have released a long-awaited unlock for Apple's iPhone that allows the device to be used with carriers other than AT&T.
Research In Motion did a less than stellar job pointing out why its new Blackberry Torch is better than the iPhone or Android at a media event in New York today, but once we actually saw the device in action we think that it just might be.
AT&T and Verizon are following the lead of overseas operators and introducing a wireless electronic payment system.
Unabashed Apple fanboi Walt Mossberg has opined - perhaps unbelievably so - that the iPhone 4 remains the "best device" in its class.
A number of iPhone owners have reportedly observed large, unprompted data transfers that occur overnight.