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Verizon offers more data plan options for prepaid subscribers

For those mobile users who don't want to be locked to one carrier for the usual two-year period, a prepaid subscription is a must have as it allows you to be more flexible and customizable. If you're still looking as to which carrier you should choose, Verizon Wireless is offering new and more options for its prepaid subscribers, particularly when it comes to its data plans, which, let's admit it, is practically what most people care about now.

Motorola releases app for managing voice mails

When you think of voice mail, it's not something that would excite you or would make you think of high-tech visual apps. All you would want is something that is practical and something that works. That is probably what Motorola was thinking when they created the Visual Voice Mail, which is not the most exciting app around, but gets (or should) the job done.

Samsung Galaxy Note Edge now available from Verizon, AT&T

After some months of waiting, the Samsung Galaxy Note Edge is finally available from Verizon. The phone which others quickly dismiss as experimental is coming to a few mobile carriers in the US. Verizon is offering the Note Edge on a two-year content for only $399. That's still pricey but the unlocked version is $799. Crazy price? That's still cheaper compared to the $1,000 price tag written by AT&T for the same unit.

Verizon rolls out new Ellipsis Jetpack, connects up to 8 mobile devices

Christmas may be over but no one is stopping you to do some more shopping. There's still the New Year to celebrate so go ahead and get this new Verizon Ellipsis Jetpack. It's a new compact mobile hotspot that provides mobile Internet connection to a maximum of eight mobile devices. The hotspot connects to the reliable 4G LTE network of Verizon, alllowing you to share WiFi with anyone near you.

3G is dead (dying), long live LTE for Verizon?

They said it back in 2011, but now it seems like the start of the slow (and we mean slow) death of 3G is upon us, at least as far as Verizon is concerned. It seems that the carrier has been cannibalizing its old CDMA EV-DO systems to make way for a third distinct LTE network, after launching the first two back in 2010.

Ignite app allows bloatware installation without your permission

Ok, so mobile carriers want to earn a little extra off you from apps and other installable programs – you can hardly fault them for that, as they are businesses in need of profit anyways. But to sneakily install bloatware (the not-so-endearing term for carrier-sponsored software) without the users’ permission is crossing some sort of a line, and yes, Digital Turbine’s Ignite app allows carriers to do just that.

CyanogenMod outs official CM11 nightlies for Verizon LG G3

There have been a lot of unofficial CM11-based/CM11-like ROMs for the Verizon LG G3, but finally we have an official one – this is the official CM11 ROM for the Verizon LG G3 (together with nightlies). We got wind of this via the XDA developers forum. If you want some of this, dig in.
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