verizon wireless

Smartphones To Replace Credit/Debit Cards?

AT&T, Verizon Wireless and T-Mobile are said to be working out a deal to replace MasterCard and Visa cards with their respective smartphones. According to Bloomberg’s sources, the three U.S. mobile carriers are working in conjunction with Discover Financial Services (4th largest payment network) and Barclays PLC (bank) to test the …

Motorola Droid X Review: New King of Verizon’s Android Lineup

The countless comparisons between feature-rich Android handsets and Apple’s iPhone won’t likely taper off any time in the near future. But believe it or not, aside from being slabs of electronics that make phone calls, access the internet, and feature app stores, there’s really not a whole lot that a phone like the Droid X and the …

The Ting Tings Interview

Over the last couple of weekends Microsoft has thrown secret concerts in San Francisco and New York City to promote the recently launched KIN devices. On Saturday I had the opportunity to sit down with one of the three bands playing secret shows throughout NYC (a boat load of pictures are available here). I’d never really listened to

Verizon Working With Google On Android Tablet

Put your credit card back in your wallet, purse and/or murse. There is no timeline or manufacturer attached to the Android tablet that Verizon is working on with Google. There’s really nothing surprising about this quasi announcement.

Yes, we get that everyone is scrambling to get a tablet out into the market to compete with the …

AT&T Extends iPhone Exclusivity, Verizon Shut Out, Says Analyst

Sorry to dash your hopes, Verizon customers, but you probably won’t be getting the iPhone this year. Why? Well, according to Brian Marshall, an analyst at BroadPoint AmTech, AT&T finagled a new deal (only for six extra months) with Apple by cutting data plans for in half to lock in the iPad. But Marshall doesn’t necessarily have the …

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