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.
The amount of flexibility in AT&T's mobile service plans just keeps shrinking.
So much for the idea of getting to keep your unlimited data plan.
AT&T is rolling out the Gingerbread like it's Christmas time.
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.
AT&T's new and improved 4G network will be ready for the spotlight later this summer.
Insuring the safety of your iPhone is soon to be a lot cheaper.
It seems free Internet access is popping up all over the place these days, and now public parks are getting added to that list.
AT&T has finally removed the shackles that prevented its customers from using the Amazon Appstore.
The number of people signing up for AT&T service for the first time has plummeted.
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.
AT&T has apparently decided to limit the amount of data its home broadband users can use every month.
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.
Despite the fact that it had one of its best years in recent history, and has attracted millions of new customers, AT&T has yer again been rated, by far, as the worst mobile phone provider in the US by Consumer Reports.