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As expected, AT&T has launched the GT Max 3.6 Express from Option to satisfy the needs of the many, many road warriors toting nothing more than an ExpressCard slot to satisfy their 3G data needs. Tragically, the ExpressCard/34 device isn't being shipped with Mac OS support out of the box, thoug

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Field report tidbits from Engadget's mobile insider, the Boy Genius.Always wondered just how AT&T's one-way Video Share system was going to work? Us too, so we were more than happy to get a gander at the quick start user guide for the upcoming LG CU500v, a phone that's destined to be among the

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This is it, the moment you've been waiting for. After all these long months you can finally cast your ballot for the 2006 Gadget of the Year! Our Engadget Awards nominees are listed below, and you've got until 11.59PM EST on Wednesday, April 18th to file your vote. You can only vote once, so make i

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Score one for North American HSDPA! Samsung has triumphantly reported that the SGH-A707 -- better known as the \"SYNC\" to AT&T customers -- has been sold over a million times since its introduction five months ago, a figure that was apparently boosted significantly by the introduction of red and

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The one-upping in the US carrier industry of \"who has the most subscribers\" sometimes seems to be a driver behind mergers and the like. Well, we're half joking, but it certainly seems that way sometimes. When Cingular combined with the old AT&T Wireless years back to leap ahead of Verizon Wirele

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Not to be outdone by the impending reality of nationwide EV-DO Rev. A from both Sprint and Verizon, AT&T's apparently felt enough heat to come clean with its intentions for an HSUPA launch. The technology -- the second half of the equation in GSM's HSPA 3.5G strategy, the first being HSDPA -- wo

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We were just casually wandering the expanses of LG's slick booth here at CTIA (stay tuned for more goodies from it) when we happened across this gem: a glass-encased flip simply known as \"LG575.\" What caught our eye, though, was the telltale stylized AT&T globe on the OK button, so yeah, we pre

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AT&T and Napster have joined hands to offer customers access to some three million songs for a year via Napster To Go. This 180 dollar freebie -- if, of course, you have the right plan -- will allow subscribers to download, organize, and create playlists on a PC and then sync them to their hands

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AT&T and Napster have joined hands to offer customers access to some three million songs for a year via Napster To Go. This 180 dollar freebie -- if, of course, you have the right plan -- will allow subscribers to download, organize, and create playlists on a PC and then sync them to their hands

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We had a chance to peep an \"eyes-only\" presentation from AT&T with the dirty details on WM6 for current and future devices, with the newly-branded Cingular apparently poised to introduce patches for three of its hottest handsets. The word is that the Treo 750, 8525, and the Blackjack will see

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The FCC spoiled some of Pantech's secrets here, but Korea's number three purveyor of cellies still managed to bring some heretofore-unknown goodness to CTIA this week. Five new models are on the show floor to be exact, every last one of which seems destined for AT&T on account of the \"C\" prefixe

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After it had been rumored in the pipe many, many moons ago without ever materializing, we'd assumed AT&T had given up on making the Nokia 6126 a reality. Silly us -- we forgot that American carriers have no qualms with releasing phones 11 agonizing months after they've been announced by the man

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When you're a big telecom outfit and you don't get your way with sponsoring certain events, better bring out the hankies when you start whining. That's just what AT&T did in a recent tiff with NASCAR, after racing officials refused to slap the AT&T logo on Jeff Burton's car. The Number 31 c

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There are two things worth noting about that image to the right. First, it's red. No, not (PRODUCT) RED, just red as in the rumored red Pearl we heard was coming to AT&T. It's not even that red making this more of a RIM CranBerry. The pic comes to us by way of a helpful anonymous tipster who cla

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There are two things worth noting about that image to the right. First, it's red. No, not (PRODUCT) RED, just red as in the rumored red Pearl we heard was coming to AT&T. It's not even that red making this more of a RIM CranBerry. The pic comes to us by way of a helpful anonymous tipster who cla

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If you're bustin' to get that jumpin'-off-the-ring wrestling action anywhere you are, you're about to be in luck. That is, if you're an AT&T wireless customer. In a paradoxically odd way, the larger-than-life pro wresting stars of WrestleMania and other pro wrestling shows are about to land hard

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So, first the good news: a recent market pricing document from AT&T shows that the N75 is still in the cards. Now, the bad: it's anybody's guess when it might finally get around to launching. Said document simply (and ominously) shows \"Launch Delay\" in the N75's row, indicating that S60 fans co

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Not to be outdone by fellow megacarrier Verizon, AT&T's pulling out all the SMS stops this week, too. A new option available on all messaging plans adds unlimited mobile-to-mobile texting for an extra five bones, bring the total cost of the 200, 400, 1000, and 3000 message plans to $10, $15, $2

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If there's one thing AT&T's 3G offerings have lacked thus far, it's been a gaudy overabundance of yellow metal. Well, problem solved. The midrange V3xx has been re-rendered in a lovely gold shade, decidedly more flashy than the original gunmetal gray variant. Features carry over, meaning we ge

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Pantech seems to be getting awfully buddy-buddy with the US' largest GSM carrier as of late -- or at least that's what the FCC would have us believe, spilling the proverbial beans recently on the 3G C600 and the C510 with that new-skool AT&T branding atop its shell. Believe it or not, it seems

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