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AT&T to Launch LTE Service in Five Cities This Summer

Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, Houston, and San Antonio will be the first cities to get the new service, which is said to be ten times faster than 3G.

Where Is iOS 4.3 For Verizon?

iOS 4.3 was released for AT&T users on March 9. Over a month and a half later and the major update is still not available for Verizon users. What gives?


AT&T and Verizon's Battle to Deliver LTE to Heat Up This Summer

Verizon's high-speed network is expanding, but AT&T could debut a service with blazing fast speed soon

Verizon Hints at Shared Data Plans

Verizon is set to pull the plug on unlimited data plans, but its CFO says that offering a shared pool for data could be on the horizon.

AT&T Lab Test Shows LTE Speeds Twice that of Verizon

AT&T demonstrated a fast 28.87 Mbps download speed during an LTE test, warns that real-world speeds may differ.

The Pros and Cons of Smartphone Data Caps

Why you should (and shouldn't) be afraid to drop an unlimited data plan.


Tech Spokespeople: Choosing the Human Faces of Device Makers

From Beyonce to Ashton Kutcher to the 'Verizon Guy,' millions of dollars ride on the famous and semifamous people who star in the marketing campaigns of tech companies.


Emergency Text Messages Coming to Cellphones

AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon Wireless will roll out the service in New York and Washington, D.C., later this year, and nationwide next year.


Samsung Infuse 4G Brings App Sideloading to AT&T

The Android smartphone sports a massive 4.5-inch screen.


Carriers Amend Mobile Wallet Payment Plans

T-Mobile, AT&T, and Verizon may now decide to partner with credit card companies instead of bypassing them altogether to make the Isis network happen.