AT&T's plan to announce its rural strategy next month is prompting widespread speculation that wireless broadband, in the form of LTE, will be part of the operator's overhauled service plan.
AT&T (NYSE: T) has extended its relationship with DirecTV (Nasdaq: DTV) so it can use satellite service as a gap filler in areas where it currently does not offer its U-verse IPTV service. Under
Cisco (Nasdaq: CSCO) may have jumped out of the consumer device market by shutting down its Flip camera business earlier this year, but now it's putting renewed energy into its WiFi router business.
AT&T (NYSE: T) is on its way to helping solve the home wiring issue that plagues many service providers in rolling out triple play services over a home network with its new U-verse TV Wireless
AT&T's (NYSE: T) wireline success in Q3 2011 was largely driven by ongoing growth in its U-verse IPTV and IP-based business services. As has been the case in the most recent quarters, IP-based
AT&T (NYSE: T) believes that its IPTV U-verse service should be an interactive experience whether viewers are sitting in front of the TV set or viewing content on their mobile device, so it has
As AT&T (NYSE: T) expands its U-verse service throughout Kansas, the service provider will hire about 100 new technicians with a focus on Kansas City, Kan. Following a similar hiring drive in
AT&T (NYSE: T) may never win the wireline voice battle, but its hiring drive to support new U-verse rollouts in its Wisconsin territory shows that IP services continue to be its wireline service
San Francisco last week, after months of controversy, became the latest legal battleground over placement of remote terminal (RT) cabinets on city streets. The matchup: community groups advocating
AT&T's (NYSE: T) bet on its U-verse IPTV and broadband products continues to pay off as one of its strongest wireline-based revenue generating services, but that growth is coming at a price as a