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Verizon drops Google Wallet
We have heard our fair share of news about Google Wallet including Google themselves confirming that the Galaxy Nexus will not be receiving the Google Wallet service at all. Well, it seems that Google is not the only one, as Verizon Wireless too, will be blocking the new Galaxy Nexus from carrying the Google Wallet service, which means the smartphone will not have a chance to establish itself as a […]

Verizon Galaxy Nexus 4G LTE Speedtest
“But officer, I didn’t know that I was doing 90 in a 60 zone!” Throw that excuse out of the window, as there is no need to apologize for the Verizon Samsung Galaxy Nexus that has been tested to play nice with Verizon’s 4G LTE network. It seems that the video which you can see after the jump posted some pretty impressive figures, where the user’s area peaked at around […]

Verizon Wireless trademarks hologram
I must admit that between the LG Optimus 3D and the HTC Evo 3D, I prefer the former’s 3D display as it seems more real and vivid, although I myself am a HTC diehard. Ah well, love goes beyond mere looks and capabilities I guess, and at least it allows me to throw my weight behind HTC and support them in their quest for better smartphones! That aside, it seems […]

Verizon bloatware found on Samsung Galaxy Nexus
The latest Google smartphone would be the much heralded Samsung Galaxy Nexus, where it is hailed to be the best pure Android phone just yet, might have just run into a little bit of issues that most people won’t be too bothered with, although purists might beg to differ. Just what is it that gets some people hot under the collar? We’re talking about the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich […]


Verizon Wireless lets you opt-out of ad-targeting effort
It is nice to hear that companies still respect your privacy, as with the case of Verizon Wireless who recently sent a rather polite email to their subscribers that just about all the stuff that they do on their phones will be used to target them with ads. Basically, policy changes which were put into effect in October gave Verizon Wireless the power to make use of browsing history, search […]

Samsung Galaxy Nexus arrives at the FCC, heads for Verizon Wireless
There is still no official word as to when the Samsung Galaxy Nexus, Google’s upcoming superphone that will be the first smartphone from the Android platform to run on the Ice Cream Sandwich version, will hit the market Stateside, but it is encouraging to see that the Samsung Galaxy Nexus has already made its way to the FCC. Yes sir, this can only mean one thing – once it picks […]

Verizon announces Samsung Stratosphere
Ah, the rather elusive Samsung Stratosphere. I guess we’re something like journalists for National Geographic in our efforts to hunt down the latest and greatest news, save for the fact that we’re dealing with the world of tech instead of animals and wildlife. Well, we’ve already seen the leaked specifications for the Samsung Stratosphere, not to mention having its manual sneak out as well, so what better way to commemorate […]

Verizon iPhone 4S coming this October 14th
Verizon Wireless is up next in line to officially announce the iPhone 4S right after Sprint, and of course the terms and conditions would be pretty much the same – I guess it really boils down to which carrier you would like to place your hard earned dollars with, where the 8GB iPhone 4S starts from $99.99 onwards, going all the way to $399 for the 64GB model – all […]

Verizon gets greener with Ford cargo vans running on natural gas
Companies that go green these days tend to gain the thumbs up from the general public, and Verizon Wireless is one of them by adding another 13 Ford cargo vans to their Florida fleet. Hopefully it isn’t a bad omen of sorts (the number 13), but all the 13 Ford cargo vans have been converted to run on compressed natural gas in order to meet the company’s goal to have […]

AT&T retains your cell tower history records the longest
If you happen to reside in the US, chances are you own a mobile subscription to one of the traditional “Big Four” of mobile carriers – AT&T, Sprint, Verizon and T-Mobile. Having said that, have you ever wondered just the kind of sensitive data which belongs to you are kept on their side, and for how long? A recently released Justice Department internal memo reveals the data retention policies of […]

LG Enlighten heads for Verizon Wireless
Verizon Wireless will soon have another new Android-powered smartphone in their stables – and this time around, it will not hail from Taiwanese manufacturer HTC, but rather, from South Korea with the LG Enlighten. This particular model will be available from tomorrow onwards, and at last the official specifications have been released.Expect to see Android 2.3 Gingerbread run on the LG Enlighten right out of the box, so that you […]

HTC Rhyme spotted, to come with plenty of accessories
We briefly touched on how the HTC Rhyme’s sign up page is already available earlier this morning, and what you see above is what the actual handset would look like. Oh, what are those stuff surrounding the Rhyme? It does seem as though it will come with its fair share of accessories – including a docking station, a “Charm cable” which will connect to the handset, while sporting a protruding […]

Verizon Wireless $50 Unlimited Prepaid Plan
Prepaid plans tend to be more expensive in the long run when you consider the amount of usage with the money you have to pay per minute, and Verizon Wireless intends to help those who are on a tight budget and yet need unlimited data on a prepaid plan – hence announcing their $50 unlimited voice and data prepaid plan. This plan will definitely have Sprint and T-Mobile’s prepaid options […]

HTC Droid Incredible Gingerbread update the manual way
Verizon has had its fair share of Android-powered devices in addition to the hot selling iPhone 4, and one of the better loved Android devices in their stable is the HTC Droid Incredible. This handset proved to be top dog when it first arrived some time ago, and has managed to hold its own to a certain extent even against newer competitors. Nice to know the Android 2.3 Gingerbread update […]

Samsung Stratosphere arrives at the FCC
The FCC sure has plenty of fun, checking out up and coming devices all the time, and the Samsung Stratosphere is no different, being subject to rigorous testing by the FCC before they deem it to be ready to rock and roll for the masses. Also known as the SCH-I405, this particular handset will be arriving at Verizon Wireless, so it is just a matter of “how soon” before the […]

Pantech Breakout revealed for Verizon Wireless
The Now Network (aka Verizon Wireless) seems to be on a roll these days, especially when you take into consideration the expansion of its 4G network alongside the plethora of devices introduced for it. Among the latest models that are set to arrive on Verizon would be the Pantech Breakout that made it through the FCC’s tests as the Apache, how fitting as a rite of passage for a phone […]

Samsung Stratosphere is Epic 4G LTE handset
Fancy getting a new 4G LTE smartphone? Well, there is a growing number of options for you to choose from now, and additional information concerning the Epic smartphone from Verizon has started to trickle. Of coourse, the word ‘Epic’ here might not be a case of proportions, but rather, it is the reworked version of the Sprint Epic 4G that will now have altered innards to have it play nice […]

White DROID Incredible 2 arrives on Verizon Wireless
Do you think that Apple tends to take the lead when it comes to industrial design of their devices? White phones were never really in vogue, but I guess the presence of a white iPhone certainly changed things around. Of course, there is always the white BlackBerry model as well, but frankly speaking, which handset is sexier and easier on the eyes? I personally don’t really like white phones as […]

Verizon's Motorola Droid HD and Droid Bionic spotted in photos
The Motorola Droid HD (that you can see on the right in the image above) has “upgraded” it status from being a rumor to hit the reality category, as you can see in the image above courtesy of Engadget. Seen right next to the Droid Bionic from Motorola, they both more or less share the same physical dimensions. The Droid HD is a whole lot slimmer though – we are […]

BlackBerry Bold 9930 splashes on Verizon website
Verizon Wireless takes the understated route this time around with the BlackBerry Bold 9930, having put up the new smartphone without much fanfare at all. It will retail for a rather expensive $249.99, where it is accompanied by a 2-year contract. If you prefer to retain your freedom and not get stuck to any contract with this purchase, then you will have to fork out $509.99 for it outright sans […]