The AT&T Galaxy S4 is $50 more expensive than AT&T iPhone 5, when talking about on-contract prices. Could this be an issue for Samsung?
What, you thought only smartphone manufacturers were capable of throwing public low blows against the competition? You know, like the stunts LG and HTC pulled on Samsung recently
Releasing a mid-range phone with on-board Ice Cream Sandwich in November 2012 wasn’t exactly Samsung’s smartest move, but at least the Koreans are making amends to Galaxy Express buyers relatively fast.
Some of the biggest names in American telecommunications, including AT&T, Sprint, Verizon, Comcast and Microsoft, have released an inconclusive report about how the US government should enforce (by law if necessary) cyber security controls in the communications sector. The working group, which was set up to advise the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), reported that there was no consensus within the committee regarding the extent to which the government should “encourage” the communications industry to use the so-called “20 Controls.” The 20 controls is a list of practices that all infrastructure and utility companies (including electricity, water and telecommunications) should implement to protect the USA against cyber attack. The…
The LG E980 has now hit the FCC with AT&T’s LTE bands. Considering the E970 was officially known as the LG Optimus G, this could very possible be the AT&T version of the LG Optimus G Pro.
The AT&T 4G LTE coverage has been expanded in six more markets in Ohio, Florida, Tennessee and Connecticut.
Businesses on the hunt for a pooled plan with plenty of internet usage might be interested in AT&T latest offerings. But these data plans don’t come cheap, the 50GB option starts at $500 a month.
The HTC One is not coming to Verizon, HTC has recently confirmed via a message on Twitter.
AT&T and T-Mobile have already put up sign-up pages for the Galaxy S4 without revealing when the handset will hit their stores.
Know how we’ve always said the Xperia ZL is wrongly being considered inferior to the Z? Well, for once, someone seems to agree with us.