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Galaxy Tab S5e coming to AT&T when the Galaxy Tab S6 is already out

Galaxy Tab S5e coming to AT&T when the Galaxy Tab S6 is already out

Samsung is one of the very few OEMs remaining who continue to make Android tablets and, this year, it has two to offer the shrinking market. The Galaxy Tab S5e was launched earlier this year but was quickly upstaged by the Galaxy Tab S6 barely two months ago. AT&T may not have gotten the memo and is only now launching the Galaxy Tab S5e as a gateway to its video streaming content and communication services.

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Which phones let me connect to 5G in 2019?

Which phones let me connect to 5G in 2019?

New 5G network service was connected in several countries around the world in recent months before all brands had their own 5G smartphone. Some manufacturers have a single smartphone capable of connecting to 5G data speed, while other have no 5G devices whatsoever. Today we're taking a peek at the very few 5G smartphones on the market today - and we look ahead to the future, when 5G covers a much more comprehensive portion of the world.

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AT&T and T-Mobile just switched on cross-network robocall verification

AT&T and T-Mobile just switched on cross-network robocall verification

Regardless of your cell network of choice, spam calls are a universal nuisance, and now AT&T and T-Mobile are working together on anti-robocall tech that brings subscribers another step closer to full call verification. The implementation of SHAKEN/STIR caller authentication is only the first time that the technology has been extended across US cellphone networks.

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Spotify and AT&T team to challenge Verizon and Apple Music

Spotify and AT&T team to challenge Verizon and Apple Music

Last week, Verizon announced a collection of new unlimited plans. Though the four new unlimited plans differ in what they offer, all of them have a subscription to Apple Music tossed in as one of the perks. AT&T just answered that by announcing that it will offer Spotify Premium subscriptions to its unlimited customers, though it sounds like not everyone will qualify for an ongoing subscription to the service.

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DISH as Wireless Carrier: What’s that mean for me and 5G?

DISH as Wireless Carrier: What’s that mean for me and 5G?

Today DISH stood to gain in a BIG way thanks to the merger between Sprint and T-Mobile USA approved by the United States Department of Justice. T-Mobile USA and Sprint will become one carrier, but they'll need to divest control of a whole lot of STUFF to DISH in order to make that merger possible. DISH will effectively become a "national facilities-based wireless carrier," and will deploy the "Nation's First Standalone 5G Broadband Network."

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AT&T will start testing another streaming TV service in Q3 2019

AT&T will start testing another streaming TV service in Q3 2019

AT&T is planning to launch another streaming television service, the company revealed in a financial report detailing its second-quarter earnings. Assuming everything goes according to plan, AT&T will start testing the service -- currently referred to as AT&T TV -- in the third quarter of 2019, stacking it on top of DirecTV NOW, Watch TV, and the upcoming HBO Max service.

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CBS blackout hits DirecTV, DirecTV NOW, and AT&T U-Verse

CBS blackout hits DirecTV, DirecTV NOW, and AT&T U-Verse

In the very early morning hours on Saturday, July 20, channels owned by CBS Corp. went dark on DirecTV, DirecTV NOW, and AT&T U-Verse, the company has revealed. This blackout impacts AT&T customers in a number of major US cities, as well as DirecTV NOW subscribers who would ordinarily receive access to a total of 117 CBS affiliates and stations. Sports and more are also impacted on the DirecTV services.

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AT&T turns on automatic robocall blocking for wireless customers

AT&T turns on automatic robocall blocking for wireless customers

AT&T has become the first US carrier to turn on automatic scam call blocking, the company has announced. The change follows an FCC vote last month that approved this approach to dealing with the nation's robocalling problem. According to AT&T, new wireless customers will see the feature turned on by default when they sign up for a new line, while existing customers will see the feature arrive in coming months.

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AT&T Galaxy S10 5G released, but not for you

AT&T Galaxy S10 5G released, but not for you

Before the official launch of the AT&T consumer version of the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G, the company has something different in store. AT&T's decided to release their Galaxy S10 5G through its AT&T Developer Program first, for "AT&T Business customers and 5G developers" only. But why?*

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WarnerMedia streaming service price leaks amid bidding war report

WarnerMedia streaming service price leaks amid bidding war report

WarnerMedia, the entertainment conglomerate owned by AT&T, was the subject of a couple leaks this week, one alleging a bidding war said to be taking place with Apple for a Bad Robot 'mega-deal,' another claiming a price range for the company's upcoming streaming service. Assuming the leak is accurate, WarnerMedia's service will be a bit pricey, but include bundled premium services.

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AT&T now supports cryptocurrency for online bill payments

AT&T now supports cryptocurrency for online bill payments

AT&T made a surprising announcement today: its customers can now pay their bills using cryptocurrency. The option is made possible by AT&T's new BitPay support, opening the door for bill pay using Bitcoin instead of cash or credit. By adding the support, AT&T has become the first major wireless carrier in the United States to accept cryptocurrency payments.

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Four US carriers sued for selling location data to third-parties

Four US carriers sued for selling location data to third-parties

2018 was a big year for privacy and not in a good way. It was a year where privacy violations were exposed left and right and not all of them involved Facebook. Just as scandalous was the revelation that the four major US carriers have, at one point or another, sold their customer's location data to third-parties, which then ended up with bounty hunters and illegal users. Although AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, and Verizon have promised to stop that practice, customers are still taking them to court for it.

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