The second smartphone to hit the market with true 3D display functionality will be 50% cheaper than the first.
AT&T is rolling out the Gingerbread like it's Christmas time.
The Google-optimized Nexus S smartphone is now available at a new bargain price, if you're willing to sign up with AT&T.
A prominent senator has called on regulators to block the controversial AT&T/T-Mobile merger as it would inevitably "cause substantial harm to competition and consumers."
The federal crackdown against Anonymous continues as U.S. prosecutors charge 14 people with conspiracy and intentional damage over their alleged participation in a DDoS attack against Paypal from December 6-10, 2010.
The zany, spherical avians who first gained popularity on the iPhone are about to bring their anger to a whole new dimension.
Don't plan on buying a phone designed for AT&T's 4G LTE network and being able to use it with Verizon, or vice versa.
Amazon is launching an ad-supported version of its popular Kindle 3G on the AT&T network for a flat fee of $139.
AT&T's new and improved 4G network will be ready for the spotlight later this summer.
Over the last five months, Verizon has slowly been eating away at AT&T's iPhone 4 market share.
On July 7th, Verizon will replace its unlimited smartphone data plan with three separate tiers: $30 for 2GB per month, $50 for 5GB and $80 for 10 GB.
Insuring the safety of your iPhone is soon to be a lot cheaper.
The iPhone isn't just for the rich and famous anymore.
A quarter of all Americans no longer have a landline, according to the latest figures from the Federal Communications Commission.
An analyst has serious doubts about earlier reports that suggested a low-end iPhone was on the way.
A San Francisco man has admitted writing the code used to steal the personal data of 120,000 iPad users from AT&T servers last June.
Are you still confused when you see a commercial for a phone claiming to have '4G' speed?
Verizon will reportedly become the next big major carrier to end unlimited mobile data for smartphone customers.
It seems free Internet access is popping up all over the place these days, and now public parks are getting added to that list.
Why, what a surprise! It seems as if AT&T has been handing out wads of cash to groups that "coincidentally" support the corporation's controversial acquisition of T-Mobile.