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Third time’s a charm? Color tries to corner social video again by partnering with Verizon

The famously over-funded Color won't go quietly into the night: After a so-so relaunch, the social video app will partner with Verizon to upgrade video quietly and natively integrate with some Android handsets.
Android Army

Verizon roadmap leaked: Galaxy S III, more Razrs, iPhone 5, and a giant phone from HTC

A few of Verizon's upcoming phones have leaked including the Galaxy S III and other top devices. We've got the list.
Android Army

Want a Galaxy Nexus? Android’s flagship phone is now $100 cheaper on Verizon

In response to the Sprint launch, Verizon has dropped the price of the Galaxy Nexus from $300 to $200.
Mobile

Verizon says it will push Windows Phone as heavily as Droid

Verizon says that it plans to give Windows Phone a real push later this year, with new devices and a presumed advertising campaign.
Mobile

Verizon’s 4G LTE service available to two-thirds of U.S. population with expansion

As more consumers are upgrading to 4G-capable smartphones, Verizon is continuing to quickly expand 4G LTE service into new markets across the country.
Buying Guides

Best Verizon Phones

We've wrangled together the five best Verizon phones to make sure your next two-year contract isn't wasted on a dud device.
Mobile

Verizon continues greed streak: Adds $30 charge for subscribers updating cell phones

Verizon will soon begin charging all of its wireless subscribers a $30 fee for upgrading their phone every two years. Why? Because everyone's doing it.
Web

Verizon forcing landlines on “new” DSL subscribers starting May 2012

In an arguably archaic move that may push existing DSL subscribers to other services like cable, Verizon plans to bundle landlines with high speed Internet service in the near future.
Android Army

Verizon’s LG Lucid out today, offers 4G LTE connectivity for $79.99

Verizon has announced the availability of a new mid-range device named the LG Lucid, a 4G LTE Android phone with a 4-inch screen and a 1.2Ghz dual-core processor.
Apple

Are iPhone subsidies destroying carriers?

Carriers may balk at the cost they shoulder to carry the iPhone, but the math behind eliminating subsidies just doesn't add up.
Home Theater

Microsoft and TiVo walk away from their patent fight

Microsoft and TiVo have quietly walked away from their potentially high-stakes battle over video delivery and the "time-warp" patent...and neither side gets a thing.
Apple

iPad 4G LTE showdown: AT&T vs Verizon

We compare the 4G LTE data plans available for the new iPad on both AT&T and Verizon.