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AT&T Galaxy S III Details Announced

After Samsung announced the impending release of its new flagship Android smartphone for all major U.S. carriers, Verizon, T-Mobile, and Sprint quickly released details on pre-ordering, pricing, and release date for the Galaxy S III. Now, AT&T has finally announced details for the release of the phone on its network. AT&T will match Verizon’s pre-order date of June 6, and …

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New Netflix App Runs on Wi-Fi to Avoid Wireless Data Caps

Many carriers are doing away with their unlimited data plans, putting caps on everything. This has all but eliminated any chance of streaming video becoming popular among smartphone users and putting a damper any money being made by streaming video services on the mobile market. According to GigaOm, providers like Verizon and AT&T have asked the popular Netflix service to …

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Sprint Offers $100 Trade-In On Other Carriers’ iPhones

In a bid to bring more iPhone customers into the fold, Sprint has started offering $100 credit towards the purchase of a new iPhone when you trade in an old iPhone from either of its competing carriers. The program began on Friday and runs through early July. There are a number of ways to take advantage of the deal. You …

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Almost Half Of Teens Are Still Texting And Driving

While only a handful of states in the U.S. have an outright ban on texting while driving, it’s widely accepted that the practice is dangerous and can lead to distracted driving. You’d be hard pressed to find anyone these days who doesn’t at least acknowledge the fact that roads would be safer if people could just put away their cellphones. …

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Sprint’s LTE Network To Be Slower But More Consistent Than Verizon, AT&T

As you may have noticed, LTE is all the rage these days. Everyone, it seems, is in the process of building a 4G LTE cell phone network. Verizon already has a fairly sizable one up and running, and AT&T isn’t all that far behind. Sprint is set to roll out their network later this year, and even T-Mobile is getting …

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AT&T To Offer Family Data Plan Soon

Ralph de la Vega, CEO of AT&T mobility, has revealed that his company will soon be offering shared family data plans. These plans will allow users to pay for a single data plan that covers multiple devices – smartphones and tablets, namely. Under the current system a family with, say, two iPhones and a 4G iPad have to pay separate …

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Google, AT&T Spar Over Android Updates

Last week AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson made an appearance at the Milken Institutes 2012 Global Conference in Los Angeles. During his talk he made several remarks about that have gotten quite a bit of attention in recent days. He spoke at some length about both the iPhone and Android. During the Q&A section of the talk, an audience member asked …

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iPhone Accounts For Two-Thirds Of Smartphone Sales

In the wake of the most recent round of quarterly earnings reports, there’s been quite a bit of discussion over just who the leader of the pack is when it comes to the smartphone market. While Samsung passed Nokia to become the world’s biggest overall cell phone vendor, two conflicting analyses led to some uncertainty as to whether they had …

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Chrome OS Will Get Google Drive Integration

Yesterday Google launched its new Google Docs replacement/Dropbox competitor Google Drive. The new service retains all the functionality of Google Docs, while also allowing users to store files of any kind. They even promise that eventually users will be able to edit and otherwise manipulate all sorts of files. Now it looks like Google also intends Drive to be tightly …

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AT&T Q1 2012 Financials: Profits and Sales Up

AT&T just announced their first quarter financial report for their mobile business and things are looking pretty good. They added 726,000 new subscribers during the last three months and broke a record for first quarter smartphone sales with over 5.5 million devices activated. Interestingly, about 4.3 million of those were iPhones, which have been extremely popular at the carrier. AT&T’s …

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iPhone Gets 5 New Rural Carriers

The iPhone is now available at 5 additional U.S. regional wireless carriers, meaning users of Ivel, Kentucky-based Appalachian Wireless can get a hold of a 4S model for $50 less than AT&T customers. With the 3 largest mobile providers in the U.S., Verizon Wireless (108.7 million), AT&T Mobility (103.2 million) and Sprint Nextel (55 million), comprising the lion’s share of …

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AT&T Increases Data Caps For Prepaid Plans

AT&T has announced that they are raising the data caps on some of their data plans. Under the new caps, the same amount of money will get you twice the data. Now, before all you iPhone owners get your hopes up, you should know: it’s only for their GoPhone prepaid plans. With the new caps, the $25 package will now …

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