Verizon confirmed on Wednesday that it would be cutting off customers on unlimited data plans who burn through more than 200GB a month. These folks will be forced to switch to limited plans or be disconnected.
Internet service provider Verizon is acquiring Yahoo's core businesses for $5 billion. We have all the details on the merger, Verizon's plan to combine Yahoo with AOL, and alterations to the management structure.
In sternly worded letters to AT&T and Verizon, the FCC said the carriers' policies of zero-rating -- the practice of exempting certain services from data caps -- violated the commission's net neutrality rules. AT&T and Verizon have replied.
According to a recent report, T-Mobile may start displaying the Google Pixel in its store. It won't be selling the phones, however. Instead, the carrier will direct interested customers to the online Google Store.
AT&T is in hot pursuit of Verizon, and to that end has announced that it has begun testing 5G technology in Texas. Before you get too excited, however, keep in mind that it will likely be a while before we get 5G in the real world.
Huawei is trying to make a splash in the U.S. with high-end flagship smartphones, but the Chinese company isn't receiving a warm welcome thanks to U.S. carriers. That's not good for a company looking to expand its borders.
One of the biggest complaints about Google's new Pixel smartphones, which have received all-around praise, is that they're priced too high. Verizon's throwing that notion out the window with its Black Friday deal ,by bringing the cost of…