Intel today announced the world's first global 5G modem, giving the company the ability to help with testing of any initial 5G deployments that may be in the pipeline for 2017. In a stroke of luck that we can only assume isn't luck at all, AT&T has also announced plans for 5G on its network, outlining what it has planned for the company's "5G Evolution."
Apple is reportedly limiting LTE speeds on iPhone 7 model with Qualcomm modem to match speeds of Intel modem model. Here's why.
Want to exchange your replacement Galaxy Note 7 unit for any other phone from Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile or Sprint? Here are the details on how you can do that.
Samsung and AT&T have combined forces to officially announce the next model to be made available in the Galaxy S7 range. Rather than extending the range with the introduction of a new device with a larger display or new technical functionality, Samsung has officially introduced the Galaxy S7 Active, a month after photos of the device leaked online.
AT&T user? Running iOS 9.3 on iPhone? There's some good news for you! The network has now enabled international Wi-Fi calling for eligible customers. Here are the details.
It's 2015 and well, Apple is still pushing out the 16GB iPhone as an entry-level model. By now one would think that the Cupertino-based company would simply drop that entry-level storage size and introduce the 32GB model as the baseline for not just the iPhone, but the iPad as well, keeping the same price as 16GB model. While that still remains a dream, T-Mobile isn't waiting for Apple to have a change of heart, and in a bold move as part of it's Un-carrier Unwrapped initiative has decided to target AT&T and some other network provider's users by offering those subscribers a whopping 128GB iPhone 6s for the price of the 16GB model. This T-Mobile offer is kind of similar to their offer from last year where they offered 64GB iPhone 6 for the price of 16GB iPhone 6.
Although we do tend to get somewhat carried away with the exciting features any potential new smartphone can offer us, our sensible side forces us to consider some of the very basics, like signal strength. Without the ability to yield substantial network coverage, your expensive handset can often be rendered useless, and although you might have thought your signal was relatively adequate already, there's no harm in seeing if you can achieve better. Resident carrier update hacker Joseph Brown has, having previously released a hacked carrier update for T-Mobile offering an overall stronger signal to consumers, done the same kind of thing again, but this time, for certain iPhone and iPad devices on AT&T.