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AT&T Withdraws Bid for T-Mobile

U.S Government blamed by AT&T for killing $39 Billion deal.

Samsung Galaxy Note Coming to AT&T in the U.S.?

The FCC has approved Samsung's tablet/smartphone hybrid with AT&T bands

AT&T Subscribers Get No Satisfaction

Consumer Reports readers rank AT&T last in customer satisfaction--while a provider you may not have heard of earns the top score.

AT&T Pulls the Plug on T-Mobile Bid at FCC

AT&T set to take a $4 billion charge as T-Mobile merger falters

FCC Set to Oppose AT&T T-Mobile Acquisition

$39 Billion deal could be in trouble.

First LTE Smartphones from AT&T

AT&T is formally introducing its 4G LTE network on Sunday, as well as its first LTE smartphones: the HTC Vivid and the Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket.

iPhone Location-Gate Triggers Lawsuit

Mobile Burn: Apple's current privacy-centric public relations debacle isn't about to end anytime soon, apparently.

FCC Reviewing AT&T, T-Mobile Merger

The Register: Federal Communications Commission starts formally reviewing the proposed acquisition of T-Mobile by AT&T.

Apple Releases Minor iPhone Updates

Brighthand: iOS 4.3.2 and iOS 4.2.7 now available for the AT&T and Verizon editions of the iPhone.

White iPhone 4 Coming Soon, Really

Mobile Burn: Report cites three people familiar with Apple's white iPhone plans.

AT&T Prepping First Pre-Paid Smartphone

Brighthand: LG Thrive to become carrier's first smartphone to be available on a pre-paid, no-contract basis.

iPhone 5 May Not Arrive Until 2012

The Register: Apple fans may have to wait till next year before they can trade up their iPhone 4s for Apple's fifth generation smartphone.

AT&T Implementing Early Upgrade Price Changes

BGR: AT&T confirms changes to early upgrade pricing for its smartphones, including the iPhone 4.

AT&T to Get Windows Phone 7 Update Early Next Month

Mobile Burn: Microsoft adjusts scheduled release of NoDo update for AT&T's Windows Phone 7 smartphones to early April.

The T-Mobile Features AT&T Shouldn't Mess With

PC Magazine: Pundit holds out hope that AT&T won't get rid of at least some of T-Mobile's many good attributes.