Technically Incorrect: AOL's quarterly earnings report throws up a glorious statistic about how slow some are to change their habits.
Technically Incorrect: A California man is flummoxed when AT&T insists he must pay a massive bill that he's sure he didn't deserve.
The inaugural New West Summit -- devoted to the marriage of pot, tech, business and media -- serves as the site for a kind of passing of the torch. Or should we say a passing of the pipe?
BT's dial-up service is no more, as it's shut it down today, saying only a "tiny number" of its customers still used it.
A few dedicated individuals buck the broadband trend and still use dial-up Internet-access services at home.
In search of its fountain of youth, Facebook gives away voice calls in its Messenger for iPhone app.
AT&T's prepaid brand adds the recently introduced Motorola handset as part of its Android portfolio.
Big Red's latest Android is aimed at first-time smartphone buyers.
The company acknowledges it recently sold PCs loaded with a form of identification that could make them vulnerable to cyberattack.
Australians turn away from dial-up in droves, as the number of subscribers to mobile and fixed wireless has increased thirtyfold in six years.