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The ZTE Axon M has twin displays and we’ve a lot of questions

The ZTE Axon M has twin displays and we’ve a lot of questions

The ZTE Axon M is a smartphone with two displays - one on one half, and another on the other. This device isn't the sort of smartphone just any average user will want - instead it's made to provide for those users that want something completely out of left field. For those users that want to keep two smartphones in their pocket but would rather they were connected by a hinge - this is right along those lines.

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10 ways iPhone X is best VS 8 (or vice versa)

10 ways iPhone X is best VS 8 (or vice versa)

The iPhone X was announced with its fair share of exclusive features, but just as many reasons exist to stick with iPhone 8 or iPhone 8 Plus this Fall. Today we're having a peek at a number of reasons why the newest in new iPhone X technology is the way of the future. We're also looking at a number of ways in which the iPhone 8 (or 8 Plus) is the superior choice for the time being. Alternate title: Which iPhone is best? (10 ways it's X, 8, or Plus).

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AT&T’s rural fixed wireless Internet service arrives in 9 more states

AT&T’s rural fixed wireless Internet service arrives in 9 more states

AT&T has a fixed wireless Internet service designed specifically for rural regions, and it has announced that it is now available in another 9 states. This brings the total number of served states up to 18, all of them with rural regions where people struggle to get decent Internet service. AT&T kicked off this service earlier in 2017 as part of the company's own FCC Connect America Fund effort.

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AT&T’s Threat Defender is a mobile game no one asked for

AT&T’s Threat Defender is a mobile game no one asked for

Sometimes companies and even governments release their own online or mobile games, and though the reasons vary, they're usually not that great. AT&T's own mobile game, Threat Defender, is no different. It is, to put it frankly, a game no one asked for and no one wants, though it's not hard to see how a little more effort could have resulted in something worth downloading.

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Verizon, ATT, T-Mobile, Sprint team up (for mobile security)

Verizon, ATT, T-Mobile, Sprint team up (for mobile security)

Here's something you probably weren't expecting: Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, and Sprint have announced that they're all joining forces. No, they aren't coming together to summon some kind of 4G LTE demon that will end the world as we know it, but rather to work on a new mobile authentication solution. The new group they've formed is called the Mobile Authentication Taskforce, and while that name may be a bit silly, the group serves an important purpose.

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ZTE Axon Multy to revive dual screen clamshell

ZTE Axon Multy to revive dual screen clamshell

While we still dream of the ultimate foldable smartphone-slash-tablet, someone actually already came close to a simulacrum of that fantasy. And it failed miserably. Unfazed by the fate of the Kyocera Echo, ZTE and AT&T are reportedly teaming up to take another whack at it, with a certain ZTE Axon Multy slated for October to show the world, once more, how some dreams are perhaps best left that way.

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AT&T DSL redlining hits low-income Cleveland regions says FCC complaint

AT&T DSL redlining hits low-income Cleveland regions says FCC complaint

Cleveland, like many large cities in the US, is home to neighborhoods that span the financial spectrum, ranging from wealthy to low-income and impoverished. A new complaint filed with the FCC accuses AT&T of ignoring many low-income neighborhoods within Cleveland, instead focusing on upgrading its VDSL infrastructure in wealthier regions in the city. The complaint was recently filed on behalf of three Cleveland residents.

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BlackBerry KEYone in all black is coming to AT&T

BlackBerry KEYone in all black is coming to AT&T

Dreams apparently do come true. At least if you’re part of the subset of BlackBerry faithful under AT&T’s network. Earlier this month, a much-desired all black limited edition of the BlackBerry KEYone was launched exclusively in India, though there were whispers it might not be limited to the subcontinent for long. Lo and behold, AT&T has just announced that the BlackBerry KEYone will be making its way to its shelves, ending Sprint’s exclusive hold on the device. And guess what? It’s all black too!

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Galaxy Note 8 release date, pre-release info, and carriers

Galaxy Note 8 release date, pre-release info, and carriers

Today Samsung revealed the release date, pre-release date, and mobile carrier info for the Galaxy Note 8. This includes Verizon, T-Mobile USA, AT&T, and Sprint - as well as the all-encompassing unlocked, SIM-free edition. This information comes amid our own first hands-on with the Galaxy Note 8, which includes one whole heck of a lot of info!

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AT&T Primetime 10-inch tablet has a TV Mode and arrives on Friday

AT&T Primetime 10-inch tablet has a TV Mode and arrives on Friday

AT&T has just announced its own exclusive tablet, and it'll be available starting on Friday. The tablet is called Primetime, and it's not surprising that AT&T has packed a TV Mode onto it given that name choice. Though obviously available for everyone, the tablet seems ideal for those who already have (or plan to get) an AT&T wireless subscription and/or DirecTV television. The tablet can be added to an existing AT&T wireless plan for $20/month.

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DirecTV NOW’s Apple TV deal is back, but you can’t find it online

DirecTV NOW’s Apple TV deal is back, but you can’t find it online

Remember the free Apple TV deal AT&T introduced at the launch of its DirecTV NOW service? That move was designed to lure in new customers, offering them the latest Apple TV hardware in exchange for prepaying a certain number of months of service. That deal is back, but you wouldn't know it by looking at the website. AT&T is being a bit tricky with this latest deal, and you can't get it online.

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Galaxy Note 4 battery recall isn’t what you think

Galaxy Note 4 battery recall isn’t what you think

Talk about deja vu: batteries for the Galaxy Note 4, of all phones, are being recalled. While it may seem like we're heading for a repeat of last fall at first blush, it seems that this recall is vastly different from the Note 7 fiasco that happened last year. For starters, Samsung isn't even the one responsible for these battery problems.

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