Verizon Wireless will soon release a new DROID smartphone, though details about the manufacturer and specifications have yet to be released. The only reason we know that the phone is arriving soon is because the carrier has reactivated its DroidLanding Twitter account, which it only does in the weeks leading up to a new device launch. While it may be enticing to believe this might be related to the already confirmed HTC One or the fabled Moto X, I'm inclined to believe that this is something entirely different that hasn't been seen before. Whatever the phone may be, expect Verizon to shed more light on the phone soon. Listen out for the DROOOIIIIDDD sound effect. UPDATE: Actually, it's just a game
Nokia all but starved the U.S. market of its high-end Windows Phone 8 launch device. After months of frustration, a true Windows Phone 8 contender developed by Nokia has emerged for Verizon customers - the similar but new Lumia 928.
The National Security Agency is monitoring the phone records and location data for all Verizon Wireless customers placing calls to or from the United States, according to a new report published in The Guardian.
Verizon Wireless today has finally confirmed that it will offer the HTC One. Though Verizon was absent from the list of supported carriers when AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile all promised to deliver the HTC One on its launch date, Verizon held back on its announcement and chose to continue offering the similar but not quite the same DROID DNA. The carrier has confirmed via Twitter that it will deliver the HTC One on its 4G LTE network at a yet to be announced date this summer. Details on pricing are not yet available.
Verizon Cloud, the online storage and data restoring service Verizon introduced last month for Android devices, has launched to support Apple iOS devices like the iPhone and iPad. it also added support for two key Android smartphones.
Verizon Wireless today announced that it will be the exclusive distributor of a new carrier named Viva Movil that specifically targets, markets to, and serves the growing Latino population in the United States.
The Samsung Galaxy Note II on Verizon Wireless is being updated to Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean today, introducing a long list of new features and bug fixes for one of the biggest phones - literally and figuratively - released last year.
Dropbox, Skydrive, SugarSync, and Google Drive are just a few of the many cloud storage services, but Verizon today announced Verizon Cloud as another storage and synchronization service for mobile devices. What's different about this service?
Verizon Communications wants to buyout Vodafone so it can assume full ownership of Verizon Wireless, but the rumored $100 billion the company is seeking to make it happen may not be enough to become sole owner of the carrier.
The Pantech Perception, a 4G LTE-capable Android device with a 4.8-inch display, is heading to Verizon Wireless later this week for the low price of only $99.