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Verizon Wireless to end unlimited smartphone data plans in July

Verizon Wireless plans to end its unlimited smartphone data plans next month, a company spokeswoman confirmed to sister publication FierceWireless. "Verizon Wireless will move to a usage-based data

Is acquiring T-Mobile USA the answer to AT&T's data demands?

AT&T's (NYSE:T) bombshell agreement to acquire T-Mobile USA from parent Deutsche Telekom for $39 billion in cash and stock is above all about satisfying the need for speed. The AT&T network

Pictures and specs: Windows Phone 7 devices for AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint

A range of vendors, including HTC, LG, Samsung and others, announced Windows Phone 7 devices in conjunction with Microsoft's launch of the platform. Check out our gallery to see the gadgets. Note:

Having trouble with your iPhone 4 reception? Just use duct tape

Duct tape is renowned to be useful for a number of problems, and now Consumer Reports engineers suggest that users of the Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) iPhone 4 who experience lost connections when their

For Apple and AT&T: Does Netflix matter?

As a long time Netflix subscriber, a buyer of a Netflix-ready Blu-ray player, and a regular user of Watch Instantly (even when it results in masochistic acts such as enduring "Mary Shelly's

AT&T's de la Vega sounds call to free up more spectrum

LAS VEGAS--AT&T Mobility President and CEO Ralph de la Vega said the U.S. wireless industry must expand its spectrum resources, accelerate network efficiencies and exploit complementary

New AT&T cloud services target mass-market phones

AT&T announced a suite of new cloud-based data services promising to deliver smartphone-like messaging, video/photo sharing and contacts management experiences across a range of mass-market

FLO TV tunes in to CNN Mobile

Qualcomm's FLO TV mobile broadcast subsidiary announced the addition of Turner Broadcasting System's CNN Mobile to its channel lineup. According to FLO TV, CNN Mobile--first launched in mid-2008 via

AT&T blocks non-market apps from Motorola Backflip

AT&T has locked down its new Android-powered Motorola Backflip smartphone, preventing subscribers from installing non-market apps from unknown sources. Previous Android devices from rival U.S.

AT&T's first Android phone defaults to Yahoo mobile search

The Motorola Backflip, the first AT&T smartphone based on Google's Android mobile operating system, will hit stores on March 7 with Yahoo as its default mobile search engine instead of Google's