Category: Powered By AT&T

AT&T Mulls $40 Billion Merger With DirecTV

AT&T would love to own DirecTV’s satellite-TV business. DirecTV wants to bolster its broadband position. The talks were reportedly prompted by Comcast’s intention to buy Time Warner Cable, which already faces intense scrutiny from...

AT&T’s $500 Million Plan to Crush Netflix and Hulu

AT&T’s $500 Million Plan to Crush Netflix and Hulu

AT&T is forming a new online video business with the entertainment company The Chernin Group that will use both subscription-based and ad-supported monetization models, placing it in competition with YouTube and Amazon Prime as...

AT&T Aims to Beat Google Fiber in Gigabit Broadband Race

AT&T Aims to Beat Google Fiber in Gigabit Broadband Race

North Carolina has become the latest battleground in the competition to bring gigabit Internet speeds to consumers Four years after Google launched a not-so-subtle campaign to shame U.S. Internet service providers into improving their...

Breaking News: AT&T to offer the next generation of Windows phones

Breaking News: AT&T to offer the next generation of Windows phones

Fresh from Microsoft Build Developer’s Conference: AT&T will be among the first carriers to offer the next generation of Windows phones: Windows Phone 8.1. Windows Phone 8.1 features highly customizable displays, a personal assistant...

HTC One M8

HTC One M8

Featuring a sleek all-metal unibody design, the HTC One M8’s strength is in its camera. The HTC Duo Camera captures more light and depth for HQ shots, and the 5MP front camera help you...

AT&T Leaps Into Prepaid Wireless Market

AT&T Leaps Into Prepaid Wireless Market

The Federal Communications Commission approved the merger of the nation’s number two wireless carrier AT&T and prepaid powerhouse Leap Wireless, which runs the Cricket prepaid wireless service The Federal Communications Commission approved AT&T’s acquisition...