These days, we’re starting to see more companies get into the subscription business. This is because the subscription business is a lot more sustainable compared to ala carte purchases, whether it be for games, music, movies, and so on. In fact, a report from The Wall Street Journal has revealed that AT&T could be considering getting into the business of video streaming.
The country’s second largest mobile carrier, AT&T, has announced that it will now accept cryptocurrency payments. That’s good news for those who use digital currencies to manage their affairs but not so much for anyone else who don’t really have any incentive to trade their real money for cryptocurrencies. AT&T says that it’s the first carrier in the country to start accepting cryptocurrency payments.
It was a big deal when Friends became available for streaming on Netflix. It’s one of the most popular TV shows ever with countless fans across the globe. Those fans may not be happy to find out that the company which owns the rights to Friends is going to remove it from competing online streaming services.
It was discovered not too long ago that it was actually a pretty easy process to get information about someone from a carrier, where you could actually find the location of a person on a carrier’s network by paying a third-party service. Carriers later came forward to state that they would no longer be selling customer data to outsiders, but it seems like it could be too little too late.
Last year it was reported that Samsung could be working on a successor to its massive Galaxy View tablet. It turns out the rumors were true because Samsung has since officially unveiled the Galaxy View 2 where it will be available for purchase through AT&T.
It goes without saying that many are excited to see what kind of changes and improvements 5G could be bringing to the table. As it stands, LTE is pretty fast, but tests have shown that 5G is faster. Unfortunately, it also seems that 5G plans could potentially be more expensive, or at least that’s what AT&T’s CEO Randall Stephenson is anticipating.
AT&T has been working on a new streaming service which is said to be a premium offering. It has now provided some more information about when the service is going to be unveiled. AT&T’s premium WarnerMedia streaming service, which will include HBO, is going to be revealed in the fall this year.
If you wanted to get your hands on a OnePlus handset through a carrier, T-Mobile was pretty much your only choice, otherwise you’d just have to buy the handset at full price directly from OnePlus or retailers. However, there is a good chance that this could change in the near future, thanks to a variety of job listings.
The 5G race is heating up at home and abroad. Verizon is due to launch its commercial mobile 5G network in less than two weeks and its rivals in the country are also expected to follow suit soon. AT&T, the second largest mobile carrier in the country, has said that its mobile 5G network has hit speeds of 1 gigabit per second in live conditions, that is to say this […]
The Magic Leap One mixed reality headset started shipping back in August last year. It was also confirmed that AT&T will provide data for the headset and that it will also be the exclusive wireless distributor for Magic Leap products. That has led to the company “exclusively” selling the headset through its stores and also offering demonstrations.
These days a lot of our smartphones have been designed to look good, and we suppose that’s a fair thing to do. However there are some users out there who need a phone that can withstand the elements, and while our smartphones do come with water-resistance, their design does leave them a bit too fragile for use in more rugged terrain.
Earlier this year AT&T announced that they would be rolling out some changes in which on the phones of their customers, they might start to see a “5G E” icon. This stands for “5G Evolution” which isn’t actually 5G, but rather it is used by AT&T to represent their 4G LTE network that uses features like three-way carrier aggregation, 256 QAM, and 4×4 MIMO.
People in the United States really want the Federal Communications Commission and mobile carriers to do something about robocalls. They have become a nuisance with one report suggested that more than 26 billion robocalls are now being placed in the country annually. So it may be entirely unsurprising to see that AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson got a robocall during a live interview.
Robocalls are a big problem in the United States and people are increasingly calling on the stakeholders involved to take concrete steps against them. AT&T and Comcast are taking a step in the right direction by announcing a partnership to combat robocalls. AT&T says that this partnership will strive to ensure an exchange of authenticated calls between the two providers’ voice networks, adding that this may be the first partnership […]