Much ado has been made of this week’s Consumer Reports survey showing AT&T coming in at the bottom of the list for cell phone carriers. To be sure, Consumer Reports is a respectable outfit, but did we really need a
AT&T Inc. on Wednesday gave up on a lawsuit that sought to force competitor Verizon Wireless to pull its "There's a Map for That" commercials.AT&T filed the lawsuit in federal court in Atlanta early in November, saying the Verizon ads are misleading and amount to deceptive trade practices. On...
AT&T has dropped its lawsuit against Verizon Wireless over its 3G coverage ads...
Verizon Wireless’s Nov. 6 launch of the Motorola Droid smartphone may not have been accompanied by the breathless anticipation surrounding the 2007 introduction of the iPhone, but in many respects, its drama was higher.
Verizon Wireless and Best Buy have slashed prices on netbooks, MiFi devices and smartphones in the hopes of luring customers into stores for Black Friday.
AT&T is fighting back with its own TV commercials since a federal judge yesterday denied its request to stop Verizon Wireless...
Verizon Wireless and iSkoot announced the availability of Social Beat...
Late yesterday, Verizon Wireless filed a 53-page legal document in response to AT&T's allegations that its advertising is misleading.
Do not touch my Droid. That is the first order of business. And it’s not even really mine to begin with. It’s a loaner unit for demo and review purposes. I had been waiting for its arrival like a kid
By now, it’s well known that there’s no such thing as organically growing your subscriber base. With market saturation hovering above 90 percent, the only way to get new customers these days is to steal them or buy them. That
Verizon Wireless is on track to launch LTE in 25 to 30 markets next year, said Tony Melone at a keynote address before the LTE Americas 2009 Conference.
According to a document leaked to the Web site Boy Genius Report, Verizon Wireless has plans to double its early termination fee on "advanced devices."
Cell phone and services online retailer Wirefly came out with its picks for the Top 10 Most Anticipated Cell Phone Launches, and the Android phone category garners five of the 10 spots. Here’s the list. 1. Motorola Droid – Verizon Wireless
Verizon Wireless and Motorola today announced that the DROID will touch down online and in stores on Nov. 6.
Verizon Wireless has done a pretty good job fending off the iPhone, continually beating AT&T in terms of its net subscriber additions.
Verizon Wireless and Research In Motion (RIM) today announced an Oct. 28 release date for the BlackBerry Storm2.
The industry reacted with caution to the FCC’s unanimous vote to move forward with net neutrality regulation.
The suspense over Verizon Wireless' release date of the Droid phone is building, with Droid devotees getting a teaser on a Web site referring to a date as early as next week.
An aggressive TV ad campaign from Verizon Wireless is adding to the support building for a software package from Google that is shaping up to be the most formidable challenge yet to Apple's iPhone.
Verizon Wireless and Google today announced a partnership that they say "will leverage the Verizon Wireless network and the best of the Android open platform to deliver leading-edge mobile applications, services and devices."
Verizon Wireless today added a handful of new devices to its portfolio. From the latest Gateway netbook to a flashy WinMo smartphone from HTC, the additions offer a spectrum of new choices.
Verizon Wireless is reiterating its support for a texting while driving ban, saying there should be state and federal legislation to ban texting and e-mailing while driving.
LTE holds a lot of promise, but there's still "no substitute for good old-fashioned engineering." That's the message from Verizon Wireless' Chief Technology Officer Tony Melone...
According to a press release, the device will allow users to purchase books, newspapers or magazines from a number of sources over a wireless connection.