AT&T Mobility is once again growing its 4G LTE coverage map with the launch of 4G in new markets. The carrier today revealed that it has made LTE available for the first time in some cities and expanded coverage in others to allow for users to access the network in more than just the central area of a specific market. New and expanded markets include Birmingham, Ala.; San Francisco, Fresno, and Stockon, Calif.; Concord, N.H.; and Jamestown, New York.
Darting through the hordes of tourists and commuters who crowd the New York City streets each day, I get my first clue. With a 6.3-inch display, is the Galaxy Mega 6.3 too much phone or not enough tablet? Here's a Galaxy Mega 6.3 review to help decide.
The latest installment of AT&T's expansion into new areas with its 4G LTE coverage has dispatches from the midwest and southern regions. AT&T today announced it is launching LTE in 9 new markets and increasing the coverage area in two others.
AT&T was the only carrier that blocked Google Hangouts when the revamped video and text messaging service launched in May. The carrier quickly issued a statement saying it would support video calling over 3G and 4G networks but it never delivered on the promise - until now.
Do you love the Nokia Lumia 925 but not T-Mobile's network? If you answered 'yes' to that question, you're in luck because AT&T is slated to release the aluminum-frame Windows Phone 8 handset on September 13.
AT&T has made its 4G network a major selling point to attract or retain customers in recent years, but the carrier has relied heavily on its older and slower HSPA+ network to bolster its 4G claims. AT&T today announced it will bring its improved 4G LTE to 50 new markets by the end of the year.
AT&T will be very busy this week. In addition to selling the Moto X through Moto Maker and launching the Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3, AT&T also confirmed that it will debut the HTC One Mini. A smaller and lower-specced version of the HTC One, the One Mini has a 1.4 GHz dual-core processor and a 4.3-inch Super LCD display with 720p resolution. The phone will sell for $99.99 when purchased on a two-year agreement beginning August 23.
The Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3 will soon earn the distinction of being the largest smartphone available in the United States when the Android device, which has a 6.3-inch display, arrives soon for 3 of the nation's 5 largest carriers.
BlackBerry is looking for a buyer for the company, but until then, the company will still needs to make big moves to find buyers for its phones. The BlackBerry Z30, which may be heading to AT&T later this year as one of the devices to help bring in new customers, has appeared in a lengthy hands-on video.
The Moto X lacks the numerical computing power to compete with Android flagships from rivals HTC and Samsung, but it represents well in other areas. You might be surprised to discover how well.