There was no press release or official announcement, but AT&T is offering the iPhone 3G for online sale on its business and professional Web site. Though the iPhone has lived on AT&T's biz site since its July 11 release date, previously the site instructed customers to visit their local AT&T for purchase. Now, however, they log into their Premier account "to buy (the) iPhone 3G online today." The cost hasn't changed ($199-$299), but the convenience of buying online is priceless.
Samsung may finally explain Note 7 failure on Monday
The results of the company's internal investigation could be announced January 23, according to a report. The Note 7 nightmare continues to linger as thousands of Verizon customers are still using the dangerous phone.
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Slack gets threaded messages, Netflix killed it last quarter
The tech stories everyone's talking about include Slack's addition of threaded messages, a rejuvenation of the Android One program and Netflix's impressive performance from October to December of 2016.