Verizon is a forerunner on multiple fronts. For starters, Verizon made a big bet on its FiOS fiber-optic to the home network. That network is now giving Verizon the means to compete with cable giants such as Comcast. Verizon's wireless unit is also a powerhouse. The company is working to roll out 4G Long Term Evolution (LTE) technology in an effort to leapfrog rival AT&T.
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The Nokia Lumia 928 goes on sale tomorrow at Verizon for just $99 with a two-year contract or $500 with no contract. It is a nice variant of the 920, and performs the same as that existing device.
It was no secret that Nokia was going to release the 928 for Verizon, given that we've seen billboards, magazine ads, and videos all week. The 928 won't have the rumored metal body, but xenon flash is there, along with other great features from the 920.
In its latest report, the U.S. privacy and civil liberties group warn that some companies should not be trusted with your data — but some should, and actively fight on the user's behalf.
Vodafone investors believe a $100 billion offer for the company's stake in Verizon Communications isn't enough.
Samsung is rolling out the Galaxy S4 to US carriers before the end of the month. Pricing looks to range from $149.99 to $249.99, with contract or financing.
Networks are getting faster and reaching further, smartphone displays are growing in size, and more people are using tablets. These factors lead to more media consumption, and Verizon reported that they are seeing traffic related to video increase dramatically.
New construction methods are aimed at speeding up the deployment of high-speed Internet services in NYC.
Verizon denies that it's considering buying out Vodafone — and the U.K. carrier's shares plummet as a result.
Smart Service Queensland has been recording credit card numbers and storing them unencrypted, in violation of the minimum security standards set out by the payment card industry.
Google has revealed that an LTE version of its premium Chromebook device will start shipping in the US from next month.
This is the debut week of the Z10 on AT&T, Verizon, and T-Mobile, and at the same $200 price point as the iPhone, Android smartphones, and Windows Phone devices, I wonder if consumers will choose BlackBerry.
The shared data plan lets me pool a lot of 4G data for use with multiple devices. I pay for a lot of data that I'm discovering I don't use.
Apple is not the only one able to bring your phone's text messages to your tablets. Verizon has launched its own integrated messaging platform for Android and iOS devices that lets you read and answer phone texts using a free app.
US consumers buy subsidized phones because they are cheaper up front, but then the carrier makes that money back in increased monthly fees. However, when the phone is paid off, those monthly fees don't change, and consumers are left paying extra for nothing.
The update to Android 4.2 includes new camera and keyboard features.