AT&T announces its own glasses-free 3D phone

Just in time for this week's CTIA conference in Orlando, AT&T has announced two brand new smartphones, one of which it promises will be the first "glasses-free 3D" phone to hit store shelves.

AT&T plans to acquire T-Mobile for $39 billion

AT&T plans to acquire T-Mobile USA from Deutsche Telekom AG for a cool $39 billion.

AT&T to cap home broadband data too

AT&T has apparently decided to limit the amount of data its home broadband users can use every month.

Analysis: AT&T telecom "reform" is bad for consumers

AT&T is about to reap some significant benefits from its latest attempt to deregulate the telecommunications services offered in Michigan.

AT&T iPhone beats Verizon on data speed test

Although Verizon blows AT&T out of the water when it comes to service reliability and customer satisfaction, when it comes to the hard numbers of how fast the iPhone 4 can download data, the winner is AT&T.

Analysis: AT&T corporate personhood Supreme Court loss is a good thing

On Tuesday The U.S. Supreme Court ruled against AT&T’s claim that personal privacy rights prevent the federal government from disclosing records that might reveal corporate wrongdoing to the public.

AT&T hacker posts bail, leaves jail

Andrew Auernheimer, the man accused of sneaking into AT&T's website and finding a back door to personal data of its thousands of 3G iPad customers, has managed to foot the $50,000 bail levied against him.

Kindle coming to AT&T Stores

AT&T will begin selling 3G versions of Amazon's Kindle e-reader in March, in hopes of attracting more people to the wireless connectivity it offers on the device.

Verizon iPhone has "death grip" too

Despite some reports that Apple went in and fixed the "antenna-gate" issue that plagued the iPhone 4's initial launch on AT&T, Consumer Reports says it's still a problem.

Will iPhone 5 go to T-Mobile and Sprint?

Apple is no longer contractually bound to bring the iPhone exclusively to AT&T, and that's why you can now go to the store and buy a Verizon iPhone with no problem. But why should AT&T stop there? Rumors now suggest the next iteration of Apple's mobile phone will be available on all four of the major carriers.

Xperia Play not exclusive to Verizon

If you were dying to get your hands on a new Xperia Play phone from Sony Ericsson, the device many are simply calling the "Playstation phone," but don't have or want Verizon's expensive service? Good news - it will be coming to other carriers.

AT&T's first 4G phone coming earlier: rumor

Arguably the most anticipated phone to hit AT&T since the iPhone 4 went on sale last year, the Atrix 4G will be the carrier's first to delve into its next-generation mobile network. And now it looks like customers may be able to get their hands on it earlier than expected.

Verizon iPhone will cost Google one million Android sales

The advent of a Verizon-specific iPhone is likely to cost Google and its partners approximately one million potential Android sales during the first fiscal quarter of 2011 - with Apple projected to offload approximately 1.5 million of the popular devices to Verizon customers.

Short lines on Verizon iPhone launch day

Verizon may have set its one-day phone sales record in just two hours when the iPhone went up online for pre-order, but on the day when Verzion Wireless retail stores are set to make the device available to customers for the first time, the reaction is strikingly muted.

Verizon iPhone 4 nixes antennagate, improves GPS

Despite the constant moaning from Steve Jobs about how AT&T's version of the iPhone 4 was perfect, had no antenna problems, and didn't need any tweaking, it looks like Apple decided to "fix" it anyway. Research firm iSuppli has found some major changes to the  device for its change to Verizon.

Verizon iPhone pre-orders begin

Like moths to a flame, Verizon customers are being tempted today with the striking reality that is the iPhone running on their mobile network. Anyone who currently has Verizon service has been able to pre-order the Apple phone since 3:00 this morning.

AT&T to offer iPhone data tethering

AT&T users no longer need to feel jealous about the fact that Verizon's iPhone will have the ability to be used as a mobile Wi-Fi hotspot. The original iPhone carrier has announced it is working on bringing the same functionality to its customers.

Class-action lawsuit hits AT&T over iPhone data

Breach of contract; unjust enrichment; unlawful, unfair and fraudulent business practices. That's what AT&T has to defend itself against in a big class-action lawsuit that comes as the company is already scrambling to fill the iPhone-exclusivity void.

Unlike AT&T, Verizon wants unlimited iPhone data

AT&T shook the world last year when it stopped offering unlimited data plans because, as assumed by many insiders, of the iPhone's tax on mobile data. But Verizon's taking a different approach. In fact, if you get a Verizon iPhone you may have no other option other than to take an unlimited data plan.

Best Buy teases white iPhone 4

Consumers who held off on the iPhone 4 launch because they were waiting for the white version - which was supposed to come out just weeks after the black model - may soon be able to buy their coveted device.