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AT&T Facebook phone sold out: how this “ROKR” may lead to better days

AT&T Facebook phone sold out: how this “ROKR” may lead to better days

It's not that the HTC First was a terrible phone - in fact, it's bound to become a cult classic due to its ability to become all but Nexus with a quick switch-off of Facebook Home. But that's not the issue here. The issue is that this first Facebook phone was not selling well on the one and only network it was with - AT&T - but after reducing the price of it down to a buck, the company's mobile chief Ralph de la Vega has let it be known that they've sold the whole lot out.

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AT&T Galaxy S 4 in Aurora Red Hands-on: red in casing, red in lights

AT&T Galaxy S 4 in Aurora Red Hands-on: red in casing, red in lights

If you're the type of person that likes their phone to be the same color as their passionate, loving heart, AT&T has a unique Samsung Galaxy S 4 for you to glance upon this week. The color that - inside the USA - is exclusive for the moment here with AT&T is Aurora Red, and other than that exterior color and the fact that the capacitive keys up front are red, it's the same unit otherwise existing on the big blue data provider.

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AT&T NEC Terrain brings “ultra-rugged” to the office

AT&T NEC Terrain brings “ultra-rugged” to the office

Just as the carrier brings the Samsung Galaxy S 4 Active to the scene for waterproof/dustproof everyday use, so too does the manufacturer NEC claim their place in the segment with the "Terrain". This device works with Android and 4G LTE to bring AT&T Enhanced Push-to-Talk technology to the business user. In other words - if you're not looking to play games or do much else besides use email and digital collaboration-type tools, it'd be best to keep moving.

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AT&T BlackBerry Q10 arriving this week

AT&T BlackBerry Q10 arriving this week

We've already been introduced to the BlackBerry Q10 on Verizon's and T-Mobile's network, but AT&T still has yet to join in on the fun. However, Ma Bell has finally given the QWERTY-equipped smartphone a release date of June 21. It's been available for pre-order for some time now, but customers will finally have a day to look forward to this week.

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AT&T solar-powered charging stations land in New York

AT&T solar-powered charging stations land in New York

If you're out and about for the whole day and are relying on your smartphone for a handful of tasks, you may discover that the battery won't last you the whole day, and what's a person to do when their phone dies and you're nowhere near an outlet? AT&T is looking to solve this problem with solar-powered charging stations planted all throughout the city.

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AT&T Galaxy Note 8.0 hits the multi-device Samsung bundle June 21st

AT&T Galaxy Note 8.0 hits the multi-device Samsung bundle June 21st

This week the folks at AT&T have revealed the release information surrounding the Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 along with pricing for the machine on its own. This device mirrors the capabilities of the Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 Wi-fi edition, here coming with 4G LTE connectivity from the big blue network in the USA. Bundles have been ushered in with this release also, attaching it to the Samsung Galaxy S 4 and the Samsung Galaxy S 4 Active as well as the Samsung Galaxy Note II.

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Nationwide LTE data test finds AT&T fastest, Verizon most reliable

Nationwide LTE data test finds AT&T fastest, Verizon most reliable

A United States-wide test of mobile data has been run this year with each of the top mobile service providers under the magnifying glass. This is not the first time PC Mag has run such a test, but as in each successive year, this year's test has been the most expansive. What they've found is that while the two two carriers are indeed top-class in one category or another, no one brand dominated the whole pack.

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