With a market expected to reach $11 billion by 2016, Verizon is desperate to have as many customers as possible tracked by their supercookies.
Seemingly out of nowhere, Samsung has now beat nearly every other OEM to the game by releasing Android 5.0 Lollipop to the Verizon Galaxy S5 in the United States.
AT&T paid the most for a single license by spending $2.8 billion for one license in New York City.
Verizon CFO Fran Shammo is claiming that Title II would really hurt their company and that this all was a “misunderstanding.”
Verizon has increased the value of their prepaid offerings, getting you upwards of 1.5GB of 4G LTE data for a reasonable price, up to 4.5GB for some of the best prices around today.
A special Verizon cookie being is being used by an ad company to track users, and cannot be permanently deleted from your device.
AT&T is essentially admitting that they will use their Title II status to simply dodge charges of throttling customer data.
Verizon will face the same uphill battle that other video offerings battle against: license restrictions.
Sprint’s stores saw traffic increase seven times the industry average.
The FCC is vastly under-staffed and over-worked due to multiple acquisitions being put on its table.