The FCC wants robocall-blocking technology, and it wants it yesterday

The FCC sent out letters to major U.S. phone companies, urging the companies to implement robocall-blocking technology into their networks. The companies have within 30 days to respond to the letters.

AT&T rakes in $40.5B in revenue but loses video subscribers in Q2

According to AT&T's second-quarter financials, the company met Wall Street's expectations. Unfortunately for the carrier, it dropped the ball in other areas, such as number of video and IP broadband subscribers.

Could Comcast be the next major wireless carrier? Company appears to be making bid

It looks like Comcast is looking to expand a little. How? By becoming a mobile carrier, of course. The company will reportedly take part in upcoming wireless auctions, and has apparently even set up a new wireless division.

AT&T adds to its budget lineup with the LG K10 and G Pad X 8.0

AT&T announced it will add the midrange LG K10 and G Pad X 8.0, the former of which was announced in January, to its phone and tablet lineups. Both devices will be available on July 22 through AT&T Next.

Senators urge U.S. carriers to put an end to those annoying robocalls

Through a letter sent to the CTIA -- The Wireless Association, U.S. Senators John Thune and Ed Markey call on the mobile phone industry to do more than it is doing to put an end to robocalls and texts.
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AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon, and Google have waived fees to France

Following the horrific terrorist attack in Nice, France, mobile carriers including AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, Verizon, and Google have waived fees temporarily.
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AT&T wants to solve your concert connectivity woes with LTE-equipped drones

AT&T has the perfect solution to LTE congestion at concerts: a hovering network of drones overhead. It also intends to experiment with drones in emergency response scenarios.

Bad news for the hardcore: BlackBerry will not make any more Classics

In a statement sent to outlets, BlackBerry said it will not cease production of BlackBerry OS 10 devices on Verizon and AT&T. However, the company confirmed it did cease manufacturing of the Classic.

AT&T resuscitates the Nokia Lumia 1520 and its ludicrous price tag from the dead

AT&T saw fit to quietly reintroduce the Nokia Lumia 1520, a gargantuan Windows phone that AT&T first launched back in 2013. The carrier presumably brought back the phone because of the phone's update to Windows 10 Mobile.

Wi-Fi calling on AT&T finally comes to Android, but it starts with the LG G4

AT&T Wi-Fi calling on Android is finally here, but it's starting with the LG G4. If you have the G4, a software update is on the way to activate the feature. AT&T says support for more Android devices is on the way.

Internet users cheer, ISPs sigh as court upholds Net Neutrality ruling

Yet another attempt to combat net neutrality rules has been extinguished by an appeals court, once again demonstrating the strength of legislation put in place by the FCC.

Poor Priv sales could spell the end of BlackBerry’s mobile division

BlackBerry CEO John Chen has said twice that the company would shutter its mobile division if it couldn't turn a profit in 2016. An AT&T executive's negative comments about the Priv do not bode well.