CNET takes a trip to AT&T Mobility's headquarters in Atlanta to check out the carrier's vision for the future of phone shopping.
You can send text messages to anyone using Terminal.
Monica Hall went to an AT&T store to buy an iPad Air. It turned out to be a demo model. What followed is the stuff of complete confusion and customer frustration.
CNET takes a look at how AT&T is able to strike so many agreements, including past notable exclusives, and explains why they make business sense even as they irk consumers.
Silicon Valley firms and privacy groups want Congress to update a 1986-era electronic privacy law. But if a law enforcement idea set to be presented today gets attached, support for the popular proposal would erode.
State and local law enforcement groups want wireless providers to store detailed information about your SMS messages for at least two years -- in case they're needed for future criminal investigations.
Paying for stuff with your phone is finally here! So why isn't anyone doing that? It seems consumers need a more compelling reason than a credit card substitute.
The combination of the Droid and Razr brands have been a success for both companies.
With the iPhone seemingly everywhere -- including prepaid courtesy of Cricket -- it isn't quite as special as it used to be. That's bad news for the carriers.
Before Motorola and Verizon Wireless introduced the Droid Razr Maxx, the companies rolled out the much simpler Razr Maxx Ve.