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.
AT&T is on a mission to garner support from industry heavy hitters to help sway opinion in favor of its proposed $39 billion T-Mobile purchase.
AT&T CEO Ralph De La Vega admits Windows Phone 7 sales have been slow, but remains cautiously optimistic about the future of the Nokia-backed platform.
AT&T has finally removed the shackles that prevented its customers from using the Amazon Appstore.
In March, AT&T announced plans to purchase T-Mobile and almost immediately ran into problems from the FCC due to potential antitrust matters.
AT&T is just about ready to launch the Infuse 4G, a new phone that takes it to the next level.
Three prominent wireless carriers are apparently scaling back a joint mobile payments initiative known as Isis.
It's like giving the mobile carrier a license to print money.
The number of people signing up for AT&T service for the first time has plummeted.
Don't bother buying a Playbook if you have an AT&T Blackberry.
"Unauthorized" tethering remains a popular, albeit controversial practice in the United States.
Anyone who thinks AT&T's iPhone doesn't drop calls should look at these numbers.
It's becoming more and more expensive to own an iPhone.
The chairman of the House subcommittee on communications and technology has expressed concern over AT&T's planned acquisition of T-Mobile.
A bipartisan group of legislators has asked four major U.S. carriers - AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon and Sprint - to clarify what methods are used to track the whereabouts of subscribers.
Rival mobile carrier as well as the state of New York have added to the list of entities that aren't too happy.
The regulatory committee that needs to approve the merger between T-Mobile and AT&T may give the companies a hard time, due to potential antitrust concerns.
Amazon's Appstore platform launched this week, giving Android users an easier and more convenient way to search for, pay for, and download apps.
It often seems as if this country takes one step forward and two steps back. Case in point: the unrestrained greed behind AT&T's acquisition of T-Mobile.
AT&T announced yesterday that it has reached a deal to acquire T-Mobile. It cost AT&T $39 billion to become the most powerful carrier in the US.