As Apple Inc. and Samsung Electronics Co. develop smart watches and Google Inc. prepares to roll out Web-enabled eyewear, an ecosystem of software developers is springing up to lend a hand and reap the profits.
AT&T Inc., the largest U.S. phone company, had its biggest one-day drop in four years as first- quarter revenue missed analysts’ estimates, dragged down by sluggish landline sales and competition with Verizon Wireless.
Dish Network Corp., which is said to be interested in a T-Mobile USA Inc. merger, is in a position to usher in the next wave of wireless-industry consolidation while assuring regulators that competition will be preserved.
AT&T Inc., under pressure from regulators over its bid for T-Mobile USA, may be willing to shed up to half of the smaller company’s customers to close the deal and gain control of assets including wireless spectrum, analysts said.
AT&T Inc., the largest U.S. telephone company, plans to tell investors tomorrow that it will extend high-speed Internet service to far-flung customers in an effort to boost sales in its struggling rural business.
AT&T Inc., the second-biggest U.S. wireless carrier, agreed to acquire airwaves from larger rival Verizon Wireless for $1.9 billion, helping bolster its network in a region that covers 42 million people.
AT&T Inc. Chairman Randall Stephenson lost $2.08 million in bonus pay after Democrats killed his bid to build the biggest mobile provider. Six weeks after the deal collapsed, he made his largest campaign donation in more than two decades of giving to Republicans.
Software developers for Research In Motion Ltd.’s BlackBerry 10 smartphones have yet to get models with physical keyboards, the latest sign RIM is de-emphasizing its once-signature feature in favor of touch screens.