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The Android IM app that brought T-Mobile's network to its knees

In the ongoing discussion of net neutrality and wireless network management, T-Mobile USA has one whopper of a story. According to the carrier's filings with the FCC, close to a year ago an

Pay-TV's fight with content providers leaves millions of subscribers in the dark

Carriage fee fights have left 19 million pay-TV subscribers without some content this year as impasses between service providers and content owners have led to five blackouts so far this year, the

AT&T: Our path to LTE is not delayed

Verizon Wireless made all of the LTE news last week, announcing plans to launch the technology in 38 U.S. markets and covering more than 100 million potential subscribers along with 60 airports by

AT&T opens second London Internet data center

AT&T (NYSE: T) has opened a second Internet data center (IDC) in London in a move the company says will meet growing demand across Europe for its hosting and application services. The company

Sprint, AT&T, Verizon launch centers to promote M2M

SAN FRANCISCO--A trio of U.S. wireless operators unveiled details on their investments in the growing machine-to-machine category. At this week's CTIA Enterprise & Applications conference here,

AT&T greenlighting Xbox 360 as U-verse receiver with Nov. 7 launch

Xbox 360 owners who also have access to AT&T's U-verse service will be able to use their gaming station as a U-verse receiver starting next month, although they'll need to have at least one

AT&T U-verse tops customer satisfaction survey

Just as the Consumerist's aptly titled " Golden Poo" trophy honoring cable giant Comcast as "The Worst Company in America" was being mailed belatedly--with a tongue-firmly-planted-in-cheek apology for

T-Mobile expected to debut WP7 device next week

T-Mobile USA is jumping on the Microsoft Windows Phone 7 operating system bandwagon. According to the Wall Street Journal, the operator confirmed it will announce details of its WP7 device Oct. 11,

Report: AT&T getting ready for head-to-head fight with Akamai

Can AT&T take away some of Akamai's value add business? A blog post from an analyst today said that the telco is in the process of integrating Cotendo's app acceleration and dynamic site

AT&T turns to developer 'speed dating' to boost apps rollout

AT&T (NYSE:T) is poised to open mobile software development facilities in Palo Alto, Calif., Plano, Tex. and Tel Aviv, Israel, promising developers advice and assistance to create more successful