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AT&T is introducing its first-ever tablet for kids as the Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 Lite Kids Edition. The tablet is in partnership with Samsung and consists of educational apps and parental controls.
Warner Bros. Discovery, which recently got merged with AT&T-owned WarnerMedia, is now merging its streaming platform Discovery Plus with HBO Max as well, as announced by CFO Funnar Wiedenfels.
AT&T has joined the Ericsson Startup 5G hub which will allow the carrier to connect with startups developing new products and services that leverage 5G networks that have recently been deployed.
After telecom companies Verizon and AT&T agreed to delay deployment of 5G towers near airports, the FAA has started to rapidly clear airplanes for landing as the C-band won't hamper altimeters.
AT&T and Verizon have agreed to delay switching on some 5G towers near airports to ease the growing tension with the FAA as the agency is adamant the waves negatively impact sensitive equipment.
With the technology that Xandr will bring, Microsoft will be able to accelerate its delivery of digital advertising and retail media capabilities for an enhanced digital ad marketplace.
Qualcomm has announced that it is partnering with over 35 companies worldwide to drive the growth of 5G mmWave, which will potentially allow users to download a 120-minute 4K UHD movie in 27 seconds.
AT&T and Discovery have announced that WarnerMedia is merging with the latter company to create a unified portfolio of content and and stronger presence in the video streaming market.
Today, OnePlus announced its newest series of flagship smartphones, the OnePlus 9 series. In bad news for most customers, the pair of handsets will only get 5G connectivity on T-Mobile.
AT&T has announced that customer on older unlimited wireless plans will be able to use the firm's 5G and 5G+ networks. It said the move was to show appreciation to long-term customers.
Today, AT&T is launching a new deal for the Surface Duo. If you go and trade in an eligible device, you can get the dual-screen smartphone for just $10 a month. It's $33.33 a month without trade-in.
The firm is attempting to enable connected learning by offering discounted wireless data plans, including free hotspots. It is also committing $10 million to help underserved communities.
Apple finally announced its iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 mini today, promising that they start at $799 and $699, respectively. Unfortunately, it seems that they actually cost $30 more on T-Mobile.
AT&T has announced Unlimited Your Way, letting families benefit from activating multiple lines while giving each family member whichever variant of the carrier's Unlimited plans they prefer.
AT&T has announced a new mobile 5G hotspot that supports both its sub-6GHz and mmWave 5G networks. It also uses Wi-Fi 6, and it can connect up to 32 devices at once. It will cost $509.99.
After nearly a year of waiting, Microsoft's dual-screen smartphone, the Surface Duo, is available for everyone to purchase. It starts at $1,399, and you can get it from Microsoft, Best Buy, and AT&T.
As Microsoft is prepping to launch its dual-screen smartphone, called the Surface Duo, renders of the device have now leaked, and apparently Microsoft is making carrier deals for the handset.
AT&T has announced yet another expansion of its low-band 5G network, adding 28 new markets across the U.S. The network now covers 179 million people in 355 markets in the United States.
A number of users in the United States are reporting the inability to make phone calls right now. Moreover, this seems to be affecting all carriers in the country, such as Verizon, T-Mobile, and more.
AT&T has announced the expansion of its sub-6GHz 5G network to 137 new markets, for a total of 327. The network now covers 160 million people, with mmWave 5G available in select cities.
A new report has surfaced saying the Warner Bros. gaming division is being considered for sale, with the deal including studios like NetherRealm, Rocksteady, Monolith Productions, and others.
AT&T, T-Mobile, and Verizon have partnered with iHeartMedia in an initiative, so patients can have all they need during their lengthy stays in hospitals. Up to 40,000 chargers will be donated.
Google is reportedly pulling the March security updates for Pixel 4 users on AT&T. Users began reporting that the update breaks Google Pay, likely because the AT&T build wasn't certified by Google.
AT&T is the latest carrier to join the ongoing effort to combat robocalls in the United States. The new Call Validation Displays is now available to a few phones on the company's network.
AT&T announced today that it's finally bringing its 5G network to New York City; however, the bad news is that for now, the carrier's 5G network is still only limited to businesses.
Microsoft has announced a new partnership with AT&T which will see both companies collaborate on new tech including AI and 5G. Tech-enabled approaches will also be undertaken to do social good.
AT&T is following in Best Buy's footsteps and will be cancelling all preorders for the Galaxy Fold as a result of Samsung's decision to delay the release of its upcoming foldable phone.
AT&T announced today that the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G is now available for its network; however, only businesses and developers can buy the 5G handset, so consumers are left out in the cold.
Samsung's 2019 Galaxy View2 tablet is now available to buy for $740 or $37 per month for 20 months from AT&T. The Galaxy Tab S5e and Tab A 10.1 have also gone on sale for $400 and $230, respectively.
Sprint and AT&T have settled a lawsuit filed in February of this year over the latter's use of fake 5G branding on its mobile device offerings, a marketing stunt that was criticized by rivals.
Announced almost a year ago, AT&T's 5G Evolution network isn't just plain old 4G LTE, but it's actually slower than the 4G LTE services that are provided by competitors Verizon and T-Mobile.
The two networks seem to be in for a legal kerfuffle over AT&T's recent decision to start showing off what is its 4G LTE network as 5G Evolution (5GE) on both Android and iPhone handsets.
After Apple released the second iOS 12.2 beta today, some users with AT&T devices started noticing that their iPhone now displays AT&T's fake 5G logo, which is known as 5G Evolution.
In the latest way that history is repeating itself, AT&T will be branding 4G LTE phones as 5G E (5G Evolution), similar to what it did with HSPA+ phones and 4G just a few years ago.
After promising that it would launch its 5G service before the end of 2018, AT&T has finally revealed when it will go live. Select customers will be able to use a 5G hotspot starting this Friday.
It looks like AT&T isn't done with its 5G-related announcements this week, as the carrier today revealed that it will be selling yet another 5G Samsung smartphone in the second half of 2019.
Hot on the heels of Samsung and Verizon's partnership to launch a 5G smartphone next year, AT&T has now confirmed it's working with the Korean company to carry the same device on its network.
AT&T has provided a few more details regarding its streaming service planned for next year, which is expected to come in three tiers. The company could also be looking to sell its stake in Hulu.
AT&T announced today that it will begin carrying the Razer Phone 2 beginning on Friday. The gaming handset will be available to purchase starting at $26.67 per month on a 30-month plan.