UN reminds the US that member states should respect its privacy
A UN spokesperson has revealed that the US swore it never spied on its activities.
AT&T helped the NSA spy on the UN's internet traffic (updated)
It's no secret that telecoms have cooperated with the US' surveillance efforts, but at least one w...
AT&T tweaks mobile data plans to match T-Mobile
If you're a big spender, you'll especially benefit with AT&T's new mobile data offerings.
AT&T offers DirecTV customers $500 to change phone service
Now that AT&T has finalized its acquisition of DirecTV, the carrier isn't wasting any time try...
Verizon nixes phone subsidies and simplifies its data plans
Google Fi is looking reeeeeaaaaaallllll good right about now.
Cell service out for thousands across the American Southeast
Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint are all suffering from outages throughout the Southeast. Specifically Tennessee, Alabama and Kentucky are hardest hit though San Francisco, Dallas, New York and select other cities are also being affected.
AT&T's first DirecTV plans include a $200 phone-and-TV combo
Now that AT&T has wrapped up its buyout of DirecTV, it's rolling out plans that take advantage of its new satellite TV partner.
The FCC is already getting thousands of net neutrality complaints
Everyone likes to complain about their internet connection.
AT&T rejects $100 million fine, claims it followed the rules
The carrier claims it notified customers with unlimited internet subscriptions that their speeds would be throttled one they use a certain amount of data.