AT&T, looking to drive more broadband business, is planning to join the multitude of companies offering computer storage “in the cloud.” The telco is joining rival Verizon—which
Struggling Dish Network, which for the first time in its 12-year-history reported a losing quarter Monday, once again is casting longing looks—a la 2001—at rival DirecTV and a possible
AT&T CTO John Donovan said last week in an interview with USA Today that the telco is interested in using WiMAX to extend broadband coverage in rural markets where it would be more expensive to
AT&T has joined the worldwide Green Grid consortium working on ways to improve energy efficiency in data centers and corporate computing systems. Telcos such at BT and Verizon Business already
In a rare interview, AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson told USA Today about the company's decision to subsidize the iPhone 3G and how the carrier is handling the fallout from investors who didn't like
AT&T’s CEO Randall Stephenson is committed to taking the carrier to the top of the wireless world on the back of the iPhone. “We’re all about wireless,” he told USA Today.
Can Cingular's former chief marketing officer work his magic at troubled VOIP provider Vonage? That's a question many are asking today as news circulates that the marketing whiz is taking over from
AT&T filed a petition with the Federal Communications Commission late last week asking the agency not to approve the Sprint-Clearwire joint venture involving a merger of the companies' spectrum
AT&T has asked the FCC to deny the planned merger between Sprint Nextel and Clearwire. The operator, which has the largest subscriber base in the U.S., argued that the venture would eventually
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