T-Mobile US Inc., the country’s fourth-largest wireless carrier, is aiming to lure subscribers from rivals by paying the fees required to break their service contracts.
Telecommunications giant AT&T was under fire Wednesday after the company tweeted a picture of the Manhattan skyline on a cellphone.
Saville Productions made the half-hour documentary “From One Second To The Next – It Can Wait”.
Adults, not teenagers, are more of a problem when it comes to the alarming act of texting and driving, according to a new AT&T survey.
Newport Dunes Waterfront Resort and AT&T will join forces Wednesday to treat 50 blind children to a pre-holiday Easter egg hunt.
AT&T has announced plans to hire more than 500 workers in the Inland Empire and throughout California.
Die-hard Lakers fans hoping to catch one of the pre-season exhibition games on television are out of luck—unless they’re Time Warner Cable subscribers.
Gov. Jerry Brown announced Friday that he had signed a bill curbing regulatory oversight of phone calls made over the internet.
The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors has declared Wednesday “It Can Wait – No Texting While Driving Day” to commemorate AT&T’s national Don’t Text and Drive Pledge Day.
Orders for the iPhone 5 topped 2 million in the first 24 hours after Apple started taking them at 12 midnight Pacific time on Friday. That’s more than double the amount of iPhone 4S orders on its first full day.
Congressional reopened its gates Sunday to thousands of spectators who got what they expected in the AT&T National — another win by Tiger Woods
Three South LA gang members arrested for ransacking a kiosk at the Glendale Galleria are linked to a larger crime ring targeting affluent areas of the San Fernando Valley, police said Tuesday.
A judge in Southern California on Friday awarded $850 to an iPhone user because AT&T Inc. reduced his download speeds in an attempt to manage usage on its network.
Millions of AT&T customers across the Southland may soon be paying more to use their smartphones and tablets.
SoCal residents are finding out what they do on their cell phones may not be for their eyes only.