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The second generation of wireless technology debuted in the 90s and was the first one to apply digital technology to cellphones, boosting call quality and network capacity. Third-generation networks, with higher data speeds, starting becoming widespread in the U.S. about six years ago.
AT&T is buying NextWave Wireless as part of a plan to expand its spectrum holdings. It also has agreed to buy spectrum from Comcast Corp., the cable company, and Horizon Wi-Com, a small Miami-based company that tried to start up its own wireless broadband network.
The new AT&T Mobile Share plans include unlimited calling and messaging and let customers combine as many as 10 devices under one monthly data allotment for $85. Verizon started a similar plan starting at $90 last month.
In late August, AT&T is introducing Mobile Share plans that let subscribers connect up to ten devices to a "pooled" data plan. Phones that are connected get unlimited calling and texting. The AP takes a look at the plans.
The new AT&T Mobile Share plans include unlimited calling and messaging and let customers combine as many as 10 devices under one monthly data allotment starting at $85. Verizon started a similar plan starting at $90 last month.
The drug giant pays $3 billion to settle U.S. investigation and also signs a "Corporate Integrity Agreement" that includes the probe of production at its former plant in Puerto Rico. In both cases, GSK workers triggered the investigations.
Fast broadband is rumbling on big data's horizons while big bandwidth is necessary to spur innovation and productivity. Is North Carolina's broadband infrastructure ready for this explosion of data as information begins to arrive from everywhere at any time?
Verizon Wireless and AT&T Inc. have been readying a shared- data approach to billing to stop erosion of voice and text revenue and emphasize one big bucket of Internet data to split among multiple users. The move away from separate plans for each device is intended to encourage customers to use more data and buy larger monthly allotments.
The Galaxy S III, which is the top rival to Apple's iPhone, features a 4.8-inch screen, a display area that's nearly twice large as the iPhone's. Yet the phone is slightly thinner and lighter than Apple's device.