The LG G3 has a cool feature called Knock Code. It’s an extension of LG Knock, which allows you to turn your phone or tablet on and off with a simple double tap on the display. For devices without physical home buttons, it’s really useful to just tap on a sleeping phone and have it wake up without having ... Read More »
Whenever you buy an on-contract device from a carrier, you’re expected to pay an activation fee on top of the money you pay for the product itself. At AT&T, this used to be a $36 fee, but it was raised to $40 on June 8. Whether you feel it is just for them to charge this ... Read More »
Samsung often focuses its update efforts on its flagship smartphones, but that doesn’t mean that it neglects its mid-range hardware. The AT&T Samsung Galaxy Mega is getting some love in the form of the almost-latest flavor of Android, version 4.4.2 KitKat.
Since the device is jumping from Jelly Bean 4.2.2 all the way to 4.4.2, it’ll be getting a ... Read More »
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Over the past year, tablets have gained a stronger footing on carriers, so much so that AT&T is doing something that’s previously unheard of. AT&T is now allowing select tablets to access its prepaid GoPhone service. Rather than signing a contract or having to pay for a traditional off-contract plan, AT&T is letting customers purchase data on a ... Read More »
AT&T must be in a tablet mood. The company has just launched three new tablets from Samsung and ASUS. First up is the Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 10.1, a mid-range tablet with a 10-inch 1280×800 display and a Snapdragon 400 processor. There’s really not much else to know about it specs-wise it’s a rather humble ... Read More »
If you’ve been contemplating a new device on AT&T, there’s a new offer that could push you over the edge. For an undisclosed amount of time, AT&T is offering $50 in Google Play credit with any Android smartphone or tablet purchase. Per usual, you’re also required to sign into a two-year contract, but hey, it’s ... Read More »
Are you the proud owner of an HTC One (M7) on AT&T? Then we’re here to cheer up your Wednesday by informing you that the Sense 6 update is now rolling out to your device. The update should bring a flatter, more modern look as well as adding several new features like BlinkFeed tags and ... Read More »
Acer isn’t a brand you see in the US when it comes to smartphones, though its computers are plentiful. The company has stated before that it focuses in the European and Asian markets, since the US smartphone market is significantly different than the others, but it looks like we’ll finally be getting an Acer smartphone ... Read More »
Heads up, AT&T HTC One (M7) owners, because it looks like you’ll soon have an update coming your way.
Following some hands-on videos and close-up images of the Samsung Galaxy S5 Active that’ve surfaced in recent weeks, today we’re getting yet another look at the ruggedized device. This time, ... Read More »