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Latest At&T Inc. Items
U.S. consumers and businesses may get more options in wireless service starting next year, with the launch of a new wireless broadband network that aims to provide competition to the incumbent phone companies.
A perfect iPhone? There's no app for that. Apple Inc. will give free protective cases to buyers of its latest iPhone to prevent reception problems that occur when people cover a certain spot on the phone with a bare hand.
AT&T Inc. said Thursday that it's deploying a new, but long-promised, technology to reach more homes with its U-Verse service, which provides cable TV and higher Internet speeds.
Averting a standoff over programming fees, AT&T Inc. said Thursday it has reached a deal to keep channels AMC, IFC and WE tv on the tube for its 2.3 million U-verse TV subscribers.
The recent Consumer Reports decision against endorsing the latest iPhone are likely to have little effect on Apple Inc.'s reputation.
A fight over programming fees has taken a new hostage: the season premiere of AMC's "Mad Men" on July 25.
Shares of Apple Inc. took a hit Tuesday amid investor concerns over antenna reception problems with the latest iPhone and a related decision by Consumer Reports magazine not to recommend the device.
A decision by Consumer Reports against endorsing the latest iPhone because of reception problems threatens to tarnish Apple Inc.'s reputation, yet fans who have braved poor reception for years are likely to keep buying the product.
Consumer Reports said Monday it will not recommend Apple Inc.'s newest iPhone because of reception problems caused by its antenna design.