Verizon quietly introduced the Samsung Galaxy Tab E earlier today. Unfortunately, looking at the specifications and its $330 price tag, we're inclined to believe there's a good reason why Big Red didn't make a big deal about the tablet.
On Thursday, telecommunications giant Verizon announced it would be offering call, text, and data access to its customers living in or visiting the island nation, making it the first major American carrier to do so.
New Jersey resident Lauraine Hollyer was shocked to discover she had been charged an extra $1,500 over a span of five years for a landline she thought she cancelled at the turn of the millennium. Thankfully, this story has a happy ending.
In a move that highlights the shift away from phone contracts, Verizon revealed it will do away with them entirely. Customers will now either pay full price up-front for their phones or pay through monthly installments.
HBO Now may get a boost in a new multi-platform agreement between HBO and Verizon. Broadband and wireless users will be able to subscribe to the standalone HBO service directly through Verizon, with possible bundling into Verizon's coming…
If you've been holding out for a true Sony Xperia flagship smartphone for 2015, you're about to be rewarded. The Xperia Z4V is here, and it's a water-resistant, octa-core, quad HD monster device coming to Verizon this summer.
If you think your Internet is absurdly slow, like 1990s dial-up slow, you may be painfully correct if you live in one of four major cities that suffer from some of the worst Internet connections in the country.