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AT&T to refund customers for slow DSL data rates

If you subscribed for AT&T (NYSE: T) DSL service after March 31, 1994, you might be entitled to get part of your money back from a recent lawsuit that alleges the RBOC (Regional Bell Operating

AT&T expands OTT offering with rebranded U-verse Online

Looking to gain momentum in the over-the-top delivery space, AT&T is offering a rebranded and expanded online video platform to complement its IPTV offering U-verse. The offering makes a

AT&T jumps into streaming video with rebranded U-verse Online

AT&T is offering a rebranded and expanded online video platform to complement its IPTV offering U-verse, that makes a bucketful of its content available for streaming, including a library of

It's not nice to make fun of Ma Bell

When it comes to its networks, AT&T has no sense of humor, apparently. First it went after Verizon for its 3G coverage maps and now it's going after Time Warner Cable's ad campaign that suggests

With 1M in sales, iPad surpasses original iPhone

Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) reported it sold 1 million iPads in the gadget's first month of availability, nearly double the number of iPhones it sold during the iPhone's first month in service in June 2007.

Some video iPad apps not operating well on 3G connection

electronista reported on Friday, the day the iPad 3G version went on sale, that certain iPad apps are running at poor quality or not running at all over AT&T's 3G connection. The YouTube app...

Dell Aero for AT&T to have custom UI

More details have surfaced about the Dell Aero smartphone that AT&T (NYSE: T) is expected to launch in the first half of 2010. According to a spec sheet from AT&T, the Android-based Aero will

Report: Harbinger corrals ex-Orange chief to run LTE venture

Harbinger Capital Partners hired Sanjiv Ahuja, the former CEO of France Telecom's Orange wireless unit, to run its wireless venture, according to a report in the Wall Street Journal. The

Report: AT&T overshadowed by iPhone exclusivity talk

AT&T Mobility (NYSE: T) will remain successful even if it loses exclusive rights to Apple's (NASDAQ: AAPL) iPhone, according to a new report in Barron's. The financial newspaper said market

AT&T's WiFi connections reach 53.1M in 1Q

AT&T reported connections on its more than 20,000 hotspots reached 53.1 million in the first quarter--nearly five times higher than the number of connections reported in the first quarter last