HELLO!
CONNECT
Follow @Gizmorati Like Gizmorati Follow +Gizmorati Image Map
LATEST ARTICLES
 

Verizon is late to the game again with the Galaxy S6, while Sprint is giving it away for free

by Gizmoration March 26, 2015
Starting tomorrow, nearly everyone will be able to preorder the highly anticipated Galaxy S6. I say “nearly everyone” because Verizon has revealed that it will not begin offering preorders to its customers until April 1st, 5 days after preorders begin at most of the other major service providers in the United States. Continue reading…

Trade group led by AT&T and Verizon sues FCC to overturn net neutrality

by Gizmoration March 24, 2015
The Federal Communications Commission’s new net neutrality rules haven’t taken effect yet, but they’re already facing lawsuits from Internet service providers. One such lawsuit was filed today by USTelecom, which is led by AT&T, Verizon, and others. Another lawsuit was filed by a small Internet service provider in Texas called Alamo Broadband. (The Washington Post flagged the [...]

Trade groups, not Verizon, will reportedly sue FCC over net neutrality

by Gizmoration March 19, 2015
Reuters reported today that trade associations representing Internet service providers “are expected to take the lead in suing the Federal Communications Commission” over its new net neutrality rules. Verizon sued after the FCC issued net neutrality regulations in 2010. The company ultimately won its case, but the victory backfired because the federal appeals court ruling paved the [...]

An aggressive rubdown is all that’s needed to rid your Nexus 6 of its Verizon logo

by Gizmoration March 18, 2015
There were of complaints when it was discovered Verizon would be slapping its logo on the back of the Nexus 6 — which is designed to be a pure Android device. But with a bit of aggressive rubbing, you can get rid of it in no time. While most of us would just accept the Verizon logo is [...]

T-Mobile promises rates won’t rise, now paying Verizon Edge & AT&T Next bills for switchers, more

by Gizmoration March 18, 2015
Today during its latest Un-carrier event, T-Mobile announced new initiatives including brand new plans and pricing for businesses and a promise to all of its customers that it won’t increase prices. It’s also paying off bills for those locked into leasing plans on other carriers if they switch to T-Mobile.  That “Un-contract” guarantee that prices [...]

Nexus 6 finally hits Verizon tomorrow

by Gizmoration March 11, 2015
Four months after it first made its debut in the U.S., the Nexus 6 will finally be available from Verizon tomorrow, March 12. You’ll have to buy the device online initially, but it will also be available in Verizon stores starting March 19. “To all Nexus fans, thank you for your patience,” Verizon said in [...]

Verizon finally picks up the Nexus 6, comes with 5.1 and HD voice

by Gizmoration March 11, 2015
Four months after every other carrier, Verizon has finally announced it will sell the Nexus 6. Google’s flagship is coming to the carrier on March 12th. During the run-up to the Nexus 6 launch, Google said it was partnering with all four US carriers. AT&T, T-Mobile, and Sprint all started selling the unlocked phone last November, [...]

Pre-order your Galaxy S6, S6 Edge on Verizon on April 1

by Gizmoration March 7, 2015
Can’t wait to spend your hard-earned cash on the new Galaxy S6 or S6 Edge? If you want yours on Verizon, you can place your pre-order on April 1, the carrier has confirmed. Samsung’s new flagships are by far the best smartphones the South Korean company has ever built. Not only do they come with [...]

Verizon and AT&T beat T-Mobile, Sprint in network ratings across the US

by Gizmoration March 7, 2015
Verizon Wireless and AT&T are ranked #1 and #2 in all geographic regions of the US in the latest JD Power network quality rankings released yesterday, with T-Mobile and Sprint bringing up the rear among the four major nationwide carriers. Verizon was #1 in all six regions (Northeast, Mid-Atlantic, Southeast, North Central, Southwest, and West), followed [...]

Verizon and AT&T beat T-Mobile, Sprint in network ratings across the US

by Gizmoration March 6, 2015
Verizon Wireless and AT&T are ranked #1 and #2 in all geographic regions of the US in the latest JD Power network quality rankings released yesterday, with T-Mobile and Sprint bringing up the rear among the four major nationwide carriers. Verizon was #1 in all six regions (Northeast, Mid-Atlantic, Southeast, North Central, Southwest, and West), followed [...]

