AT&T confirms you can keep unlimited data plans with iPhone 5

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 today that you’ll still be able to keep unlimited plans with the iPhone 5.

The iPhone 5 is coming! Here are all the rumors to date

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.

Motorola’s Atrix HD: A high-end phone with a low-end price tag (review)

While Motorola’s Droid Razr and Droid Razr Maxx are two of the best phones around now, the pair has, sadly, been available only to customers of Verizon. That’s changing today with the release of the Atrix HD, a phone that borrows heavily from both of its predecessors, while somehow managing to stay really cheap. That’s no small feat, and it makes the Atrix HD the type of device that demands your attention and consideration.

AT&T’s Q1 profits actually rose because it sold fewer iPhones

AT&T made a huge recovery in the first quarter from its last earnings report, where it reported a $6.7 billion net loss (mainly due to fees associated with the T-Mobile merger breakup). The company today reported revenues of $31.8 million, up 1.8 percent from last year, with profit of $3.58 billion, thanks mostly to a 41.6 percent increase in wireless margins.

HTC One X heads to AT&T May 6 for $200

HTC’s new flagship Android smartphone, the One X, finally has a release date in the U.S. AT&T announced this morning that it will offer the One X starting May 6 for $200 with the typical two-year contract.