If you suffer under the yoke of AT&T, and enjoy tales of their suffering, this will cheer you up: back when Empire Strikes Back launched, an automated call-in line designed to market the movie broke part of the network.
Just like Japan, in the US there'll be a 20MB download limit attached to the 3G version of the PlayStation Vita, Sony announced yesterday.
Wednesday, Microsoft announced that more than 40 providers had signed on to deliver TV programming to Xbox Live. One of those, AT&T, has been supplying content through its Uverse service for about a year, where it's been available to free subscribers. Now it will completely transition to Xbox Live Gold.
Arriving in AT&T stores on September 18 for $49.99 with a two-year agreement, Sony Ericsson's Xperia Play 4G comes in an exclusive color pre-loaded with seven hot games. Unfortunately it also comes with AT&T service.
The new iPhone, expected to be dubbed iPhone 5, will apparently go on sale in mid-October through Sprint, Verizon Wireless, and AT&T. [WSJ]
Though Nintendo has, notably, struck an arrangement with AT&T to provide free wireless Internet hotspot access, the company remains adamant that it isn't entering the mobile phone business.
The Nintendo 3DS will rely on Wi-Fi connectivity to deliver free downloadable game content and demos, and AT&T will provide more than 10,000 Wi-Fi hotspots for just that purpose this summer.
Nintendo president Satoru Iwata is on stage at the Moscone Center in San Francisco delivering Nintendo's keynote speech at the 2011 Game Developers Conference, and we've got all the breaking news right here, right now.
For those of us who like to game on the iPhone, we just got a second choice for who to use as our cell phone provider.
So, Americans have finally joined the ranks of nations that can use their Xbox 360 to watch TV on. For those wondering, here's how it all works.
Xbox 360 owners that subscribe to AT&T's U-verse television service can return one of their set-top boxes this Friday, when the service goes live on Microsoft's console. Would you pay $99 to turn your 360 into a cable receiver?
The first wave of Windows Phone 7 devices kicks off with the November 8 release of the Samsung Focus in North America, with eight more Xbox Live-ready devices making it to market worldwide in time for the holidays.
Having first been revealed in, oh, 2007, it seems that the Xbox 360 is finally going to be able to play nice with AT&T's U-Verse streaming TV service. Thing is, there's a catch. Well, catches.
After a three year long wait, the Xbox 360 will get IPTV service in the United States, thanks to Mediaroom and AT&T Uverse. While a nice addition to the Xbox 360's list of services, it has its limitations.
The games industry is unhappy that AT&T, in comments filed with the Federal Communications Commission, described real-time online video gaming as an "aspirational service" of broadband communications and not a core need.
AT&T offer subsidised phones. Like, you pay $99, then get a phone to keep so long as you sign up to an AT&T contract. But would you do the same for a handheld?
Know, before we go on, that this will apply to very few of you. OK? Great, let's go on. If you live in the US, and live in the US in an area that's serviced by either AT&T's high-speed internet or U-Verse TV, and don't yet have either of those services, but are willing to sign up, then boy, have they got a deal for you…