AT&T and Verizon apologize to investors for low earnings, blame competitors

AT&T and Verizon blame competitors for low earnings. The two largest carriers responded to T-Mobile and Sprint's aggressive price cuts and promotions to keep subscribers.

Verizon starts the slow process to becoming an LTE-only network

A network researcher has discovered Verizon is in the process of testing out using its 3G bandwidth for LTE purposes, as it starts the long, slow process to becoming an LTE-only network.

Motorola plans Droid-branded version of the Nexus 6 for 2015

Motorola has plans to release its own Droid-branded version of the Nexus 6 in 2015. The Droid phablet will have the same 5.9-inch Quad HD screen, but it'll get a faster processor and bigger battery.

No, Sprint isn’t really cutting your phone bill in half

Sprint's latest promotion claims to cut AT&T and Verizon users' bills in half. However, there are a few major catches to the deal. The average customer may save as little as 20 percent, Sprint admits.

Verizon gives up on SugarString, the odd tech news site that never was

Likely an experiment that's not going to be repeated any time soon, Verizon's attempt at creating a heavily sponsored tech news site called SugarString has been erased from Internet existence.
Home Theater

Verizon turns the other cheek, offers 1-year of Netflix free with $60 Internet/TV package

Verizon is upping its game in the competitive TV market by offering a new FIOS TV package that includes local TV, HBO, Showtime, and a year of Netflix access for $60.

Are you a Verizon FiOS customer in Maryland? Big Red owes you some money

Verizon has agreed to a settlement worth $1.38 million in Maryland. The investigation stemmed from thousands of customer complaints about Verizon's advertising when it first launched FiOS.

It just got more expensive to leave your contract before Verizon wants you to

Verizon updated its policy to make leaving your contract a lot more expensive. Reductions will not kick in until your 8th month under contract, unlike before, when reductions kicked in the month after your contract started.

Verizon to give away free stuff on a holiday it just made up: Connection Day

Verizon announced Connection Day, which will take place the day before Thanksgiving. Connection Day is full of giveaways that are not just for Verizon customers, but for anyone interested in free stuff.

Verizon’s new wireless router comes smart home-ready with built-in Z-Wave compatibility

In addition to regular Wi-Fi, Verizon's new router also supports the Z-Wave protocol, meaning it can function as a network hub for any Z-Wave compatible device. The router also offers a lot of other perks.

The Galaxy Note Edge and its cool curved screen is out on November 14 (Updated)

Samsung's unusual, and very exciting, Galaxy Note Edge has been confirmed for release in America on November 14. Best of all, the phone will be sold through all major networks, and in Samsung's own stores.

Does Verizon owe you cash? It’s about to fork over $64 million to over-billed consumers

Verizon quietly agreed to a settlement for $64.2 million. The settlement stems from a lawsuit that alleged Big Red over-charged its Family SharePlan subscribers between 2002 and 2006. The settlement has yet to be approved.