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AT&T sees first ever $1B revenue quarter for U-verse as IPTV drives telco's consumer business

AT&T continued to ride the back of its wireline data service and U-verse television product in the second quarter, adding more than 209,000 subscribers to take it over 2.5 million overall, and

Inside Apple and AT&T's 'loveless' marriage

Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) and AT&T Mobility (NYSE:T) have faced their ups and downs since the carrier became the exclusive provider for the iPhone in 2007. Indeed, the two companies currently face

Harbinger forges $7B LTE pact with Nokia Siemens

Harbinger Capital Partners (a Fierce 15 winner) awarded an eight-year, $7 billion contract to Nokia Siemens Networks to provide the network design and equipment for its wholesale LTE network, which

AT&T, Verizon earnings will focus on data and smartphones

Both AT&T (NYSE: T) and Verizon Communications (NYSE: VZ) will report earnings this week, and, as usual, the companies are expected to see the most growth in their wireless division. The focus,

AT&T: Bonded VDSL is here for real

AT&T's (NYSE: T) deployment of bonded VDSL--one that's seen various delays dating back to 2007--now appears to be on track. Designed to be a response to cable's DOCSIS 3.0 drive, a Broadband DSL

Verizon's Android gamble is paying off

Verizon Wireless' (NYSE:VZ) deepening partnership with Google, and its launch of six devices running Google's Android operating system (including the Droid X, which commercially launches today), is

Donovan: AT&T will move 'heaven and Earth' to address data demand

AT&T's (NYSE:T) John Donovan promised the carrier will move "heaven and Earth" in order to meet the data demands of its customers. However, during comments at VentureBeat's MobileBeat 2010

Consumer Reports recommends duct tape for iPhone 4 antenna problem

The engineers at Consumer Reports magazine tested the iPhone 4 and found that there is indeed a problem with the gadget's reception. Specifically, the engineers found that when a users' hand or

Study suggests global $46B IPTV market by 2014, but North America lags

Some more good news on the global IPTV market front, updated research from Multimedia Research Group forecasts that global IPTV subscriptions will push past 102 million by 2014, and revenues will

HTC Evo shortages may hinder Sprint's 4G lead

Shortages of the HTC Evo 4G phone are wreaking havoc on Sprint Nextel's (NYSE:S) plans to jump past its competitors with a 4G handset. Sprint had hoped the HTC Evo would help it snatch customers away