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iOS 8 WiFi calling: here’s which carriers will offer it

iOS 8 WiFi calling: here’s which carriers will offer it

WiFi calling is one of the neat features available on iOS 8 and the iPhone 6, but not everyone is ready to make it happen for you. The function still needs carrier support, and that’s not up to Apple. Now that the major carriers have chimed in, we get a full rundown of which support WiFi calling — and why you might not even care if they don’t yet.

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Galaxy Note 4 available Oct 17, pre-orders tomorrow

Galaxy Note 4 available Oct 17, pre-orders tomorrow

Right on the heels of the announcement of the iPhone 6 Plus, Samsung has announced availability of the Samsung Galaxy Note 4. This device is part of the line of devices credited with bringing the massive-screen smartphone to the market, and this generation’s version is the first with a higher-than-1080p display. This device also has an advanced S Pen for writing as well as a metal rim.

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Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5 and 8.4 go up for pre-order at AT&T

Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5 and 8.4 go up for pre-order at AT&T

Samsung's alluring Galaxy Tab S 10.5 and 8.4 (read our review) have both gone up for pre-order from AT&T, with the carrier being set to start shipping those pre-orders "around" September 23, though it seems that date might be flexible. The tablets will be fully available in AT&T's retail stores on Setember 26.

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NVIDIA SHIELD Tablet LTE hits pre-order today

NVIDIA SHIELD Tablet LTE hits pre-order today

NVIDIA is throwing the 4G version of its SHIELD Tablet up for pre-order, adding an unlocked LTE modem to the potent Android slate. The new model, which is up for order today and will ship September 30th, also doubles the onboard storage to 32GB, a timely increase considering there are also three new SHIELD Tablet optimized games incoming too.

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LG budget lineup: G3 Stylus global rollout, A&T G3 Vigor

LG budget lineup: G3 Stylus global rollout, A&T G3 Vigor

Forever capitalizing on the success of its G3 smartphone, LG has outed several variants bearing the same name but bearing different personalities, such as the G3 Stylus and this new G3 Vigor. Make no mistake, however, as these two are not in the same league as the LG G3 and are designed to expand the OEM's mid-range line instead.

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Here’s where you can pre-order your iPhone 6

Here’s where you can pre-order your iPhone 6

When Apple starts accepting pre-orders for their iPhone 6 tomorrow, expect a huge surge of people clamoring to reserve their phones. As one or both of these iPhones are anticipated to be limited at launch, you might want to diversify your search if you intend to snap one up. We’ve heard a lot of chatter about where you might be able to get your hands on an iPhone, so here is the list so far.

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AT&T confirms Nokia Lumia 830 heading to its shelves

AT&T confirms Nokia Lumia 830 heading to its shelves

Microsoft has just unveiled two new Windows Phone 8.1 smartphones last week, but availability details were, as always, a bit murky. While this announcement doesn't add anything specific in terms of date or exact price, it does spell good news for those in the US interested in getting their hands on one. AT&T will indeed be carrying the Lumia 830 soon.

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Amazon Fire Phone drops to a dollar, goes international

Amazon Fire Phone drops to a dollar, goes international

Is this an "ouch" or a "good for Amazon"? The Fire Phone has been dropped to $0.99 on-contract here in the United States - that’s about $190 less than it launched for way back when it was first released. But that was a long time ago, right? Not so much.

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AT&T starts data plans for wearables with Timex

AT&T starts data plans for wearables with Timex

This week AT&T has begun releasing service plan pricing for wearables in ernest. It was only a matter of time before mobile data providers began showing off their plans for smartwatches and other oddities that’d connect with mobile internet. That time is now.

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AT&T targets municipal broadband, asks FCC to squash it

AT&T targets municipal broadband, asks FCC to squash it

Consumers tend to look favorably on municipal broadband, as it usually comes with the perk of faster speeds and lower pricing than the big-ISP alternative. However, as of earlier this year, 20 states have limitations on such municipal networks -- largely in part due to lobbying -- and if AT&T has its way, that number will continue to grow.

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Apple now offering iPhone upgrades on AT&T Next

Apple now offering iPhone upgrades on AT&T Next

The Apple Store might be the only place you need to go for your iPhone, as Apple has started selling their smartphone with AT&T’s Next program. With that, you can now walk into an Apple Store, put no money down on a phone, and walk out only paying a monthly fee on top of your rate plan.

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AT&T Mobility CEO switch: what’s it to you?

AT&T Mobility CEO switch: what’s it to you?

This week AT&T Mobility has switched CEOs. What does this mean for you, the consumer? It means you’ll see some new plans enacted, some restructuring of the way AT&T does business, and maybe even a new face for the public eye.

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