Testing won't start till 2017, but AT&T sees Project AirGig technology as a way to bring ultra-fast wireless connectivity to any device. AirGig employs millimeter wave signals regenerated along power lines.
iPhone trade-in season is here, but before you replace your old iPhone, you'll want to check out the latest promos offered by the four major carriers. Each of them is offering a free iPhone 7 with the trade-in of an older model, with some…
Despite objections from the likes of Comcast and AT&T, Nashville's Metro Council has advance its proposal to bring Google Fiber to the city, moving it one step closer to a reality after a long, drawn-out legal situation.
AT&T and Qualcomm are looking into allowing drones to connect to cell towers to enable long-distance, beyond-line-of-sight flight. The technology would allow remote operation and human intervention over autonomous commercial drones.
Google Fiber wants to move all wires on Nashville utility poles, no matter who owns them. AT&T says it will sue if the city approves. Vote on Tuesday. Google Fiber wants to make progress with fiber optic internet access, AT&T says…
In a mocking, pointed, and detailed blog post, an AT&T executive traces its version of Google Fiber's entry into the broadband internet market. According to the post, AT&T keeps on deploying fiber optic cable while Google Fiber complains.
Blaming bad engineering drawings and unacceptable contractor assignments for moving and installing cables, AT&T explains slow pole access for Google Fiber. Google Fiber has had slow going in Nashville and has placed the blame on…
Following in the footsteps of competitors T-Mobile and Verizon, AT&T has officially inked an agreement with Cuba that allows for roaming and direct interconnection with Empresa de Telecomunicaciones de Cuba (ETECSA).
Starting on August 19, AT&T customers using its GoPhone prepaid service will be able to add lines to their current plans. Doing so nets the main account a multi-line discount, depending on how many lines are added.
AT&T has been fined a hefty $7.75 million after a money-laundering scheme set up by suspected drug traffickers caused AT&T customers to be charged an extra $9 per month. The scheme was first uncovered by the Drug Enforcement Agency.