The US National Security Agency (NSA) is collecting the telephone records of tens of millions of Americans, according to the Guardian newspaper. The newspaper published what it said was a secret court order directing the Verizon company to hand over data on its customers on an “ongoing” basis. Share/Save
Selecting a wireless carrier is just as important as picking a phone. The provider, after all, delivers the network that makes your handset work. And since you’ll probably end up paying a healthy amount for that privilege, there’s no point in sticking with a bad user experience.
Not all 4G is created equal. Even when you’re talking about the same kind of 4G—LTE. Now that AT&T’s launched their LTE network in a handful of cities, we can finally ask, “Who’s faster? Verizon or AT&T?” Well, it’s not quite that simple.
iPhone users are under the mistaken impression that they already have “4G” cellular technology on their devices
When Verizon Wireless kills off its unlimited data plan for new smartphone customers on Thursday, it will mark another blow for endless Web surfing and video streaming.
New government test results show that a proposed high-speed wireless broadband network could jam GPS systems used for everything from aviation to public safety and military operations
New Verizon customers can pick up a HTC Thunderbolt, Verizon’s first LTE phone, for a reduced price of $129.99 over at Amazon this weekend.
The question now is whether anyone will buy a potentially obsolete iPhone in the middle of the refresh cycle?
After declining to recommend the popular smartphone after its original release last June, the influential product review publication is now giving a thumbs-down to the new model for Verizon’s network.
One of the biggest problems that consumers have faced with mobile phone billing in recent years is that there’s really no way of independently measuring the amount of data that’s being consumed by a mobile Web session.