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AT&T just made it possible to pay your phone bill with bitcoin

Door: Engadget RSS Feed   / 23 mei, 2019  
Have some spare bitcoin kicking around? You can put it toward your phone service. AT&T says it has become the first big US wireless carrier to accept cryptocurrency for online phone bill payments. Choose the BitPay option at MyAT&a.....
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US carriers say they’ve stopped selling location data

Door: Engadget RSS Feed   / 17 mei, 2019  
You might not have to worry quite so much about carriers selling your phone location data to less-than-diligent third parties. AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon (Engadget's parent company) have provided responses to FCC Commissioner Jessica Ros.....
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FCC proposes blocking robocalls by default

Door: Engadget RSS Feed   / 15 mei, 2019  
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has been fighting robocalls for years, but as anyone with a cell phone can tell you, they're still getting through. Now, the Commission wants to make it legal for phone companies to block unwanted robocalls.....
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AT&T will pull shows like ‘Friends’ from streaming rivals

Door: Engadget RSS Feed   / 14 mei, 2019  
Don't expect Warner-made shows like Friends to persist on existing streaming services once AT&T's WarnerMedia launches its offering. AT&T chief Randall Stephenson said at a JPMorgan conference that the company "will be bringing" many of its m.....
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AT&T says it’s the first US network to reach 2Gbps speeds on 5G

Door: Engadget RSS Feed   / 28 april, 2019  
The chest-thumping over 5G continues. AT&T has reported that it achieved the first 2Gbps speeds on a 5G network in the US. It achieved the feat using a Netgear mobile router on the carrier's public-facing network in the Atlanta area. The perfo.....
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AT&T’s fake 5GE icon is available in the Android Open Source Project

Door: Engadget RSS Feed   / 26 april, 2019  
AT&T is still in hot water over its 5GE logo, but that's not slowing the company down. This week, the not-really-5G icon showed up in the Android Open Source Project (AOSP). Meaning, whether you like it or not, 5GE could start showing up on Andro.....
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Samsung’s strange, gigantic Galaxy View is ready for round two

Door: Engadget RSS Feed   / 25 april, 2019  
You probably weren't looking for a sequel to Samsung's lap-crushing Galaxy View tablet, but you're getting one anyway. AT&T has teased the release of the Galaxy View 2, another take on the Android tablet and mobile TV hybrid. It's not quite as co.....
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AT&T and Sprint settle lawsuit over faux 5G branding

Door: Engadget RSS Feed   / 23 april, 2019  
To say AT&T's rivals were unhappy with its fake 5G branding is an understatement -- Sprint even filed a lawsuit against the carrier, accusing it of "blatantly misleading customers." The competitors must have hammered out a deal that's acceptable.....
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DC Universe scales back ‘Swamp Thing’ over ‘creative differences’

Door: Engadget RSS Feed   / 18 april, 2019  
Not all is well in DC Universe's rapidly growing... well, universe. Hollywood Reporter sources say Warner Bros. Television (part of the service's parent WarnerMedia) has cut its initial order for Swamp Thing from 13 episodes to 10 after running into.....
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Hulu buys AT&T’s stake, leaving Comcast and Disney as owners

Door: Engadget RSS Feed   / 16 april, 2019  
Those rumors of AT&T ditching its stake in Hulu have proven true, although it didn't necessarily play out as expected. The telecom has reached a deal to sell its 9.5 percent stake in Hulu (worth about $1.43 billion) back to the joint venture. It'.....
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FCC announces 5G airwave auction and $20 billion rural broadband fund

Door: Engadget RSS Feed   / 12 april, 2019  
The FCC has announced a spectrum auction and a $20.4 billion rural broadband fund to bolster connectivity across the US. The auction is scheduled to start December 10th, and it will be the largest slice of airwaves the FCC has auctioned for co.....
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AT&T’s mobile 5G goes live in seven more cities

Door: Engadget RSS Feed   / 9 april, 2019  
American carriers are still engaged in their endless game of 5G oneupmanship. AT&T has expanded its fledgling mobile 5G network to "parts" of seven more cities, including Austin, Los Angeles, Nashville, Orlando, San Diego, .....
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Verizon turns on its 5G mobile network a week ahead of schedule

Door: Engadget RSS Feed   / 3 april, 2019  
Verizon has flipped the switch on the first parts of its 5G mobile network a week ahead of schedule. The service is live in parts of Chicago and Minneapolis, just in time for the March Madness Final Four in the latter city this weekend. Once y.....
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AT&T has the ‘fastest wireless network’ in the US

Door: Engadget RSS Feed   / 3 april, 2019  
Just two days after AT&T declared itself the first 5G carrier in the US to reach gigabit speeds, the company has released a statement claiming it's the fastest wireless network in the nation. The findings come from third party network-testing com.....
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