AT&T has agreed to pay Tivo a whopping sum of $215 million, at a time when it also has to clear up money to pay T-Mobile.
Yet again, for some reason, AT&T has the honor of being the first choice for a new mobile initiative.
AT&T may have failed in its bid to take over T-Mobile, but it has at least gained regulatory approval for its purchase of wireless spectrum from Qualcomm.
Just hours after a report surfaced about AT&T coming to the realization that the T-Mobile buyout would likely never be approved, the carrier decided to announce it would no longer pursue the deal.
AT&T might finally realize it's time to wake up and smell the coffee - the carrier has reportedly been stepping down its efforts to push the T-Mobile buyout deal through.
Adding to the bucket of scenarios that could happen if AT&T's proposed T-Mobile acuiqisition falls through, Dish Network is apparently very interested in striking its own deal.
AT&T has reportedly begun throttling the top 5% of its data users to, yes, you guessed it, 2G speeds.
Even though it seems all the forces of the world are against it, AT&T has vowed to keep pursuing the T-Mobile deal to the bitter end.
We are of course talking about the annual Consumer Reports analysis of mobile phone carriers in the US.
The latest and greatest Galaxy Nexus is about to go on sale from Verizon, but it won't include support for Google's mobile payment app.
Carrier IQ is finding itself under even greater scrutiny than its clients' customers, following allegations that its mobile tracking software is invading the privacy of phone users.
Carriers are piling in to insist that they're not snaffling user data by using Carrier IQ's tracking software.
New details are emerging about a plan that AT&T may resort to if it is ultimately unable to close the T-Mobile acquisition deal.
It isn't a good thing when a government-sanctioned entity is criticizing a company over a decision that the government needs to approve.
In what can only be seen as a last-ditch effort to save its proposed purchase of T-Mobile, AT&T is now willing to let some of T-Mobile's assets go to another company.
After years of trying to rediscover itself in a world that is no longer monopolized by packaged retail video games, the ESRB will now rate mobile apps.
Four people have been arrested in the Philippines for a scam which diverted almost $2 million from AT&T into the bank accounts of a Saudi terrorist group.
AT&T and T-Mobile have abandoned attempts to seek approval for a merger from the Federal Communications Commission.
The chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, Julius Genachowski, has said the proposed merger of AT&T and T-Mobile needs more scrutiny - the nearest the FCC can get to blocking the deal altogether.
AT&T has warned customers of an attempt by hackers to access online account information.