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.
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.
AT&T's off-contract Fusion phone has a 5-megapixel camera and all the Android basics.
To entice more U.S. customers, Huawei must start wowing with high-end handsets.
There's more than just the iPhone 5 out there. A string of recent Android announcements from a variety of vendors could spell success for AT&T.