Once again, AT&T has been chosen as the exclusive mobile data provider for a new product.
AT&T has just introduced a new Android-powered smartphone that can cater to budget-conscious mobile consumers.
The latest adjustment that may need to be made in order to salvage the AT&T/T-Mobile merger is a reduction in the amount of money that will change hands.
Sprint has filed a lawsuit aimed at preventing the proposed AT&T-T-Mobile merger, adding its voice to that of the Justice Department to claim that the deal would increase prices and hamper competition.
With the US Department of Justice showing strong opposition to the AT&T buyout of T-Mobile, the carrier is ready to do drastic things to prevent the deal from dying.
According to the latest Nieslen data, there are nearly 1.5 times as many Android users as iPhone owners in the US.
As the US Department of Justice prepares to sue to block AT&T's takeover of T-Mobile, the question now becomes "what if the deal fails?"
Sprint has scheduled an unspecified media event for October 7, a date that's eerily close to when the next iPhone is expected to be revealed.
The Department of Justice is attempting to block AT&T's plans to take over T-Mobile on anti-trust grounds.
Although Sprint still arguably offers the best value for mobile subscription services, it's about to lose that title for early termination fees.
If the AT&T/T-Mobile deal goes through, it could actually mean huge job creation, something that's not very typical for a corporate merger like this.
Samsung's latest Android-powered smartphone models will be available next month, but as expected Verizon will not be carrying it.
Sprint has issued a memo to all employees to keep their lips shut about the potentiality of a Sprint-powered iPhone.
Samsung's powerful next-generation smartphone will be going to AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile, but not Verizon, and that's Verizon's decision.
Verizon is once again ranked as the most reliable mobile carrier in the US.
There's new fuel to the fire of speculation that Apple is working on a 4G version of its inimitable iPhone product line.
The amount of flexibility in AT&T's mobile service plans just keeps shrinking.
Although not officially confirmed by HTC, it seems the next big thing from the company will be a smartphone called the Holiday.
After championing its position to not charge overage fees for capped data customers, T-Mobile has made an about-face.
So much for the idea of getting to keep your unlimited data plan.