According to Verizon, we should see the first LTE-only phones arrive to Verizon’s network in 2016.
Laptop Magazine battery life tests show that devices running on T-Mobile’s network consistently last longer than the same devices on competing networks, sometimes by a big margin.
Along with the standard Android 4.4.2 KitKat features, Verizon’s LG G Pad 8.3 LTE will get LG’s Knock Code and other performance improvements as a part of an OTA update that is rolling out now.
Verizon updates don’t come as often as we would hope, making today a celebratory day for Samsung Galaxy S5 users. Come and find out what today’s update has in store for you!
A report from the U.S. Senate claims that mobile carriers have made hundreds of millions in profits through cramming tactics.
The LG G Vista is not meant to be the phone of your dreams, but carries a fair price tag and some features that will seem glorious to many
FindMe911.org Several weeks ago, the Find Me 911 Coalition found data given to the FCC which shows that 9 out of 10 wireless 911 calls made in Washington, D.C. in the first half of 2013 were done so without the proper location information needed for first responders. According to the data, which was obtained through a Freedom of Information Act request by the Find Me 911 Coalition, a public interest group, only 10.3 percent of the wireless calls made to the D.C. Office of Unified Communications from December 2012 to July 2013 included the latitude-longitude needed to find a caller. Of…
According to droid-life, Verizon will begin throttling 4G LTE customers on unlimited data plans starting on October 1, 2014. Before this change, Verizon only throttled 3G connections of those with unlimited data plans. Verizon likes to dress up this as “Network Optimization” which according to them means that a customer will only be throttled if: Top 5% of data users (you use 4.7GB of data per month or more) Enrolled on an unlimited data plan or feature Have fulfilled their minimum contract term Are attempting to use data on a cell site that is experiencing high demand As droid-life…
According to Verizon, Big Red is testing a new bloatware installation process that will allow all pre-installed apps to be uninstalled completely. Sound too good to be true?
Talking Points Memo recently received a bill from Verizon for $3,019.95. Considering TPM doesn’t use Verizon for any service (and hasn’t since 2012), they were a bit shocked to be receiving anything from Verizon. So, just call up Verizon and set things straight? “So after a little internal due diligence, someone on staff contacted Verizon basically to ask WTF was going on. Only they couldn’t tell us because for security reasons we need to confirm our identity with a number on a recent phone bill? But we can’t do that because … right we’re not a Verizon customer.” - TPM TPM wasn’t…