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BlackBerry PlayBook coming to Verizon?

02/09/2011, We already know that the BlackBerry PlayBook tablet will be headed to Sprint with support for its 4G WiMAX network, but what about other carriers? Folks have discovered a page that previously allowed users to join an early-access program of sorts for the...

Verizon Palm Pre 2 has a release date

02/04/2011, After making its debut in Europe a couple of months ago, it looks like we’ll finally see this webOS 2.0 phone on our shores. According to a screenshot posted on precentral.net, the Verizon Palm Pre 2 product page has been spotted and it lists the...

Verizon iPhone 4 sold out

02/04/2011, Looks like Verizon wasn’t kidding when they said the customers demanded for the iPhone to be on Verizon. It has been reported that less than 24 hours after the 3am EST pre-sale launch yesterday, every single iPhone 4 on Big Red has been snatched up....

Verizon 4G LTE dongle now works for Mac

02/01/2011, Mac users rejoice – Verizon’s 4G LTE data connection is now available for users of Apple laptops and desktops. Verizon’s 4G LTE service launched late last year with support only for the Windows operating system, and announced that Mac...

Verizon throws sale for Android phones

01/31/2011, Verizon is drumming up interest in its remaining stock of smartphones before it rolls out the long awaited CDMA iPhone, and the most effective method of doing so? Why, slash the prices of your existing phones, of course. Among the handsets where you will...

Verizon Wireless announces VZ Navigator VX

01/28/2011, Verizon Wireless does not want you to get lost ever again with their VZ Navigator VX, the most up-to-date version of their navigation service which will be made available to the Motorola DROID X, HTC DROID Incredible and the Samsung Fascinate. What makes...

Verizon confirms Mac support for 4G LTE modems

01/25/2011, Verizon Wireless has just confirmed that its 4G LTE modems will finally ship with Mac support when February rolls around. The two modems in question would be one from LTE while the other is from Pantech – and both of them caused quite the ruckus...

Verizon BlackBerry customers get OS 6 today

01/25/2011, BlackBerry users on Verizon are in for a real treat today. Verizon has just announced that at 8PM EST (5PM PT) today, the official update to BlackBerry OS6 for the Bold 9650 and Curve 3G will be released to their customers. It can be downloaded as an over...

Verizon 3G network down again

01/24/2011, Verizon is no stranger when it comes to network outages, with a couple happening last year, it looks like they’re starting off the new year with another one. Some folks have been reporting that Verizon’s 3G network in the Northeastern part of...

Sierra Wireless MC7750 mini PCI-E card hits the FCC

01/23/2011, The FCC have kept themselves occupied over the past week with the Sierra Wireless MC7750 mini PCI-E card, where this device is capable of delivering access to Verizon’s CDMA, EVDO and 4G LTE network – having jumped through the FCC’s hoops...

Verizon and HTC take top spot for Android 2.2 Froyo updates

01/13/2011, One of the major concerns for many folks out there when purchasing an Android-powered device is whether the manufacturer or the carrier will release the version updates after Google releases them, as we’ve already seen many Samsung Galaxy S users stuck...

No New Every Two promo for Verizon customers

01/13/2011, We previously caught wind of this via a leaked document and now Verizon has made the bad news official. The carrier has quietly changed its early upgrade policies, ensuring that the New Every Two program will be coming to an end for customers and after...

iOS 4.3 personal hotspot feature confirmed

01/12/2011, While we were still mulling over the question as to why GSM iPhones lack the personal hotspot feature, here we play the role of being a Verizon iPhone. Of course, the mobile carriers will have to do their part by supporting this feature, so when it comes...