Want to exchange your replacement Galaxy Note 7 unit for any other phone from Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile or Sprint? Here are the details on how you can do that.
It is now official; Verizon has reached an agreement with Yahoo in its bid to acquire the company that was once a global giant on the Internet.
It only seems like five minutes ago that we were waxing lyrical about the download speeds offered by 4G/LTE and waiting eagerly for networks around the world to introduce it. Verizon, one of the world's largest mobile carriers, clearly isn't one to rest on its laurels, as demonstrated by the fact that the company has already put its 5G technology through its paces with some astonishing results.
Verizon has officially announced that it will be acquiring AOL for $4.4 billion in a cash deal. Where Verizon has been trying to work out a deal for a merger with AOL for some time now, it looks like the option for a full-on purchase was always on the cards.
The launch of the Samsung Galaxy S4 is set to proceed from the end of this month, although specific details on when the handset would land on each carrier have remained largely undisclosed. Today, however, a leaked document originating from US retailer Staples appears to have revealed the exact release dates for the handset on three of the big four carriers, and although the dates are described as "tentative," they at least offer a ballpark timeframe for consumers to begin preparing to make the purchase.
In 2013, most users think of Siri as an Apple-developed feature that is now embedded on every new iOS device. However, Siri was once an independent company that was an inch away from becoming an exclusive feature on Verzion smartphones running Android, until Apple finally bought the company in 2010.
Over the last couple of weeks various reports have begun circulating that some Android, Nokia and BlackBerry smartphones feature a piece of software which logs certain key software events, as well as keeping track of some hardware functions, too. The world is up in arms about the whole thing, as it tends to be when anything even remotely related to privacy rears its ugly head.
iOS 4.2.10 has just been released by Apple for CDMA based iPhone 4 running on the Verizon network. According to the official change log, this minor update fixes a security vulnerability with certificate validation in iOS.
The success of the iPhone speaks for itself, spending just a mere five months on Verizon Wireless, it has already stolen the top most position among other handsets on the same network, according to a report from BTIG Research with AT&T sales telling a very similar story.
If you use FaceTime often, you're probably familiar with how frustrating it is to have to get on a Wi-Fi network in order to use the service. According to reports, that's not the case with iOS 5 beta, which also allows FaceTime over 3G.