Last week a rumor claimed that a Samsung Galaxy S5 Active is in the works for AT&T, and now that rumor has gotten a bit of support in the form of a hands-on video that claims to show off that very device.
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A little over two months after formally completing its acquisition of Cricket Wireless, AT&T today announced the launch of “the new Cricket Wireless.”
The new Cricket is a combination of the old Cricket brand and AT&T’s Aio Wireless prepaid subsidiary. Launching with a fresh Cricket logo and an Aio-like website, the new ... Read More »
In the world of carrier-branded devices, there is no way to escape bloat unless you root and remove all of it. Maybe some AT&T Galaxy S5 users thought they were lucky, and they had somehow avoided getting Lookout installed on their devices. It’s been on every other Samsung device as part of a deal, so ... Read More »
Remember earlier this month when the name “Moto X+1” appeared on Motorola’s own website? Apparently the company didn’t do a thorough job of deleting all references of the device, because the name as once again been discovered on Motorola’s site.
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Heads up, AT&T customers, because not only is today Hump Day, it’s also Fresh 4G LTE Coverage Day!
AT&T announced this morning that it has activated its 4G LTE network in several new markets across the country and expanded its existing coverage in other places. The list ... Read More »
When the AT&T version of the HTC One (M8) launched a few weeks ago, it was available in Gunmetal Gray and Amber Gold, but the Glacial Silver model was nowhere to be found. Thankfully AT&T and HTC have now address that matter.
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Details of Amazon’s oft-rumored smartphone have been trickling out of the rumor mill in recent weeks, including information on its tilt-heavy user interface and images of the device itself. Today more details have leaked, this time focusing on a special type of data plan that ... Read More »
Apparently AT&T is in an update-y mood, because less than 24 hours after the big blue carrier began pushing Android 4.4 to the Galaxy S 4 Active, an AT&T support page has revealed that the LG G Flex should begin receiving an update of its own ... Read More »
Samsung has been doing pretty well with updates recently, updating its more obscure devices as well as flagship models like the Galaxy S4 and Note 3. Today Samsung and AT&T are rolling out the KitKat update for the Galaxy S4 Active, a variant of the Galaxy S4 that was made waterproof and dustproof at the ... Read More »
Carriers have a knack for removing features we actually want in smartphone. Verizon removed a seemingly harmless Blocking Mode from a few Samsung devices without any given reason, forcing people to come up with workarounds or just straight up root their device. The situation this time around is similar, though more carriers have jumped in ... Read More »