Verizon Wireless confirmed the Ellipsis 7 tablet earlier in the week. At the time they offered some basic details in terms of specs. Verizon also revealed the pricing and release date. So with that, and as expected, the Ellipsis 7 has officially arrived for purchase and sits priced at $149.99 on a two-year agreement.
2013 Nexus 7 tablets with Verizon's LTE will probably have to stretch that patience a lot longer. Verizon is now practically passing the buck to Google and Asus for an almost indefinite delay in resolving issues with the latest Nexus tablet and the carrier's LTE network.
a price cut for the Moto X. The price was cut in half dropping from $199.99 on a two-year agreement down to $99.99 (still with a two-year agreement). This price drop hit several carriers and also included those purchases made through the Moto Maker customization site. Though, the Moto Maker remained exclusive to AT&T. The catch was, not all carriers lowered the price at the time.
Galaxy Note 3 has proven to be a solid handset in terms of hardware and software, that is of course, assuming you are looking for an oversized smartphone. But while the experience has been good for most, there have been some complaints. As of today though, it looks like Verizon is addressing two issues -- connectivity and sound.
Verizon looks just about ready to begin pushing out another update for those carrying either a DROID ULTRA or a DROID MAXX. This latest update isn't one that will likely be considered major, however there are a few notable items in the changelog. To begin with though, this update will take both devices to software version 12.15.10 and both will be getting goodies to include connectivity improvements.
Verizon Wireless has officially announced the Ellipsis 7 tablet. The announcement is light on the hardware specs, however Big Red is touting this one as being a "fully featured tablet at an affordable price." Said price will be $249.99 and those curious can expect the tablet to be available in a few days time.
Verizon Moto X has been proven possible in the past, however a patch for a previous exploit was released with a recent over-the-air update. But in the always fun to watch game of cat and mouse, the rooting community has stepped forward with another option for Verizon Moto X users looking to have a rooted handset. This one comes by way of jcase and will work even with the most recent camera software update in place.
Android 4.4 Kit Kat, Google offered some details in terms of which Nexus devices were going to get an update. That list included the usual suspects such as the Nexus 7 and 10 tablets as well as the Nexus 4 smartphone, however there was one device left missing -- the Galaxy Nexus. Basically, the Galaxy Nexus has reached the end-of-line in terms of updates.