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AT&T set to buy up spectrum with NextWave acquisition

Today AT&T announced plans to buy up NextWave Wireless, and though it may seem like an odd purchase at first, there's a good reason for it. NextWave has the rights to use Wireless Communication Services (WCS) and Advanced Wireless Service (AWS) spectrum, and it seems that AT&T is specifically interested in WCS spectrum to give its 4G LTE service a boost. Of course, there are a few roadblocks that AT&T has to get past before it can do such a thing, considering that the FCC hasn't cleared WCS for mobile Internet yet.

AT&T lights up 4G LTE in 7 more cities

For those enjoying one of the many impressive 4G LTE capable phones on AT&T we have some good news if you've yet to see LTE in your city. Today AT&T has announced another set of cities getting the upgrade to their fast 4G LTE service. Their rollout hasn't been extremely quick, but AT&T's been picking up the pace as of late.

Motorola Atrix HD Review

When the original Motorola Atrix made a scene at CES 2011 with it's dual-core processor and Android 2.2 FroYo it was a big deal -- and a game changer for Motorola and AT&T. Today however things have clearly changed and we're now on the third iteration of the smartphone, with the new Motorola Atrix HD. With top of the line specs, a vivid and crisp screen, and Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich can this win over the crowds? Read on to find out.

Motorola Atrix HD hands-on and unboxing

AT&T and Motorola's latest venture has arrived here on the Android Community doorstep. We are talking about the Motorola Atrix HD with AT&T 4G LTE. Unlike the preview two Atrix devices running on HSPA+ "faux 4G" the Atrix gets full speed LTE to keep things speedy. There's tons to talk about other than the LTE with the Atrix HD though. Such as no capacitive touch buttons, and out of the box runs Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich -- no waiting for an update. Head down past the break for our hands-on video and a few quick pictures.

AT&T rolls out 4G LTE to 7 new cities

AT&T is continuing their 4G LTE network rollout this morning by announcing multiple new locations and cities that will be getting the improvement. They've also announced a few that are getting expansions to better their 4G LTE offerings too. Read on below for full details and city information if you've been waiting for LTE in your area.

AT&T Sony Xperia ion with 4G LTE arrives June 24 for $99

AT&T has just announced another 4G LTE handset for the summer in the Sony Xperia ion and it will be available later this month. Announced back at CES in January the ion will be Sony's first AT&T 4G LTE smartphone and it comes packing pretty decent specs given the price. Today AT&T has confirmed its availability of June 24th for the low price of just $99.

AT&T Samsung Galaxy S III sign up page goes live

The Samsung Galaxy S III has been the talk of the town for the past few weeks since initially launching last week in the UK and Europe. This week however, it is all about the US and Samsung apparently is hitting it hard this time around. After we mentioned a few already this morning, AT&T has also started up their landing page for the Galaxy S III.

AT&T Galaxy Note Android 4.0 ICS hands-on

Say hello to the AT&T 4G LTE Galaxy Note running on Android 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich. The official AT&T build was leaked late last night and we decided to give it a run on our own phablet. This 5.3" Super AMOLED packing smartphone running on ICS is awesome. While we don't have everything Samsung has planned in this build, everything runs pretty rock solid and you can see for yourself in our video after the break.

AT&T lighting up 12 new 4G LTE markets this week

Well, it looks like the folks at AT&T are starting to realize they need to begin cranking out the updates for their 4G LTE network. Being way behind Verizon's rollout is one thing, but taking forever to add more is another. Today they've announced an additional 12 markets will see 4G LTE speeds starting Sunday, April 8th.

AT&T extending 4G LTE network to 12 new markets in April

AT&T is still playing a severely slow game of catch-up with Verizon and their vast and quick 4G LTE rollout. They've just announced a couple of new markets that will soon be getting the fast 4G LTE speeds and we have all the details. According to AT&T, Cleveland will be up next to receive the update and that is coming soon. Then 11 other markets are going to get the blue switch flipped from AT&T too.
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