AT&T Starts Offering FaceTime Over Cellular For All Users

AT&T Starts Offering FaceTime Over Cellular For All Users

AT&T vowed earlier that it would offer on-cellular FaceTime only to such customers who had tiered data plans and LTE devices. However, the carrier seems to have changed its mind now.

By On November 22, 2012 Respond
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Windows Phone 8 Devices From HTC And Nokia Are Finally Available

Windows Phone 8 Devices From HTC And Nokia Are Finally Available

When Microsoft recently released Windows Phone 8, the new iteration of its mobile OS was fairly impressive. And we have been waiting for the Windows Phone 8 devices to hit the shelves since. The good news is that they are finally here, being offered by three U.S. wireless carriers.

By On November 13, 2012 Respond
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Starbucks Locations In Boston To Offer Wireless Charging Pads

Starbucks Locations In Boston To Offer Wireless Charging Pads

Starbucks has always aided at ‘recharging’ a person’s state of mind. Soon enough, it will literally begin offering recharge stations at its stores in Boston for smartphones.

By On October 31, 2012 Respond
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Samsung Galaxy Camera Coming To AT&T Soon

Samsung Galaxy Camera Coming To AT&T Soon

Samsung Galaxy Camera not only gives the taste of high performance photography, but also gives the taste of a smartphone. Earlier in September, Samsung introduced its Galaxy Camera cum smartphone at IFA. The half-smartphone half-camera gadget was announced for the fourth quarter of this year. Last week, AT&T confirmed it will be the first to launch the device in USA.

By On October 8, 2012 Respond
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AT&T Dropped Product Return Period To 14 Days, Effective Immediately

AT&T Dropped Product Return Period To 14 Days, Effective Immediately

An internal memo discovered by Engadget has recently revealed a revision of AT&T’s equipment return and cancellation policy. Under the revised policy, equipment return and cancellation period would be descended from 30 days to 14 days. The change in policy will affect all but a few business customers.

By On October 8, 2012 Respond
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AT&T’s VoterHub Will Keep You Updated With The Presidential Election

AT&T’s VoterHub Will Keep You Updated With The Presidential Election

AT&T has just launched their new application, VoterHub, aimed at bringing the presidential election right to your pocket. They’ve teamed up with Pew Center to provide an efficient amount of information in a easy-to-use manner. Just incase you can’t get enough of the election, Voterhub will provide a means of registering to vote, finding voting information, polling […]

By On October 6, 2012 Respond
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AT&T’s MiFi Liberate: The First Touchscreen LTE Hotspot

AT&T’s MiFi Liberate: The First Touchscreen LTE Hotspot

The MiFi Liberate is a LTE hotspot that can connect up to 10 Wi-Fi devices at a time. This device comes with a 2.8-inch touchscreen. This hotspot device, made by Novatel Wireless, supports AT&T’s LTE network. The battery of the device is able to deliver up to 11 hours run-time. The MiFi Liberate is compatible with networks in more than 200 countries.

By On September 30, 2012 Respond
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Six-Grader Wins $20,000 For Making Anti-Texting App “Rode Dog”

Six-Grader Wins $20,000 For Making Anti-Texting App “Rode Dog”

Earlier this month, AT&T held a hackathon in Los Angeles to promote “It Can Wait” campaign against texting behind the wheel. In that hackathon, 120 programmers participated to create a concept of a mobile app that can keep users away from texting while driving. An 11-year old, named Victoria Walker, created an app called Rode Dog to take the top spot.

By On September 24, 2012 Respond
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Public Interest Groups Lodge Complaint With FCC Over AT&T’s FaceTime Blocking

Public Interest Groups Lodge Complaint With FCC Over AT&T’s FaceTime Blocking

When Apple launched iPhone 5 and announced that iPhone users will finally be able to use FaceTime over cellular networks, Apple users were ecstatic. They have long been demanding that the feature should be offered over regular calls, not just on WiFi. However, one of iPhone 5 carriers, AT&T, seems to be curbing the use of FaceTime through its restrictive policies.

By On September 20, 2012 Respond
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iPhone 5 Pre-Orders Get Sold Out Within 1 Hour

iPhone 5 Pre-Orders Get Sold Out Within 1 Hour

Ever since Apple’s iPhone 5 launch, many analysts have been calling the device a disappointment. Some have said that this marks the end of the iPhone era while others are confident that iPhone 5 isn’t going to succeed in the smartphone market. However, the facts stand contrary to all that.

By On September 15, 2012 1 Response
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Mobile Payment System Isis Expected To Arrive In September

Mobile Payment System Isis Expected To Arrive In September

Mobile payment systems are finally gaining traction among major vendors. While NFC, the popular tap-to-pay system is still in its initial stages, it seems that Isis has overtaken it. Isis has been able to clinch the hears of major U.S. carriers and is finally expected to arrive in September.

By On August 30, 2012 Respond
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AT&T To Shut Down 2G Wireless Networks By 2017

AT&T To Shut Down 2G Wireless Networks By 2017

AT&T has announced that the company will shut down its second-generation 2G wireless networks in 5 years. According to the SEC filing, the telecommunications giant has confirmed that the company is not interested to continue old 2G network after 2017. Along with this statement, AT&T has also confirmed that the company is upgrading its systems to faster technology for better use its limited airwaves.

By On August 6, 2012 Respond
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First Experiences AT&T’s Garnet Red Samsung Galaxy S III Look At Launch

First Experiences AT&T’s Garnet Red Samsung Galaxy S III Look At Launch

From this week, AT&T has started to ship its carrier-specific Garnet Red version of the Samsung Galaxy S III. A reporter from Technobuffalo has published a video and some images of Garnet Red Samsung Galaxy S III. For the first time, this version has been published. When AT&T’s other versions launched, at that time the company officially announced the red model of Samsung Galaxy S III. The phone has arrived a bit late on the scene and its specifications are same to its predecessor with blue and white model.

By On August 1, 2012 Respond
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Motorola Atrix HD: Slimmer, Stronger, Smarter

Motorola Atrix HD: Slimmer, Stronger, Smarter

The Motorola Atrix HD is the first Android phone from Motorola after it has been become a Google subsidiary. This smartphone is not that much different from phones that Motorola released before its acquisition by Google. This phone is unbelievably thin and made with KEVLAR, a component that is strong enough and ensures the splash resistance. The ATRIX HD is coupled with SMARTACTIONS, a app that can help you a lot by reminding you to charge the phone, adjusting the power usage based on your confirmation and many more user-defined actions which are triggered by time or location information.

By On July 30, 2012 Respond
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AT&T Cuts Nokia Lumia 900 By Half, Now $49.99 Only

AT&T Cuts Nokia Lumia 900 By Half, Now $49.99 Only

The price of Nokia Lumia 900 has been cut to half by AT&T. The price cut came after three months since the phone’s launch in US through AT&T. When Nokia Lumia 900 entered in US market through AT&T the device had been priced at $99 with two-year agreement. Yesterday, the new price ($49.99 with two year contract) was announced.

By On July 16, 2012 Respond
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