Enhanced PTT Coming To AT&T This Year
AT&T today announced expanded customer trails of an "Enhanced Push To Talk" (PTT) service that it plans to launch in late 2012. The new service improves on AT&T's existing PTT service with "dramatically improved performance, features and device choices." At launch later this year, the company will offer up to five compatible smartphones, including more then one from Samsung. AT&T current and new PTT solutions are powered by Kodiak Networks PTT technology. AT&T is hosting a series of local Field Force Automation Forums around the country in the coming months, where interested companies can learn more and see demos.
Most US Galaxy Note8 Owners Receiving Android 8 Oreo
Samsung's U.S. carrier partners are rolling out Android 8 Oreo to the Galaxy Note8 handset.
Kyocera DuraForce XD to Be Sold By AT&T
AT&T today said it will soon offer the DuraForce XD, a rugged Android phablet from Kyocera. The DuraForce XD picks up where last year's DuraForce left off with a bigger 5.7-inch HD screen with wet-finger tracking and glove support.
Kyocera's DuraTR Is a Robust Feature Phone with Direct Connect for Sprint
Kyocera has quietly launched the DuraTR, a ruggedized bar phone intended for Sprint's Direct Connect service. The DuraTR meets mil-spec 810G for protection from drops, bumps, scrapes, and bruises.
AT&T Now Selling the Rugged Sonim XP8 and XP5s
AT&T recently added the Sonim XP8 and XP5s to its roster of rugged phones. Both devices are intended to be used by FirstNet customers (first responders), though they are also available for consumers to purchase.
Waste of time and effort, complete FAIL. :-/
This must be a feature businesses are requesting or something. I cant imagine anyone wanting to use this type of service. Who uses this anymore? It wasn't popular when they first offered it and it won't be popular, now
Iphone needs this