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Does the App Store violate net neutrality?

Developers have long questioned the seemingly arbitrary guidelines Apple employs to determine which iPhone applications win App Store approval. But now Apple and exclusive U.S. operator partner

CWA Dist. 6 negotiators leave bargaining table

There has not been much new of late to report about the ongoing contract negotiations between AT&T and the Communications Workers of America union, which means that about 80,000 employees remain

Report: 12 operators launching LTE in 2010

At least a dozen wireless operators will launch LTE networks in 2010, according to a new report from ABI Research. The research firm said that 34 million people worldwide are expected to have access

Arrests made in international hacking-fraud ring

A two-year investigation in Italy has culminated in the arrests of at least five people for telecom fraud and another person being sought for allegedly orchestrating hacking attacks on the IT systems

DTV transition arrives, LTE poised to roll out

After months of delay, the transition to digital television (DTV) has arrived and those companies that purchased broadcasters' 700 MHz spectrum--namely AT&T and Verizon Wireless--are ready to

AT&T rewrites privacy policy

Saul Hansell at the New York Times has a closer look at the new privacy policy AT&T announced Thursday. The policy replaces a number of older policies, and reportedly aims to provide customers

AT&T narrowing its vendor source list

AT&T has began to reduce the total numbers of vendors it works with on various parts of its network and operations, and speculation has begun about who will get voted off the island (Do people

Is Apple hanging up on AT&T?

AT&T has made a mountain of money--and polished its reputation--during its partnership with Apple and the iPhone. But pundits are saying the love affair between the two may be on the rocks after

Former AT&T CEO Whitacre to lead GM

The Wall Street Journal is reporting former AT&T CEO Edward Whitacre Jr. will take over ailing automaker General Motors later this summer after the company emerges from bankruptcy protection.

Analyst forecasts AT&T IPTV slowdown

UBS analyst John Hodulik last week estimated in a research note that AT&T's U-verse IPTV service could pass between 4 million and 5 million additional homes this year. That sounds impressive, but