While Verizon will start to sell iPads directly to consumers shortly, AT&T Inc. said today they will start selling the Apple iPad direct to businesses through the corporate customer unit. All three iPad WiFi and 3G models will be directly for sale to business customers as well as postpaid mobile broadband price plans for the… Continue reading AT&T to Start Selling Business iPads Directly
Rather than write only about Apple’s iPhone 4 launch that set records by selling out 600,000 pre-orders well in advance of launch day, the Geeks have decided to tell a tale of two mobile phone releases: Sprint’s release of the HTC EVO 4G and AT&T’s pre-order release of Apple’s iPhone 4.
It’s official (according to BGR and Engadget), the iPhone 4 pre-orders have been completely sold out and anyone who was actually able to place an order after 1:30p Pacific will get their iPhone between June 25th and July 5th. If you were unable to pre-order, you still might be able to walk in on launch… Continue reading iPhone 4 Pre-Order Sold Out!
Ordering through the AT&T site is down, must be June and time to pre-order the new iPhone… You’d think AT&T would have learned their lesson by now. AT&T has failed again under the demand for pre-orders of the iPhone 4. Gadget blogs throughout the blog-iverse are reporting that the connections to AT&T have been failing… Continue reading AT&T Fail… again
Gizmodo reports that while AT&T has actually improved performance around dropped calls lately, a survey from ChangeWave Research reports that 4.5% of calls placed on the AT&T mobile network are dropped which is three times as many as Verizon users. AT&T and T-Mobile each share only a 23% customer approval rating which provides a good… Continue reading AT&T drops more than other providers
Network-connected photo frames are nothing new, but this new one called the Vizit from Isabella has some cool new features. It hooks up directly to AT&T’s cellular network, and you can ‘send’ photos to it via e-mail, SMS text messages, Flickr, and Web browser. What it does it pulls photos down from the VizitMe.com site… Continue reading Vizit photo frame connects directly to cell network, pulls photos down from secure website
Well the iPhone honeymoon at AT&T may be over, what with Android handsets coming to the network. The first one is here, the Motorola Backflip and like its name, it has a hinged design that lets the keyboard float below the screen or even to rotate all the way around. Here are the big points:… Continue reading Motorola Backflip, Android phone comes to AT&T
AT&T announced that it plans to launch 5 new Android smartphones in the 1st half of this year (2010) [press release]. The phones will be from HTC, Motorola and Dell. Yes, Dell. What does this say about AT&T relationship with Apple and its iPhone? Perhaps nothing, but perhaps that the honeymoon is over and Apple… Continue reading CES 2010: AT&T Launching 5 Android Smartphones in 1st Half of 2010
Dell is following through with their earlier announcement of an Android handset, and will be joining the ranks of the other AT&T Android smartphones. The Dell Mini 3 smartphone [press release] is an iPhone/Droid/Nexus styled touchscreen phone that sports a 3.5″ 540×360 display, 3 Megapixel camera with flash, microSD slot, GPS and Bluetooth. Expect availability… Continue reading CES 2010: Dell Mini 3 Smartphone Will Run on AT&T
Newsweek’s Dan Lyons (a.k.a. “Fake Steve Job”) is stirring up unhappy AT&T customers to protest poor network performance by trying to use as much data as possible on Fri 19 Dec at noon. It’s not clear whether this will work or just end up in users becoming even unhappier! AT&T can also retaliate by arguing… Continue reading Fake Steve Jobs Pushing AT&T Customers to Protest