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AT&T Is Making One Misstep After Another

Let us count the ways AT&T his gotten in hot water lately: Net neutrality advocates are filing complaints over its iPhone Facetime policy; its profits are off; and it's overcharging its customers. And then there was that noble attempt to remind people not to text while driving ...

Say Goodbye to Unlimited Data Plans

Come October, customers among the top 5% of AT&T's data users in any given billing period will be subjected to reduced access speeds. Rival Verizon introduced a similar policy earlier this year. With the smartphone market all but locked up between these two players -- and AT&T moving to acquire T-Mobile -- this is an ominous development indeed.

AT&T's 4G Battle Plan: 15 Major U.S. Cities in 2011

AT&T will spread its 4G LTE network into a large number of U.S. cities this year, a move that puts it into direct competition with Sprint-Nextel's Wimax 4G product and LTE technology deployed by Verizon Wireless. But will its investment in faster wireless pay off?

Motorola's Droid X Smartphone Sells Out on Verizon Wireless Site

Motorola's Droid X is either a huge success, or the company didn't make enough of the smartphones to handle even modest demand. The Droid X is sold out on the Verizon Wireless website, and very few are available in the wireless service provider's stores.

Sprint Overestimated EVO Sales

Sprint-Nextel announced last week that sales of its new EVO 4G phone, a competitor to Apple's iPhone 4, "marked the largest quantity of a single phone sold in one day ever for Sprint." turns out those numbers were off -- way off.