“It’s a f*cking ludicrous charge,” Auernheimer told me this morning from New Jersey. “The FBI has tried to frame me for terrorism five times, and by their own admission they’ve been surveilling me since I was 15 years old.”
Who better than Netflix to know how fast your ISP is?
It’s going to be a good month for U.S. BlackBerry fans.
So you think you should be able to unlock your smartphone, eh? Not only does the White House agree with you, but AT&T does, too.
Editor’s Pick Walter L. Shaw is someone you’ve never heard of. But he invented big chunks of your world, and then died, almost penniless, living on the charity of his international jewel thief son, a made man in John Gotti’s New York mob.
ComScore’s massive report also includes data on the top web properties, the battle for search dominance between Google and Bing, and smartphone market share, among other things.
This deal comes at the conclusion of Verizon’s huge spectrum-buying spree.
Which is probably more shocking to cellular subscribers than anything else: a massive telecom actually did something pretty customer-friendly, even at the cost of some extra revenue.
AT&T trounced Verizon in iPhone sales, but that didn’t help when it came to posting a profit.
The big question, however, is this: even if Apple has a stellar quarter, will it be enough to pull AAPL out of its stock market doldrums?
Verizon is the king of fast cellular networks in America, or so it says. And it’s hard to argue with the company’s numbers.
The AT&T spectrum shopping spree continues.
AT&T has finally opened the gates so iPhone 4S users and owners of other non-LTE smartphones can video chat using cellular data.
When RIM finally releases BlackBerry 10, it will do so with the support of at least three of the four major U.S. carriers.
T-Mobile may be convinced that the smartphone subsidy is outdated, but Verizon and AT&T aren’t so sure.
FreedomPop, which already offers free wireless Internet service, is announcing a partnership with TextPlus today that will enable it to also offer free voice calls and free texts.
AT&T took a moment to toot its own horn this morning, announcing that it sold more than 10 million smartphones in the last quarter.
AT&T’s quest to attract developers (and make you hate it less) is off to a strong start in 2013.
Sure, the iPhone 5 is a big part of Apple’s jump from 35.8 percent market share in the previous quarter, but it’s not the only part.
More than 110 high-speed LTE networks have now been deployed around the world with the potential to connect almost 500 million people in 50 different countries. But how is the new cellular technology affecting what smartphone owners do?
More spectrum for AT&T means better LTE service for AT&T’s customers.
How do you know when cell phone bills have gotten too complicated? When companies need to create custom videos to help explain them.
AT&T seems to be allowing many more customers to use FaceTime over its cellular network. Early holiday present or a massive accident?
AT&T is learning a lot about how to build its future network — thanks in large part to New York City.
AT&T is loosening its FaceTime restrictions to allow more customers to use the software on its network.
I want to love you, Windows Phone 8, but there’s something coming between us. I’ll give you a hint: It starts with A, and ends with T&T.
AT&T will spend $14 billion over the next three years on wireline and wireless network improvements, with a clear goal of covering 300 million Americans with 4G LTE data by the end of 2014.
In the spirit of community, AT&T and T-Mobile are coming together to ensure Hurricane Sandy victims can make calls.
Despite a big quarterly profit dip, AT&T is still succeeding at getting smartphones out the door.
It’s time to understand those who are different. The global economy depends on it.
Jiujitsu is the art of using your opponent’s strengths against them. Apple may be applying precisely that strategy against Google in the middle of its seeming Maps debacle.
With all the major game consoles repositioning themselves to become platforms for the next generation of television, some major cable TV service providers are turning their attention to gaming.
Verizon is selling its version of the iPhone 5 unlocked, and the company plans to keep it that way, according to a Verizon spokesperson who spoke to the AP.
In his new book The Fine Print, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist David Cay Johnston tell us, among other things, what’s wrong with the Internet in America. The answer is fairly depressing: It’s too slow, too expensive, and too controlled by a duopoly of AT&T and Verizon.
To squash in-car texting, AT&T aims to turn to man’s best friend.
While the Apple Store is where the spectacle is, the smartest way to get an iPhone 5 today is to visit your local AT&T, Verizon, or Sprint store.
As expected, Samsung’s newest Note will be available on all the major U.S. carriers when it arrives by November.
If you weren’t up at midnight last night to pre-order your iPhone 5, you may have to wait up to two weeks after the phone’s September 21 release date to receive it.
One of the biggest annoyances for Verizon Wireless and Sprint iPhone owners was the inability to access cellular data while making a voice call, thanks to a limitation in the CDMA network standard. Unfortunately, it looks like nothing has changed with Apple’s new iPhone 5.
Verizon Wireless is opening up all of its data plans to the feature for free, a Verizon spokesperson tells the Wall Street Journal.