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AT&T Blocks Google’s Hangout App For Android On Mobile Data

Yesterday at Google I/O, Google announced the new Hangouts. This was a service that replaces Google Talk and the old Hangouts, combining standard chat and video chat into one. It has many new features, like chat history and many more. However, there seems to be a new problem that has nothing to do with Google itself: AT&T is blocking video chatting on… Read more

T-Mobile Shamelessly Wastes Tons Of Pepto For New Ad

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=h2Scc6fGz9o#! T-Mobile is trying its hardest to come out on top, and their ads reflect that. Whether it be in the newspaper or on YouTube, they sure like to bash AT&T! Their newest commercial makes the analogy of pipes being bandwidth, and “the other carrier’s” blue goop is flowing slowly. Suddenly,… Read more

AT&T Launches LTE In 20 More Markets Around The US

AT&T is hot on the heels of Verizon, expanding their LTE network as fast as they can. And while it’s still not as big as Verizon’s, it’s getting really impressive in terms of coverage. Just today, AT&T has launched LTE in 20 markets across 13 states. That’s pretty impressive for a single day. Here is the full list of… Read more

AT&T To Begin Selling Kindle Fire HD 8.9 LTE April 5th

If you’ve been looking to buy a Kindle Fire HD 8.9, AT&T will soon begin selling them and even subsidizing them. Beginning April 5th, you’ll be able to walk in and buy the LTE tablet for $399, or $249 with a $150 subsidy. This of course means you’ll have to sign a two year contract, but for those who need a data enabled tablet, this is a great deal…. Read more

T-Mobile Lights Up First Seven Cities With LTE

T-Mobile has finally done it: They have officially launched their LTE network. They may be the last of the big four carriers, but they’re going strong. Their plans to cover 100 million people by this summer and 200 million by the end of the year stands, and they’re not backing down. Here are the cities with fresh LTE: Baltimore Houston Kansas… Read more

T-Mobile Note II Getting Update With Enabled LTE

If you’re a T-Mobile Galaxy Note II owner, you’re very very lucky. You do not need to purchase a new phone to use T-Mobile’s upcoming LTE network, because yours will do just fine. T-Mobile is rolling an update out today that enables the internal LTE radios in the device, letting you take advantage of the blazing fast network that doesn’t yet exist in… Read more

Free Android Apps Less Invasive Than iOS Apps

A study was conducted on the top 50 free iOS and Android apps, gauging what data they transmit and how invasive they are. The results are shocking, as iOS apps seem to be much more invasive than their Android counterparts. Surprisingly, iOS apps actually transfer more personal data than Android apps. Yes, Android has a bad rep for malware, and this… Read more