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We can't say for certain how long the above pictured splash screen has been around on AT&T's website, but if \"2 room DVR service\" means \"whole-home DVR\" service, we're left with just one question: where? One of the U-verse issues that has long since held it back from being viewed as a killer pr

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Look out Cox -- a new competitor just rolled into town, and it's rolling in on fiber. AT&T has just announced the launch of U-verse in Tulsa, Oklahoma, bringing high-speed internet, digital phone and fiber-based television programming (2 HD / 2 SD included) to one of OK's largest cities. As of

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Not even two full months after AT&T announced its intentions to spread U-verse to more of Southeastern Wisconsin, Fox Cities TV has confirmed that the carrier will be launching the services in the Northeast portion of the state as well. According to AT&T Wisconsin's Jon Hayden, the region-w

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Up until now, AT&T's rollout of 2 HD / 2 SD -- which, for those unfamiliar, enables U-verse users to record two high-def programs at once rather than just one -- has been hit or miss. Now, however, we've received a list of locales coupled with dates that gives a little rhyme and reason to the s

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Don't you worry, U-verse user -- AT&T hasn't ditched its 2 HD / 2SD initiative just yet. After quietly infiltrating areas of Missouri, Michigan and Georgia, we've located its latest target: Austin, Texas. According to a local, his service recently changed from 1 HD / 3 SD to 2 HD / 2 SD without

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Since activating dual HD streams in St. Louis earlier this month, AT&T has seemingly enabled the functionality in a handful of other cities without even an official peep. According to user reports stemming from Atlanta / Alpharetta, Georgia and certain sections of Michigan, they too are enjoyin

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