AT&T Inc. has reported strong earnings of $0.53 per share on revenue of $33.2 billion for the quarter ended December 31, 2013.
The Dallas-based network provider has also announced that it gained 566,000 new postpaid wireless subscribers during the October to December quarter of last year.
During the company's earnings call, AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson, said the company's cash generation had been boosted by both operations and monetization of non-strategic assets.
The popularity of existing domains ending in .com, .net and the like may soon take a dip as new global top-level domains (gTLDs) are all set to be available to the public as soon as next week.
James Cole, a spokesperson for the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names & Numbers (ICANN), has announced that gTLDs would be available on 4th of February.
It may be noted here that gTLDs will connote everything to the right of the dot in an online address, such as .bike, .book and .wed.
Cupertino, Calif.-based tech giant Apple Inc has plans to turn its Apple TV device into a gaming console later this year, sources close to the company's future plans revealed.
According to the sources, Apple is preparing to offer gaming content through its Apple TV device within the first half of this year. They said the gaming content would be enabled with a major update to the device in conjunction with the roll out of new Apple TV hardware and an improved iOS-based operating system.
Manufacturers and telecom operators in South Korea will not be able to sell any device that has uninstallable bloatware from April this year, thanks to new guidelines issued by the Asian country's government.
South Korea's Ministry of Science, ICT & Future Planning has declared that all "bloatware" on mobile devices must be uninstallable by the end-user as of April 2014, with just a few applications exceptions to the rule.
The North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) has come a long way in the last 25 years, Chairman Bob Shuman said as the popular show closed on a high note on Sunday despite ruthless winter blues.
Braving blustery winter conditions and icy roads, a huge number of people visited the Cobo Center in downtown Detroit to feast their eyes on new cars on the final day of the 2014 North American International Auto Show.
Pope Francis has reportedly plans to visit the U. S. next year to attend a meeting of the Roman Catholic Church.
Citing Vatican sources, CNN has reported that Pope Francis has expressed his intention to attend the 8th World Meeting of Families, which is scheduled to take place form September 22 to September 27, 2015, in Philadelphia.
The World Meeting of Families has been taking place every three years since the late Pope John Paul II started the first such meeting around two decades back in 1994.
Mobile payment services like PayPal and Square are facing a potentially big challenge as Apple Inc is reportedly preparing to enter the field in the near future.
Citing anonymous sources, the Wall Street Journal (WSJ) has reported that Eddy Cue, the head of Apple's App Store, has met with several payments executives to discuss the tech giant's interest in erecting a payments business of its own.
Tech giant Google Inc has been awarded a patent for ad-based taxi services that will provide people free or discounted taxi ride when they are heading to an advertiser's business location.
According to the tech giant's patent application, filed with the U. S. Patent & Trademark Office, the new Google technology will allow companies to advertise a deal and then provide consumers a free or discounted taxi service to get them to their destination.
Twitter's six-second mobile video-sharing app Vine is now officially one year old. This widely popular service celebrated its first birth anniversary on Friday, January 24.
Vine was acquired by Twitter in October 2012. The micro-blogging service rolled out the app for the masses on January 24, 2013.
On the occasion of its first anniversary, Vine collected together 180 of its favorite six-second masterpieces for its users' enjoyment.
Toshiba-owned OCZ Storage Solutions' recently launched storage product Vertex 460 SSDs promise to offer a blend of high performance, reliability and ample storage space at relatively lower prices.
Designed for performance-demanding users, the Vertex 460 SSDs comes equipped with the firm's proprietary Barefoot 3 M10 controller and Toshiba's 19nm MLC NAND flash memory.
Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) on Thursday announced the availability of two new server processors - the 12-core AMD Opteron 6338P and the 16-core Opteron 6370P. The new processors further lengthened the company's the widely acclaimed Opteron 6300 Series.
Codenamed Warsaw, the new processors are specifically designed for enterprise use. The new processors are fully compatible with the company's existing Opteron 6300 Series chips. Equipped with AMD's Piledriver core, they promise improved power efficiency and cost effectiveness.
Toshiba has announced that storage solutions provider OCZ has become its fully-owned subsidiary as it has completed the acquisition of the firm. OCZ Technology Group had filed for bankruptcy late in 2013.
The acquisition of OCZ, which has further expanded Toshiba's solid-state storage capabilities, represents the company's commitment to address storage challenges being faced by both client and enterprise customers.
Renowned chip-maker Intel has unveiled a new Android-based tablet PC that promises to prove `transformative' for the education sector.
Unveiled at the BETT 2014 Education Technology Show in London on Wednesday, the Intel Education Tablet runs on version 4.2 of Google's widely popular operating system Android, and features a 10.1-inch IPS LCD 5-point multi-touch display that offers a resolution of 1280 by 800 pixels.
Continuing their protest against the increasing dominance of tech giant Google, a group of people in San Francisco on Wednesday blocked in a Google employee at his house.
The group, possibly the same one that last month attacked a bus full of Google employees, shown up to the house of Anthony Levandowski - the leader at Google's self-driving car project.
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