Verizon is once again ranked as the most reliable mobile carrier in the US.
After months of unsuccessful negotiations, Verizon's unionized workers went on strike yesterday after their labor contract expired.
Verizon manipulated the way it handled its flagship 4G phone so that anyone who wanted to use the mobile hotspot feature would be suckered into the new data structure.
Verizon will reportedly become the next big major carrier to end unlimited mobile data for smartphone customers.
By the end of the week, 19 more metropolitan areas across all US time zones will be added to Verizon's ever expanding 4G repertoire.
The nation's fastest 4G network just got a big boost in the heartland.
Verizon filed a lawsuit this week against a group of people who allegedly set up an elaborate scheme to dupe users into accepting premium text messages, and is offering refunds to customers who were affected.
Verizon will reportedly get rid of its unlimited data plan for mobile customers, switching its model to a tiered structure in which users have to decide how much data they want to use each month.
Despite some reports that Apple went in and fixed the "antenna-gate" issue that plagued the iPhone 4's initial launch on AT&T, Consumer Reports says it's still a problem.
LTE-equipped phones may soon be heading into the next generation, as ARM has announced it will introduce new chips to the 4G technology. LTE is currently being used in Verizon's 4G network.
For 10 years, Verizon customers have grown accustomed to the carrier's "New Every Two" program, which allows them to get a new Verizon phone at a discount after 20 months. But starting January 16, the program will come to an end and replaced with a new upgrade system.
Sprint launched its 4G network early this year to a lot of fanfare. T-Mobile launched its one kind of under the radar. AT&T won't be ready until later into 2011. So when it comes to 4G at CES, Verizon will be the one that shines.
Is it possible we could see a "Droid 4G"?
It shouldn't come as a surprise to anyone, but Verizon has confirmed the widely assumed this week, as we now know for sure the company will be showing off 4G products at next month's CES.
That's thanks to a cutely-worded Tweet on Verizon's official Twitter account, which reads:
When it comes to 4G, there are lots of claims floating around. Sprint claims to have the most powerful, T-Mobile says it has the biggest, and Verizon promises to have the fastest. But some of these claims need to come with footnotes.
It looks as though Verizon is changing its business model to accommodate the new, modern mobile phone user. That is, someone who hardly ever talks on the phone and prefers to communicate via text messages.
Attention, millions of Verizon customers. In three days, you'll suddenly feel pretty inadequate as Verizon will roll out its next-generation mobile data network, but none of the current devices will be able to take advantage of it.
When a leaked photo surfaced showing an internal Verizon document announcing a November 9 release date date for an "Iconic Device," the scoop-hungry blogosphere did what any reasonable media whirlwind would do: assumed it was the iPhone. But nope. Sorry. It's not.
After much speculation, Motorola has confirmed that the Droid 2 Global is real, and has posted official technical specs on its website. Although, it appears Motorola didn't want that to happen.
With the world's largest consumer electronics trade show just a few months away, companies are gearing up for some big announcements and we're already getting a peek at what will be in store for Verizon.