Verizon Communications Inc.’s wireless subscriber rolls surged last quarter, but it was thanks to smartwatches and other wearables — not the phones and tablets that were once its mainstay. Read more at Bloomberg.
NFL ratings are still huge. Next month, you’ll be able to watch NFL games on your smartphone, regardless of your carrier. Read more at CNN.
Is a new mobile price war about to get underway? If so, Verizon has just fired the first salvo. Read more at USA Today.
Last month, some Verizon users noticed that the company was capping video streams at the speed of 10 Mbps. Faced with reports by consumers, Verizon acknowledged that it was “testing” a new traffic management system. This week, Verizon officially adopted… Read More ›
Wearables may soon not rely on a smartphone, as more than one network-connected smartwatch hit the market. One such smartwatch launching next month was developed by a major network to function as an independent device. Verizon’s new Wear24 smartwatch can… Read More ›
Comcast, AT&T, and Verizon published blog posts this responding to the backlash they’ve been receiving since Congress voted to revoke a strong set of internet privacy rules that would have prevented internet providers from using or sharing their customers’ web… Read More ›
“The Federal Trade Commission announced it reached a settlement with Turn, a digital ad targeting company and Verizon partner, after the Commission charged it continued to track consumers online and via mobile applications despite attempts by consumers to block or… Read More ›
“The nation’s largest wireless carrier is getting creative with its latest advertising scheme. Verizon is targeting its subscriber home screens as its next advertising frontier, offering to install apps for advertisers at a cost of $1 to $2 for each… Read More ›