Verizon and AT&T beat T-Mobile, Sprint in network ratings across the US

by Gizmoration March 6, 2015
Verizon Wireless and AT&T are ranked #1 and #2 in all geographic regions of the US in the latest JD Power network quality rankings released yesterday, with T-Mobile and Sprint bringing up the rear among the four major nationwide carriers. Verizon was #1 in all six regions (Northeast, Mid-Atlantic, Southeast, North Central, Southwest, and West), followed [...]

Verizon announces Galaxy S6, S6 edge preorder dates

by Gizmoration March 6, 2015
Awesome news, Android fans: You’ll be able to preorder Samsung’s red-hot new Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge smartphones from Verizon starting on April 1st. Verizon announced the official preorder dates on its Twitter feed, although it sadly hasn’t yet given out pricing information on what the devices will cost with or without a contract.

Firefox OS Flips Into The U.S. With Verizon Feature Phones; Enters Africa With Orange And The $40 Klif

by Gizmoration March 1, 2015
 With its web-based, no-native Firefox OS smartphones launched only in 2013, the open-source web software maker Mozilla has been a late mover in mobile, with only 1 million devices shipped to date. But it continues to step up its efforts nevertheless: at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Mozilla today is announcing new deals with several carriers, OEMs and [...]

Verizon Nexus 6 is all but confirmed for launch

by Gizmoration February 27, 2015
Many reports have claimed that Verizon is preparing to launch the Nexus 6, and the carrier has all but confirmed that plans are in motion by releasing late on Thursday a promo video on YouTube called “Nexus 6 | Demo | Verizon Wireless.” That video is now private, but the cat is out of the [...]

Verizon issues furious response to FCC, in morse code, dated 1934

by Gizmoration February 26, 2015
Verizon is just so mad at the Federal Communications Commission today that a normal press release wouldn’t do. After all, Verizon issues so many press releases denouncing the FCC for trying to regulate telecommunications that today’s vote on net neutrality required a special one to make sure it would be remembered. So Verizon wrote it in morse [...]

Verizon trolls today’s Net Neutrality ruling by responding in Morse code

by Gizmoration February 26, 2015
Net Neutrality won today, thanks to a 3-2 vote by the FCC. Yay! But not everyone is happy. In just about the most innovative thing the company has ever done, Verizon put out a press release in Morse code, copied here for your pleasure: – — -.. .- -.– .—-. …   -.. . -.-. .. … [...]

Updated: Android Lollipop lands on 2014 Moto X at Verizon and AT&T

by Gizmoration February 25, 2015
Update 2/25: AT&T’s version of the second-gen Moto X has now received its Android 5.0 Lollipop as well. The news comes via a tip to Phone Arena, followed by reader reports of the update arriving. Android Lollipop should roll out gradually to AT&T’s 2014 Moto X via a big 650MB update, so watch out for [...]

Blackberry Classic will launch on Verizon for $99 on February 26

by Gizmoration February 24, 2015
Remember the good old days of QWERTY keyboards and trackpads? Well, it seems like they are making a comeback – Verizon Wireless has confirmed that the BlackBerry Classic will be going on sale from Thursday, February 26. The phone will be priced at $ 99.99 with a new two-year contract. Sales will start online and the phone [...]

Verizon will fix your landline in a month—or give you wireless right now

by Gizmoration February 24, 2015
Verizon’s aging copper landline telephone network has been offline for numerous customers in Manhattan over the past few weeks, giving Verizon another chance to convince customers to ditch their landlines for wireless service. This has been a recurring theme for Verizon, which often tells customers their phone lines can’t be fixed right away but that they [...]

Google Wallet declares war on Apple Pay — AT&T, Verizon and T-Mobile join fight

by Gizmoration February 23, 2015
Google Wallet far predates Apple Pay, but even with the head start, the Android-owner has failed to impact the mobile-payment market. Meanwhile, the fruit-logo company has made a serious dent, gaining the support of many partners. Even in popular culture, Apple Pay is featured in many TV commercials, while the average consumer probably has no [...]

 
 
 
 

Mobile

Gizmorati.com