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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Here's how to get the most out of sending and receiving text messages with Google Voice.
In this article, we look at how you can use Google Voice from your Android device, how you can display your Google Voice number as your Caller ID, and how you can make minutes-free Google Voice VoIP calls via WiFi.
Google doesn't normally allow you to port a landline phone number to Google Voice. This step-by-step primer shows you how you can do it.
Google Voice is an amazing service, but there are some limitations and gotchas. In this article, we explore the pros and cons of the service to help you decide if it's for you.
In this article, and the dozen or so that follow it, you'll learn just about everything you need to know to get the most out of the Google Voice service.
Verizon and McAfee have extended an agreement to offer customers security software for their PCs, laptops, Macs, and Android smartphones and tablets.
The U.S. cellular giant takes complete control of its wireless business after the British firm sells its 45 percent stake. It's the largest corporate sale of the past decade.
Will the Nokia Lumia Icon offer current Verizon Windows Phone users, as well as non-Windows Phone ones, enough to entice them to switch? This HTC 8X user says... maybe.
The spread of smartphone theft is off the charts. Some US senators have a plan to solve it, but the carriers don't agree. Is the Senate plan a bad idea, or are carriers just trying to bilk their customers out of insurance fees? It's an ugly story no matter how you look at it.
The 2014 Verizon PCI Compliance Report shows that businesses are starting to realise the benefits of complying with the Payment Card Industry Security standards.
The bottom line for carriers is that they have to resolve customer service inquiries on the first call or their going to take a cost and customer satisfaction hit.
What Verizon says and does appears to be in conflict, according to privacy specialists, legal experts, and academics, who argue the U.S. government can demand foreign data held by American telecom and technology companies.
Prior to the start of Super Bowl 48, the stadium's internal Wi-Fi login credentials were inadvertently broadcast on national TV.
Verizon's general counsel reveals asserted that telcom providers receive more government demands than those in any other industry.