The AT&T Fusion is fine if you're a patient soul who doesn't expect much in a handset but wants to make the jump to Android. For everyone else, I suggest you move on.
Geared toward business, the new wireless plan offers as much as 200GB of data that can be shared between up to 50 lines.
Today, Tomorrow Daily wonders if T-Mobile's newest Uncarrier initiative is good (or bad!) for consumers, checks out Lego Fusion, watches a number nerd show us the "scientifically correct" way to slice up a cake, and discusses your thoughts on the Amazon Fire smartphone.
Today, Ashley and Rich wonder if T-Mobile's newest Uncarrier initiative is good (or bad) for consumers. Also, Lego's got a new trick up its sleeve that blends digital and physical toys, a number nerd displays the "correct" way to slice up a cake, and we discuss your thoughts on the Amazon Fire smartphone.
The carrier's new smartphone plan, which costs $10 less per month than the previous offering, goes into effect October 7.
Files on record at the FCC spell out a sequel for the Huawei-made AT&T Fusion GoPhone.
Huawei is the manufacturer of the AT&T Fusion, one of AT&T's new off-contract handsets.
This basic Android 2.3 Gingerbread phone will get the job done, but don't expect much in the way of performance.
Apple's co-founder oozes passion on everything tech, from why he wants to be a Glasshole to why builders matter more than ideas.
AT&T's off-contract Fusion phone has a 5-megapixel camera and all the Android basics.