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.
After Apple’s iPhone 5 reveal today, we’re sure many of you are figuring out just how you can get your hands on one. AT&T subscribers still holding on to an unlimited data plan can rest easy, as the carrier confirmed …
As the only U.S. carrier not officially offering Apple's iPhone, T-Mobile recently began opening up its network to unlocked iPhones. Today, the company laid out its plans to court unlocked iPhone owners.
Amazon is one-upping AT&T and others with its $50 data plan for Kindle Fire HD with 4G LTE owners.
AT&T has taken a cue from Apple and Microsoft and is focusing on its retail strategy, opening a glossy new flagship store this Saturday in Chicago.
Editor's Pick It's tough to muster much excitement for Isis, as NFC almost seems more like a fantasy today than when it was a hot buzzword for mobile payments years ago.
Since Apple established the annual release cycle of its iconic smartphone, it seems like rumors about the next iPhone pop up only months after the latest launch. The mystique keeps us guessing, and the public sure is happy to keep the momentum alive.
AT&T has made it harder for its subscribers to use Apple's FaceTime app. But the bigger problem is how the company defends the move.
Tagging behind Verizon, AT&T is killing on-contract pricing for tablets.
SalesForce, AT&T, Motorola, and AMD are four tech companies in a group most CEOs would love to belong to, but most public relations departments would hate.
The American taxpayer? She might hate it too.
The mobile payments industry is still very much like the Wild West -- there's little law and order, and plenty of gunslingers itching to strike gold. But a new committee today could finally civilize the mobile payments wild lands.
AT&T's 2G wireless network will go dark at the beginning of 2017, the company confirmed today in SEC filing.
In a move that will help AT&T build out its LTE 4G network, the carrier announced today that it has purchased NextWave Wireless for an upfront fee of $25 million, plus an additional $25 million contingent payment.
NextWave is a …
AT&T met expectations today with a strong second quarter showing — although when it comes to new subscriber numbers, the carrier still has a reason to be envious of Verizon’s Q2 figures.
AT&T posted a profit of $3.9 billion on …
Verizon Wireless posted encouraging second quarter numbers, bolstered by increased revenue from smartphone sales and the shift from copper to fiber optics’ FiOS for wireline and Internet customers. The No. 1 U.S. mobile carrier announced Thursday a $1.83 billion quarterly …
As promised, AT&T has laid out its shared data plans today, which it’s calling “Mobile Share.” Just like Verizon’s “Share Everything” plans announced last month, the Mobile Share plans will allow AT&T customers to share a single pool of data …
Up until now, Apple’s FaceTime video chat feature on iOS devices has been restricted to Wi-Fi only. That’s changing with iOS 6, which finally offers the ability to use FaceTime over cellular.
But, almost inevitably, it looks like AT&T isn’t …
From a lack of carrier confidence to poor sales estimates, Nokia’s Lumia 900 sure has had a tough life since its April release.
And the struggles aren’t letting up. In a move that likely bodes poorly for the device, Nokia …