Researchers Claim AT&T Tracking Subscribers Using Permanent Cookies, AT&T Denies

Researchers Claim AT&T Tracking Subscribers Using Permanent Cookies, AT&T Denies

User privacy on the Internet has become a hot button issue in both politics and technology in recent years. Last month, some security researchers discovered that AT&T had been tracking numbers to the web traffic coming from their customers’ phones, in order to keep an eye on their online habits. But AT&T has completely denied the allegation.

By On November 17, 2014 Respond
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AT&T Creates Smart Device To Keep Track Of Your Luggage

AT&T Creates Smart Device To Keep Track Of Your Luggage

If you travel frequently, you may have undergone the ordeal of losing your luggage at an airport. AT&T aims to end such issues once and for all with a new smart tracker which is able to keep you updated about the location of your luggage in real time.

By On May 18, 2014 Respond
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Now You Can Also SMS To 911 In Emergency Situations

Now You Can Also SMS To 911 In Emergency Situations

911 is the instant emergency hotline that Americans call in situations of any significant trouble. Now, mobile companies are collaborating with law enforcement to make it possible for the citizens to also send text messages to 911.

By On May 16, 2014 Respond
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AT&T May Soon Acquire DirectTV In A $50 Billion

AT&T May Soon Acquire DirectTV In A $50 Billion

We have seen many acquisitions in the tech world over the past few years, some of them raking in billions of dollars. But reports have it that AT&T is all set to trump them by acquiring the pay TV mammoth DirectTV in a $50 billion deal.

By On May 13, 2014 Respond
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AT&T Mobile Share Customers Get Free, Unlimited Text, Picture And Video Messaging

AT&T Mobile Share Customers Get Free, Unlimited Text, Picture And Video Messaging

AT&T has been aggressively pushing out data plans and offers for its users. The carrier has now announced that all its Mobile Share customers will get free, unlimited text, picture and video messaging starting from Feb 28.

By On February 26, 2014 Respond
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T-Mobile Releases Press Release Mocking AT&T, With Fake CEO Quotes

T-Mobile Releases Press Release Mocking AT&T, With Fake CEO Quotes

T-Mobile may not be among the major US carriers but the company sure does make enough noise to hit a lot of headlines. It has now released a press release mock-appreciating AT&T, together with fake quotes from AT&T CEO.

By On January 30, 2014 Respond
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Beats Music Streaming Service Will Launch At $10/Month On Jan 21

Beats Music Streaming Service Will Launch At $10/Month On Jan 21

We have previously reported that the Beats Music streaming service was due to arrive in US soon. Now, it has been confirmed that the new service will be launched on Jan 21, with a $10 per month subscription plan.

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Switch To T-Mobile And The Carrier Will Pay Your Early-Termination Fees

Switch To T-Mobile And The Carrier Will Pay Your Early-Termination Fees

T-Mobile CEO John Legere has made a lot of noise since he launched his company on an ‘Un-carrier’ path. Now, the carrier has unveiled a new deal, offering to pay the early-termination fees of such customers who decide to switch to T-Mobile.

By On January 9, 2014 Respond
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AT&T Ramps Up Competition, Offers $450 In Credit To Switchers From T-Mobile

AT&T Ramps Up Competition, Offers $450 In Credit To Switchers From T-Mobile

In the last year or so, T-Mobile has emerged as an unconventional carrier, revealing excellent offers and chipping away at the market share of other carriers. AT&T has now decided to fight back by offering up to $450 to customers who would switch from T-Mobile to AT&T.

By On January 5, 2014 Respond
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Average Mobile Data Consumption Doubled In U.S. During 2013

Average Mobile Data Consumption Doubled In U.S. During 2013

Every year, with faster connectivity options and better smartphones, we are getting used to increasingly greater amounts of mobile data usage. A report now reveals that average data consumption of U.S. cellphone users nearly doubled during 2013.

By On December 25, 2013 Respond
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FCC Devises Terms Of SIM Unlocking For US Carriers

FCC Devises Terms Of SIM Unlocking For US Carriers

FCC, the regulatory authority overlooking the US wireless carriers, has been trying to persuade the wireless companies to sign an agreement about the process of SIM unlocking. Most major U.S. carriers have finally signed the agreement.

By On December 17, 2013 Respond
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Top Ten Advertisers On Facebook Finally Revealed

Top Ten Advertisers On Facebook Finally Revealed

Facebook heavily relies on advertisements to garner its annual revenue. The social network has never revealed who its top advertisers are but now Business Insider has compiled a well-researched list.

By On November 29, 2013 Respond
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Sprint, AT&T And T-Mobile Decide To End Most Premium Text Messages

Sprint, AT&T And T-Mobile Decide To End Most Premium Text Messages

Premium text messages have long been used by third-party vendors to trick customers into signing up, leading to piling mobile bills. This has finally resulted in action from wireless carriers, with the likes of AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile agreeing to stop charging customers for most premium SMS (PSMS).

By On November 24, 2013 Respond
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[Deal] AT&T Offers 50% Off On Smartphones Including iPhone 5S & Galaxy S4

[Deal] AT&T Offers 50% Off On Smartphones Including iPhone 5S & Galaxy S4

AT&T is offering 50% price cut on all smartphones including the iPhone 5S, iPhone 5C and Galaxy S4 for this coming new year. With this deal price the iPhone 5s 16GB is now for $100, Samsung Galaxy S4 $100 with 2-yr wireless contract.

By On November 17, 2013 Respond
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CIA Pays $10 Million To AT&T For Access To International Calling Records

CIA Pays $10 Million To AT&T For Access To International Calling Records

Lately, the New York Times has reported that CIA pays more than $10 million a year to AT&T for access to international calling records. AT&T has confirmed that it works with CIA but refused to divulge the nature of this partnership.

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