T-Mobile will soon start offering limits on smartphone data customers, but it won't get rid of unlimited.
Don't plan on buying a phone designed for AT&T's 4G LTE network and being able to use it with Verizon, or vice versa.
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 is putting an end to its promotional offer of letting Thunderbolt owners tether their 4G data connection for free.
Over the last five months, Verizon has slowly been eating away at AT&T's iPhone 4 market share.
The newest smartphone to carry Verizon's prized 'Droid' handle is now available on Verizon's website.
On July 7th, Verizon will replace its unlimited smartphone data plan with three separate tiers: $30 for 2GB per month, $50 for 5GB and $80 for 10 GB.
Google's Android is currently the most popular mobile operating system, with approximately 38% of smartphone consumers owning devices powered by the OS.
An analyst has serious doubts about earlier reports that suggested a low-end iPhone was on the way.
Are you still confused when you see a commercial for a phone claiming to have '4G' speed?
Android's rather sizable share of the U.S. smartphone market declined slightly from 52.4% to 49.5% last quarter.
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.
There's a problem with a small number of iPad 2 tablets sold with Verizon connectivity.
Campaign group Free Press has filed a complaint with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) claiming that Verizon is violating the rules governing its LTE license.
The days of free Internet are over.
It's a bit late to the game, but Verizon is now ready to launch a phone using Microsoft's new mobile operating system.
You probably won't be seeing an iPhone with 4G connectivity this year, especially not from Verizon.
The Droid X2, Verizon's second 4G-equipped smartphone, is coming out this month.
Well, this comes as a complete shock! Yes, it seems as if Sprint is delaying the launch of RIM’s BlackBerry PlayBook yet again.