Have you been waiting for the iPhone to come to Verizon for what feels like forever? Well, your wait may be over soon: it could be hitting the network as soon as February 3rd.
Super-speedy 4G LTE networks are great for cellphones, but they're even better for real computers. After all, real computers can do more of the data-heavy downloading that can take advantage of the cable-modem speeds of LTE. Now, Verizon unveiled its first LTE hotspots that can offer up that speed via Wi-Fi.
Why should you be interested in this tablet as opposed to say, all the other tablets that are slowly flooding the market? Because this tablet isn't any regular tablet — it's the first real tablet that will take full advantage of Android 3.0 Honeycomb, the next revision of Google's mobile OS.
Are you reading DVICE with Verizon's super fast (and expensive) FiOS fiber optic Internet connection? If you are, then you're probably getting speeds of up to 50Mbps. Verizon just sweetened the deal by tripling its FiOS speed.
We've all heard the rumors that the iPhone is heading to Verizon. In fact, many respectable sources have locked it down as confirmed. It's been kind of quiet for the iPad. Verizon just started selling Wi-Fi iPads in its stores, but what about a 3G model?
It looks like this must be "leak your picture to the press day", because following hot on the heels of that ghostly looking shot of the new Sony PSP2, we have this much clearer image which is claimed to be the upcoming Verizon version of the iPhone 4.
We already told you before why Microsoft's Kin One and Two were destined for failure. Then Verizon canned it almost three months after its launch. Who could blame them? The phones looked like they were designed for 10-year olds. Now a leaked file indicates that the Kin brothers are coming back.
The Motorola Droid 2 Global is going where no other smartphone has gone before — beyond the cookie cutter 1Ghz processor. BGR has an official leaked spec sheet of the Motorola Droid 2 Global edition. It's CPU will blaze past its competitors in sheer processing power.
Verizon's speedy FiOS service makes most Internet connections look pretty lethargic, but now they are testing a new XG-PON2 system that's about 200 times faster than the speediest current FiOS G-PON service.
On October 28th, Verizon is going to introduce the kind of tiered data plans that AT&T adopted not too long ago. For AT&T customers, it was a pretty big bummer: unless they were already unlimited data customers, there was no way to become one. Turns out, Verizon isn't going to ditch unlimited, at least not yet.