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T AT&T 21:00 GMT 34.72 -0.20 -0.57% 16198623 26.74 1.306 184.4B

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  • Courts deliver knockout blow to copyright trolls

    Cox, AT&T, and Bright House each stated that they had no subscribers at all in the District of Columbia; indeed, they do not even offer service here.
  • Google wants Divide to conquer

    Divide had an early deal with AT&T to power that carrier's approach, but AT&T went with a rival for an updated version of the service.
  • Google spends the most on lobbying

    Google outpaced Verizon which spent $3.04 million, Verizon Wireless, $1.2 million and AT&T, $4.3 million.
  • General Electric has a cunning plan for t'internet

    GE said it would also use AT&T's wireless network to let industrial equipment connect to cloud computing services linked to customers and suppliers.
  • Nokia's first post-Microsoft-buyout act is a price cut

    The price is being matched by the AT&T network, but Microsoft is chucking in the camera grip accessory for everyone who picks up the device.
  • Wingnuts pushed telco towards censorship of Al Jazeera

    Right-wing nuts leaned on AT&T to block an affiliation agreement with Al Jazeera America.
  • I warned you all about PRISM

    For those with long memories, humanity was warned about government data mining by Mark Klein in 2006. He said AT&T was allowing US spies to siphon vast amounts of customer data without warrants.
  • Court let NSA spy on Verizon customers

    In 2006, USA Today first reported that the NSA had been "secretly collecting the phone call records of tens of millions of Americans, using data provided by AT&T, Verizon and BellSouth" in order to produce and analyse calling patterns.
  • ITC bans early iPhone shipments

    The iPhone 4 is now given away with a contract offered by carriers including Verizon Wireless, which is not affected by the ruling which only Applies to AT&T.
  • Microsoft finds a niche among the price conscious

    Myerson said that outside the US, Microsoft was doing better because there was not the influence of the carriers such as AT&T and Verizon Wireless.
  • Samsung claims it will struggle with Galaxy S4 demand

    In the US, telcos are reporting delays because of "an unexpected delay with inventory deliveries." Sprint will take online orders starting Saturday as planned, but the phone will be sold at retail outlets only as it becomes available.
  • Facebook needs to learn from AOL and CompuServe

    CommentThe "Home" software will be available for download for free from Google Play starting 12 April. In addition, AT&T Inc has exclusive rights to sell for $100 the first handsets, made by Taiwan's HTC that come pre-installed with the software starting the same day.
  • Verdict still out on Blackberry 10

    Despite the advice, Dawson believes that past the end of this quarter, the US launch does seem to be low key. Carriers don't seem particularly interested in featuring the devices, and sales staff, Ovum claims, have been poorly briefed.
  • In the US, hackers are the new witches

    This week Andrew Auernheimer was jailed for 41 months because he dared to obtain the personal data of more than 100,000 iPad owners from AT&T's publicly accessible website.
  • IBM and EMC fight over Softlayer

    It sells technology to over 25,000 companies, mostly cloud infrastructure to SMEs? Its sale was sparked when one of its customers, AT&T, approached the company in recent months seeking exclusive talks, one of the sources said. AT&T has since walked away, but the idea of a sale is still out there.
  • Blackberry rises from its grave

    According to Reuters, analysts view the announcement as a positive, especially since it comes close on the heels of announcements from Verizon Communications and AT&T confirming that they will be selling the Z10 device later this month.
  • Make or break day for RIM

    The carriers don't like the idea of a duopoly and are hoping that RIM can mount a strong challenge. AT&T chief financial officer John Stephens said the BlackBerry has had a good tradition to it, and he hopes it will be successful.
  • Apple suppliers are revolting

    If subsidies are removed and payment plans widely adopted, then consumers will just head for cheaper gear. AT&T for one would love to get itself weaned off of paying such great subsidies to Apple.

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