Late last month, AT&T bought DirecTV for $48.5 billion, merging America’s second biggest cell carrier with its biggest satellite TV provider. Now, DirecTV and Ma Bell are already announcing a $200 promo deal that’ll roll out nationwide next week.
AT&T is currently experiencing a nationwide blackout in U-verse service. The company says the outage is "due to a power-related issue triggered by a third-party at our video hub." [Mashable]
If you're an AT&T U-Verse subscriber, you'll no longer have to live in frothing jealousy of those with WatchESPN.
Starting today through Sunday, AT&T U-Verse customers will be able to preview a brand spankin' new Screen Pack filled with even more content than was previously available, says AT&T. For the low, low price of only $5 a month, U-Verse TV Screen Pack customers will instantly have unlimited access to "an extensive…
While TVs have entrenched themselves in living rooms across the country, sometimes you want to enjoy your favorite shows on the deck, in the garage, or even on the roof. (We're not here to judge.) And come the end of the month, AT&T U-Verse subscribers will be able to move their TVs to any room of the house, without…
Citing an official confirmation from AT&T rep Seth Bloom, DSLReports is, well, reporting that AT&T will pull the trigger on data caps on heavy users of its U-Verse and DSL offerings, starting May 2.
Using the iPhone and Android phones as touch remotes is effectively old school at this point. Next up, telling your TV what to watch—which is what's next for AT&T and likely, U-Verse customers.
AT&T's U-Verse app for Windows Phone 7 is fairly snazzy. It's got a full programming guide with DVR remote controls, and you can also download shows to watch later (no streaming yet, boo).
Xbox 360's IPTV service isn't dead, it's just been sleeping (for a long time). But it might be finally be awaken and headed to AT&T U-Verse if these screenshots of AT&T U-Verse technical support tools are to be believed. Engadget's source also says that Xbox 360 IPTV service is supposedly being tested right now and an…
We'd gotten a peak at AT&T's U-Verse Mobile app earlier this year, but it's now officially available for iPhone and BlackBerry Torch owners. You can set your DVR, sure, but you can also download shows to watch on your device.
AT&T's U-Verse Mobile app is coming, and we've gotten our first demo of how AT&T's bringing TV to phones. It's a sleek-looking, intuitive interface that'll let U-Verse customers watch recorded video on their phones.
Everyone may think that AT&T threw their fat around and made Apple lock down the SlingPlayer iPhone app because of AT&T's lousy network, but a tipster tells us there's a more nefarious reason at play.
An AT&T employee says that a U-Verse IPTV box with Femtocell capability is in the works. That's one set top unit that'll have TV, telephone, internet and improve cellular reception.