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Verizon Says It Won’t Delay Pixel Updates

10/12/2016, Google announced its Pixel smartphones earlier this month. The new handsets are being sold unlocked and off-contract as you would expect but they are also available on Verizon exclusively in the United States. The Pixel handsets are similar to their Nexus...

T-Mobile And Verizon Stop Galaxy Note 7 Sales As Well

10/10/2016, It was first reported last week that reports of replacement Galaxy Note 7 devices catching fire is causing concern over at AT&T which is considering stopping sales of the Galaxy Note 7. AT&T confirmed yesterday that it’s stopping sales....

Verizon Wants $1 Billion Discount On Yahoo After Hack

10/09/2016, Not too long ago Verizon reached a $4.8 billion deal to acquire Yahoo but a lot has been made public since then. Yahoo confirmed two weeks ago that it was the victim of a massive cyberattack in 2014 which compromised usernames and passwords of more than...

Verizon Could Soon Start Selling Drone Data Plans

10/07/2016, Nowadays with everything being connected to the internet or needing an internet connection, telcos are certainly cashing in on it, what with them selling data plans for your phones, your tablets, your smart home appliances, your cars, and now it seems...

AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon Also Allowing Note 7 Replacements

10/07/2016, Following the report that a replacement unit of the Galaxy Note 7 caught on fire on a Southwest plane, we learnt that Sprint was allowing Note 7 customers to exchange their handsets for any phone they wanted. It looks like Sprint is not alone in this as...

Verizon’s Pixel Phones Might Have Their Bootloaders Locked

10/05/2016, If one of the main reasons you love Android is the fact that it allows for much deeper customization compared to other platforms, you might want to stay away from Verizon’s version of the Pixel and Pixel XL smartphones. This is according to a tweet by...

Verizon iPhone 7 Users Are Experiencing LTE Connectivity Problems

09/29/2016, If you are a Verizon subscriber and you just got your hands on the new iPhone 7 or 7 Plus from Apple and you’re running into some LTE connectivity issues, don’t worry you’re not alone. According to bunch of reports from users, it seems that quite a...

Verizon HD Voice Arrives For Prepaid Customers

09/25/2016, Verizon has announced that its prepaid customers can now experience improved sound quality with HD Voice when they call someone who is also on a Verizon HD Voice-compatible device. Verizon says that the HD Voice quality on its network is so good that...

Massive Yahoo Data Breach May Be Confirmed Soon

09/22/2016, Things might be about to get worse for the ailing tech company Yahoo. A new report claims that in the near future, Yahoo is going to confirm a massive security breach which ended up compromising personal information of hundreds of millions of its users....

Verizon Publicly Expresses Disdain For Unlimited Data Plans

09/22/2016, If you’ve been holding on to hope that perhaps some day Verizon might offer you a data plan, the odds of that happening appear very slim. Even though its rivals AT&T, T-Mobile, and Sprint are going back to unlimited plans in one way or the...

Verizon & Sprint Have Already Resumed Galaxy Note 7 Sales

09/21/2016, By now it is safe to assume that many retailers and carriers have stopped the sales of the Galaxy Note 7 following its recall. In fact last we heard, Samsung was rumored to resume sales in the US only in the later part of October, but now according to...

Google’s Pixel & Pixel XL Phones To Be Exclusive To Verizon?

09/19/2016, Back when the first iPhone was launched, the handset was pretty much an exclusive to AT&T, which we can only imagine annoyed the heck out of everyone else who wasn’t with the carrier. However could Google be considering making such a move...