Verizon is making a change to a couple of its fees. Beginning February 5, Verizon will raise its activation and upgrade fees. The activation fee will rise from $35 to $40, a small change of $5. The upgrade fee is going to be rising from $30 to $40, a slightly larger increase of $10. ... Read More »
If you’ve lived in Northern California, and especially in the Bay Area, chances are you’ve taken BART. BART is a high-speed, mostly underground train that can take you quite far for a pretty reasonable price, and plenty of people take advantage of it to avoid driving and having to park.
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Samsung created the Galaxy Note Edge as a concept device, primarily to prove that it could. But it’s interesting enough, and some may enjoy having a device with a curved edge. If you’re on Verizon and you’ve been craving the Galaxy Note ... Read More »
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If you’re in the Christmas spirit and looking for a new smartphone to buy, Verizon has you covered. The company’s latest Christmas deal is a steep 50 percent discount on all smartphones regularly priced at $199 or more on-contract. This means that the Samsung Galaxy Note 4, Read More »
Android is a wonderful mobile operating system, but with it has come a lot of litigation. Plenty of companies have sued Android manufacturers for infringement, including a few patent trolls that just exist to buy patents and use them in court. To combat this, Google purchased Motorola and kept its patent ... Read More »
The Motorola Droid Turbo is receiving an update today that, despite not bringing the device up to Android 5.0 Lollipop, does include some very welcome additions to Verizon’s latest flagship Android device.
Today’s update, which should bring your Droid Turbo up to build 21.44.8, includes support for two highly desirable calling features Verizon ... Read More »
Verizon’s VoLTE network has been live for quite a while, but the amount of smartphones able to take advantage of it has been small. The Galaxy S5, LG G2, DROID MAXX, and Droid Mini were previously the only Android devices able to take advantage of Advanced Calling 1.0. But thankfully, ... Read More »
Mike Haberman, Verizon’s vice president of network support, is speaking out today on Verizon’s plans for its LTE network throughout 2015. According to Haberman, 2015 is going to be a big year for Verizon. Next year Verizon is planning changes and improvements to VoLTE, MIMO and spectrum refarming, and will introduce carrier aggregation.
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Verizon has begun to shut down parts of its 3G network in order to repurpose the spectrum for 4G LTE. The change was first spotted by Milan Milanovic when he was able to connect a Nexus 5 and a Galaxy S4 to Verizon’s LTE network in Manhattan. The Nexus 5 hasn’t been ... Read More »
For owners of the new Moto X under Verizon’s umbrella, Monday is looking to be a pretty good day, as Verizon has confirmed reports that Android 5.0 Lollipop is headed to the device.
Earlier on Monday, November 24, Motorola published its own official changelog for the upcoming Android 5.0 update for ... Read More »