Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy Gear, we are beginning to hear from the US carriers. AT&T issued a short statement and we are now hearing from Verizon Wireless and T-Mobile. Similar to the statement we saw from AT&T, these latest two arrive as little more than teasers.
Verizon was moving forward with plans to expand into Canada. But while that may have been the case last week, it seems that is no longer the plan. The details come by way of Verizon CEO Lowell McAdam who has said rather clearly that "Verizon is not going to Canada."
Verizon Wireless has sealed the deal and bought out the 45% of Vodafone's stake in the company. If you had been paying attention you knew this was in the works, but we can now confirm it is a done deal coming in at roughly $130 billion.
lot of excitement around a device that's already a few months old. That being the HTC One. Don't get me wrong, it's an excellent device I use daily, but the Blue model possibly headed to Verizon has a lot of folks excited. We've seen it in the wild a few times already, and know a blue model is coming, but the recent rumors of Verizon getting it sadly might be wrong.
HTC One. We've seen a few renders as well as pictures of a blue variant out and in the wild this week, but HTC still hasn't confirmed such a device exists. Today however an OEM parts dealer has the device in blue as well, so all we need now is for Verizon and others to offer it.
rumored as heading to Verizon Wireless and as of today it has been officially announced. Big Red will have this handset available as of August 29th and they seem to really be pushing the waterproof aspect. Thankfully though, there is a bit more to the Hydro Elite than just being water-friendly.
Moto X launched with AT&T on August 23rd and shortly after that there was word about how the release with other carriers would happen "in days." While we have yet to hear from every other carrier, we do have the release date and pricing details from Verizon. And true to the rumors, the Moto X will be available with Verizon Wireless as of August 29th.
Verizon announced the Edge upgrade program back in July and it looks like it has officially arrived. A quick visit to the Verizon Wireless website shows the handsets being listed with the additional pricing. Basically, those browsing will now see a two-year agreement price, full-retail price and the Edge pricing. Perhaps more important though, Verizon has also offered an FAQ answering quite a few questions.