The bigger growth opportunity in the U.S. mobile market is mobile data services and connected devices, not prepaid, said AT&T Mobility (NYSE:T) CEO Ralph de la Vega during an investor conference.
WiseHarbor Research revealed some interesting results from its latest mobile broadband devices forecast. The firm, which is headed by Keith Mallinson, predicts that it will be 2016, or five years
AT&T (NYSE:T) announced the launch of Advanced Enterprise Mobility Solutions, a new group within its Business Solutions created to accelerate the delivery of mobile applications and services
As the first quarter reporting season comes to a close, it's time to start parsing the information to see which carriers slipped and which managed to get ahead. Here are some of the big themes:
AT&T Mobility (NYSE:T) appears to have a serious problem, and as far as I can tell the company is doing its absolute best to ignore it completely. I'm not talking about AT&T's network
If you subscribed for AT&T (NYSE: T) DSL service after March 31, 1994, you might be entitled to get part of your money back from a recent lawsuit that alleges the RBOC (Regional Bell Operating
Looking to gain momentum in the over-the-top delivery space, AT&T is offering a rebranded and expanded online video platform to complement its IPTV offering U-verse. The offering makes a
AT&T is offering a rebranded and expanded online video platform to complement its IPTV offering U-verse, that makes a bucketful of its content available for streaming, including a library of
When it comes to its networks, AT&T has no sense of humor, apparently. First it went after Verizon for its 3G coverage maps and now it's going after Time Warner Cable's ad campaign that suggests
Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) reported it sold 1 million iPads in the gadget's first month of availability, nearly double the number of iPhones it sold during the iPhone's first month in service in June 2007.