AT&T first announced plans to raise up its data allotments on select plans earlier today, and it didn’t take Verizon long to offer up a similar promotion.
Amazon and Best Buy have the new Motorola Moto X (2014) on sale right now for as low as $0 with a two-year contract through AT&T or Verizon. $0 leather, $20 bamboo and $1 black resin.
James Franco helps announce that the Motorola Droid Turbo is now available for purchase on Verizon!
Bloatware may be easier to control in Android’s newest OS, Lollipop.
Wait no more for the Verizon branded Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Developer Edition. It is in stock and ready to ship, but you’ll $700 to get your hands on this device.
With a giant battery, fast charging technology, powerful innards, and a high-resolution camera, Verizon’s Droid Turbo looks like a phone that Droid fans should look forward to.
Verizon’s Twitter account @DroidLanding posted a video featuring James Franco that left the Android community scratching their heads.
Good news for clients of America’s largest carrier. Two hot new Android smartphones are coming to Verizon – Xperia Z3v and Galaxy Note 4 Developer Edition.
HTC’s Eye Experience update is now making its way over to Verizon and T-Mobile One M8 handsets, alongside an update to Android 4.4.4.
This weekend only, get the new Moto X (2014) for just $49 with a Verizon contract through the Motorola Moto Maker website. An awesome price for an awesome phone, but is it enough to commit to a two-year contract?