Tag: AT&T

Will Disney’s OTT service matter to Netflix?

Disney launches its own OTT service next year into a market where Netflix has spent its way to the top. Will Disney’s offer be too little too late to catch up? Or is there room for another big OTT player? As an over-the-top (OTT) operator Netflix,... Read More

Which carrier uses the most data?

So, how much data did the month of February see wasted used on Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile or Sprint by cellular and plan type? Well, the latest AppOptix report by research firm Strategy Analytics brings us the answer to that pressing question.... Read More

Wireless firms rollout 5G hotspots prior to mobile device deployment

AT&T and Verizon have admitted it’s unlikely we will see 5G-compatible phones in 2018 and, as a result, will both look to introduce the fifth generation of mobile technology via portable hotspots at some point this year. “I would expect that... Read More

The Most Effective Way to Circumvent Your Snooping ISP

Thanks to our US Senate & House’s decision, Internet Service Providers (ISPs)  can sell your entire web browsing history to literally anyone without your permission. The only rules that prevented this are all being repealed, and won’t be... Read More

FOX Is Going To Buy Sky TV

21st Century Fox, the parent company of all Fox-named properties, reached a preliminary agreement to take over all of pay-TV giant Sky for an all-cash deal valued at around $23.3 billion. Fox currently owns around 40% of Sky, so while surprising, the... Read More

AT&T Customers Can Now Send a Text Message with Amazon Echo

AT&T is launching a skill on Amazon’s Alexa-enabled devices that lets you send a text message simply by talking. Customers can get the AT&T Send Message skill starting Nov. 18. Customers can also buy Amazon Echo and Echo Dot that day... Read More

What’s up w/the iOS9’s WiFi Assist feature?

Apple’s new iOS 9 operating system has an awesome feature called Wi-Fi Assist. You’ll love it — unless you’re one of those folks that wasn’t grandfathered into an unlimited data plan.  Wi-Fi Assist is a new tool that lets... Read More

What does cable-company consolidation mean for it’s customers?

Let me be brief. Cable companies are racing to reinvent themselves as the cord cutting is at an all time high.  Over the past 12 months – the cost for sports and TV continue to rise, while in the past 12 months – more than 500,000 TV... Read More

AT&T Labs and their coolest projects

These days, researchers at AT&T Labs are focusing on cars, smart homes, wearables and health apps, judging by projects showcased at the company’s Research Day. I can’t tell you how excited I am to receive an invitation to attend this... Read More

Wireless Service Begins at 30 New Underground Subway Stations in Mid-town New York

Wireless Voice and Data Service Now Available for AT&T and T-Mobile USA Customers; Boingo Wireless Continues to Operate Ad-Supported Wi-Fi; Sprint and Verizon Wireless in Talks to Provide Wireless Service Later This Year NEW YORK – April 25,... Read More

Motorola Atrix 2 by AT&T

Fast. Really, really fast. I’ve had the pleasure of testing out the new Motorola Atrix 2 for several weeks now and I can tell you one thing. This phone is spectacular. I’d like to point out a couple of things right from the start. There... Read More

Windows Phone 7 Smartphone – Review and Giveaway

The HTC HD75 phone, which is included into the line-up of AT&T Windows 7 Phone mobile handset. In a sleek and compact design, with the impressive from Super LCD Screen. Comes with Super Screen 4.3inch WVGA LCD with a resolution of 480 x 800, which... Read More

HTC Status: Review and Giveaway

Recently, I was able to review the new HTC Status™ thanks to our kind friends at AT&T. The HTC Status combines the best  features of your typical Blackberry and iPhone devices into one light, versatile, and highly functional Android based... Read More