AT&T

AT&T and Verizon will carry RED’s Hydrogen One Holographic phone this summer

Verizon and AT&T both have announced today that they will be providing the first holographic smartphone, the RED Hydrogen One. AT&T will soon be announcing the release date for this smartphone later this summer. However, we need to note that the release of this phone has already been delayed twice, and there is no exact word for its final ship date and final price. Although it seems that the year 2018 may be the current target for this device to hit the market. The first time, the pre-orders were directly available from RED last July for a heavy price of ...
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AT&T

AT&T Rolls out a New Version of DirecTV Now Service Adding Cloud DVR and Other Features

AT&T's chief executive made an announcement at an investors’ conference in Boston on Tuesday that the company is going to roll out a new version of its online-streaming service, DirecTV Now with new features along with cloud DVR. The newer version of DirecTV Now is available with a new user interface as well as more premium features. In addition, customers can record up to 20 hours of programs on the Cloud DVR as well as watch up to three streams simultaneously. At the starting, the company will offer a discounted price of 40 USD per month for the new service ...
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Verizon

Verizon Spin off a Service That Offers Unlimited Wireless Service at 40 USD a Month

Verizon has launched a new startup that offers unlimited voice, data and messaging for just 40 USD dollars per month. The company is Visible, which is currently offering this service only for unlocked iPhones. However, there is a catch – in this service, all Internet data connections are throttled to 5 Mbps, which is quite below what Verizon's network can offer. Verizon is a premium service, charging one of the highest subscription fees in the United States. The unlimited plan offered by Verizon costs 75 USD a month, which is almost twice of its Visible service costs. Verizon's customers can ...
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Kindle

Get a Kindle Paperwhite Device on 20 USD off from Amazon

Amazon Kindle Paperwhite is already a Mashable favorite, and it's on sale now. However, this popular e-reader device isn't just available for Prime members this time, but everyone can get the device with Kindle Paperwhite deal. The Kindle Paperwhite is an excellent companion to assist you tackle your ever-growing reading list. And, this great piece of technology allows you to carry tons of books, anywhere you go. So, with this device, you don't have to pack up a million heavy books and you can easily carry as many books as you want with ease. Since it comfortably fits in your backpack, ...
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Charter Spectrum

Charter Spectrum May Launch Its Reasonably Priced Wireless Service Next Month

It's known for a while that Charter is planning on rolling out a new wireless service that will be a combination of Verizon's Network and Wi-Fi hotspots. But now, according to DSL Reports, which is a market tracker, the new wireless service from Charter Spectrum will be launched on June 30th and this is the current plan of the company as per the report. Pricing for the new wireless service will be similar to what Comcast is already charging for its MVNO, Xfinity Wireless. And, it shouldn't be surprising as the two companies are enforced to cooperate on some areas ...
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TomTom

TomTom Is Back with Two Affordable Satellite Navigation Devices

TomTom has rolled out two new satellite navigation devices for those, who don't want to rely on their phone's navigation app alone or those, who don't have a sat nav device already built into their cars. Although TomTom Go Basic is an entry-level satellite navigation device when it comes to its price as well as the name, it is available with several amazing features packed into it. It comes with inbuilt Wi-Fi that allows it to receive software and map updates over the Internet without the need to connect to a computer system. It can also be connected to your ...
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Comcast

Comcast’s wireless service is a good deal but causing the company to lose money

Recently, Comcast started providing its own wireless service under its Xfinity Mobile service. The actual service is being provided by Verizon and the plans for the wireless service is quite cheap and flexible. Although the Xfinity Wireless service is a great deal for Comcast subscribers, the company is apparently losing money. In its latest earnings report, the company has reported a 189 million USD loss from Xfinity Mobile despite the addition of 196,000 new customers during the quarter. Analysts expectations about the loss were that Comcast may lose 1.2 billion USD in its first 18 months, but the loss that ...
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Comcast

Comcast Has Added Tile Tracking to Its X1 Platform

Did you forget where you left your keys? Don't worry, if you are a consumer of Comcast Xfinity X1 and own a Tile device, you will soon get the ability to use the Xfinity X1 Voice Remote to give the exact location of any missing item on your television. This has been recently announced by Comcast in their blog post about the partnership with Tile to bring new capabilities into its X1 platform. Tile is the famous Bluetooth tracker, which can be affixed to almost every object that you want to track. You can ring that object also and see ...
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Verizon

Verizon Gains Two Upgrades by Analysts Who Consider It to Be a Bargain

According to a Wall Street firm, due to decreased competition in the wireless carrier market, Verizon will become prosperous in the upcoming years. Seeing low valuation vs. the market, UBS raised the Verizon's rating to purchase from neutral on shares of Verizon Communications. SunTrust Robinson Humphrey, in a similar move, also raised Verizon's shares from hold on Wednesday because of “attractive” valuation. On Tuesday, the stock of the wireless carrier surged 2.1% after the company reported better-than-expected revenue results. On Wednesday, the shares closed at 0.9 percent. John Hodulik, UBS analyst, in one of his notes to clients, wrote on ...
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Kindle

Amazon Rolls Out a New Version of Kindle App for iOS With a New Magazine Format and More

Amazon has released a new 6.6 version of its Kindle app with several new features, that is available to all iPhone and iPad users who read Amazon books on their iOS devices. The updated version of Amazon's Kindle app comes with a new mobile-friendly format which is designed for magazines. And this new feature is included shortly after the rumors that the company may debut a subscription news service for magazines. Recently, Apple also acquired Texture, which is a service providing unlimited access to above 200 digital magazines for a price of $9.99 a month. Amazon states that the new ...
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