The country’s four biggest cell phone companies are set to launch their first joint advertising campaign against texting while driving.
A Vietnam veteran is fighting to keep a utility company crew from digging in his backyard, fearing a 17-year-old tree may die because of their work.
AT&T lost phone subscribers from its contract-based plans for the first time in the latest quarter, in a sign that growth in the industry is stalling now that most Americans have smartphones.
A new study conducted by AT&T shows that adults are actually worse than teens when it comes to texting behind the wheel, and nearly all of them know that it’s wrong.
An early morning storm system hit North Texas Saturday, bringing with it heavy rain, hail and phone outages across parts of Arlington and Grand Prairie.
AT&T Mobility has reached a tentative agreement with a union representing more than 20,000 employees across the country.
Dallas-based AT&T is announcing a tentative agreement on wages, pensions and other benefits for more than 20,000 of its unionized workers.
Research in Motion changed its name to BlackBerry on Wednesday, and launched a makeover of its mobile operating system along with two new smartphones.
The iPhone 5 helped AT&T attract new customers in the holiday quarter, but the company posted a big loss because of an annual adjustment to its pension obligations.
AT&T said that it’s reached a deal to buy Alltel U.S. wireless operations for about $780 million to boost its spectrum in rural areas.
The Dallas City Council is largely behind plans to build a PGA-quality golf course in South Dallas. But if there’s not an agreement to move the Byron Nelson Tournament to the new course, the project could be derailed.
Can you imagine the Byron Nelson Championship being played in South Dallas? A lot of city leaders and golf legends say they can! It’s all because of an announcement that a championship course will be built off of I-45.