The latest seems to peg down at least one wireless carrier in the United States that plans on supporting the upcoming ... Read More »
Most cars built since 1996 have a port called an OBD II port, at least in the US. This is generally used for diagnostics; checking stored codes and getting a wealth of data about how your car is running is great to have for the enthusiast and regular person alike.
In October of 2015, Samsung announced a tablet with an 18.5-inch display called the Galaxy View. Now, almost three years later, it sounds like the company is working on a successor.
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Remember when 4G LTE was the hot technology on the market? Those days are long gone and 5G is now the rage. The four major U.S. carriers are currently in a full-out war to see who can build out their 5G network first, regardless of the fact that 5G-compatible devices are still unavailable.
AT&T had an administrative fee of $0.76 per line per month until recently. This fee was described by AT&T as a fee to cover various cell site rents and maintenance as well as fees to connect between other carriers.
Back in March, the company raised this fee by $0.54, making it ... Read More »
AT&T’s merger with Time Warner has already created another streaming option, with the big blue carrier unveiling a new platform along with a pair of new unlimited plans for good measure.
On Thursday, AT&T officially announced its newest live TV service called WatchTV. The new service will offer access to premium ... Read More »
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Wireless carriers have a lot of information about its subscribers, including data pertaining to customer location. Wireless carriers have been selling that data for years, but it looks like U.S. operators are now changing their practices a bit.
Despite the fact that AT&T, like the other wireless carriers, has changed its plan options a variety of different times over the years, there are still some customers out there who have refused to give up their old, traditional unlimited plan.
AT&T has made it so that they can keep that ... Read More »
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