Ralph de la Vega will now oversee the integration of the mobile and enterprise units, while Glenn Lurie will head the consumer mobile business.
The new $200 Asus PadFone X Mini will become the first Intel-powered smartphone with LTE technology sold in the US.
Joining the carrier's ranks is a new hot spot we hope to see much more of at CES.
Outfitted with a 6.3-inch screen, the smartphone will be carried by AT&T, Sprint, and U.S. Cellular. AT&T will get things rolling with the Mega this Friday.
The latest phone from Apple sets a record, as sales worldwide for the first three days double those for its predecessor, the iPhone 4.
The new tablet epitomizes Apple's direction as a mobile device maker and gatekeeper of media.
Gateway and AT&T Broadband will offer PC buyers at Gateway Country stores a deal for purchasing high-speed Internet service, the companies announced Wednesday. The offer, available in Dallas, San Francisco, Seattle, Salt Lake City, Denver and Portland, Ore., gives PC buyers who sign up for AT&T-backed Excite@Home service a free built-in Ethernet card, a free Motorola cable modem and free installation. Residents in those areas who already own a PC can get a two-month free trial of Excite@Home service, including installation.
AT&T reportedly is expected to formally announce a tracking stock for its wireless phone business at a meeting with Wall Street analysts on Dec. 6.
In a deal that has been rumored for months, AT&T says it will acquire IBM's Global Network unit, which provides business applications for networked firms.
AT&T plans to spin off its wireless services division into a separate company, creating a common stock to track its performance.