Verizon Communications has officially announced that it will acquire Yahoo for $4.83 billion. It will integrate the company with AOL, which will help Verizon towards its internet business.
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Verizon is getting ready to announce its purchase of struggling company Yahoo by Monday, according to sources close to the matter. It will take over the company's core business for $5 billion.
HP released new documentation for the Elite x3 today, showing the LTE bands that are available for the device. Missing is band 13, which would require Verizon to accept the device on its network.
Quite a few Samsung devices have picked up the Marshmallow update in recent weeks - and now there's another addition to the list. Android 6.0.1 is now heading to the Galaxy Tab E 8.0 on Verizon.
Verizon will again be following in the footsteps of the 'Un-carrier' by offering its own iteration of 'Data Stash'. An alleged promo leak suggests data rollover and other changes.
In preparation for its release of Windows 10 Mobile for the Lumia Icon, Verizon has set up a 'simulator' of the OS on its support site, to help users with the transition from Windows Phone 8.1.
After upgrading Samsung's Galaxy S6, S6 edge, S5 and Note 4 to Marshmallow in recent weeks, Verizon has now commenced its over-the-air rollout of Android 6.0.1 for the Galaxy Note Edge.
Microsoft announced today that it's beginning to roll out Windows 10 Mobile to carrier-locked Windows phones, such as Verizon's Microsoft Lumia 735. The update is available now.
Almost eight months after Google released Marshmallow, Verizon has finally begun to roll out Android 6.0.1 for Samsung's Galaxy Note 4, including support for Wi-Fi Calling and Android for Work.
After rolling out to the Galaxy S5 on Sprint and T-Mobile in recent weeks, the Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow update has now started making its way to Samsung's 2014 flagship on Verizon.
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A few weeks after releasing Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow for the Galaxy S6 and S6 edge, Verizon is rolling out a software update for both devices, promising "bug fixes, enhancements and other changes."
Motorola has announced that it has begun the 'full deployment' of its Marshmallow update for the Droid Turbo 2 on Verizon - almost two months after the rollout originally started for that device.
Verizon will reportedly bid for Yahoo's core business next week, valuing it below $8bn. Google is also said to be considering a bid, but Microsoft is unlikely to offer more than a 'token investment'.
Verizon has become the latest carrier to roll out Android Marshmallow to both the Samsung Galaxy S6 and the Galaxy S6 edge. The update brings quite a few new features to the device.
After shots of criticism were fired at T-Mobile's Binge On' program and how it degrades Netflix video quality to save bandwidth, it now turns out that it wasn't just T-Mobile after all.
Samsung unveiled its supersized entertainment-focused tablet back in October, and now - four and a half months later - it's finally launched on Verizon priced at $599.99, running Android 5.1.1.
LG has announced that its new G5 flagship will go on sale in the US in early April, and for a limited time, those who buy the device will get a free extra battery and charging cradle with it.
HTC has revealed that its Android 6.0 Marshmallow update has received technical approval for deployment to the One M8 on Verizon and T-Mobile, and its rollout will begin on Monday, March 7.
Shortly after AT&T launched the Priv in November, Verizon said the device would be "coming soon" to its network. Now, four months later, the carrier has finally launched BlackBerry's Android flagship.
Verizon's latest update for the Galaxy Note 4 isn't Android 6.0 Marshmallow, but it does promise to bring performance optimizations, bug fixes and the latest security patches to the device.
T-Mobile US users see faster average data speeds, according to OpenSignal, with Verizon just behind them. The Uncarrier has made many moves in recent years to improve its network quality.
AOL's chief marketing officer has acknowledged that the company is considering changes to its identity, saying: "Are we going to keep the AOL brand or are we going to bring a new brand to market?"
Verizon has updated its Samsung Galaxy Note 4, not to the very newest Android release, but to 5.1.1 Lollipop - a version of the OS that first made its way to devices over eight months ago.
Verizon has announced that it will be paying up to $650 for users who wish to end their contracts with other cellular service providers, in addition to bonus data on select plans.
T-Mobile is continuing its Un-carrier Unwrapped campaign in the US with a new offer, this time to entice Verizon customers to make the switch, which includes a $100 Hulu gift code.
Verizon is finally getting on board with Wi-Fi calling and the feature will begin rolling out to users tomorrow. Unfortunately, only the Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 edge will be getting it this year.
A new survey conducted by Consumer Reports suggests that T-Mobile is the most popular carrier in the US. Since last year, it appears that Sprint made the most improvements despite being ranked 4th.
It was only a matter of time, but someone built a working smartphone in Minecraft. Verizon took it upon themselves to build a smartphone that can MMS, browse the web and also perform video calls.
After T-Mobile's complaint that Microsoft had not discussed partnership for the new Lumia flagships, Verizon provides further explanation regarding certification of these devices on its network.
BlackBerry's Priv - which features a 5.4-inch dual-curved Quad HD display, hexa-core Snapdragon 808 CPU and slide-out keyboard - went on sale on AT&T last week, and will soon be available on Verizon.
The US launch of HTC's new One A9 has been undermined by delayed shipments - of several weeks in some cases - and frustration over its failure to clarify different release dates for certain models.
Prolific leaker @evleaks has posted a supposed press render of the as-yet unreleased Motorola Droid Turbo 2 and the Droid Maxx 2 smartphones. The phones are expected to be launched in the next week.
After LG launched the Lancet with Windows Phone 8.1 in May, a near-identical variant of the device is now on sale on Verizon: the Lancet for Android, which - like its sibling - is priced at $120.
The vulnerability in question targets LTE wireless networks and takes advantage of the way some US carriers have implemented the technology on their respective networks.
After speculation that AT&T will be the only supported US carrier for the Lumia flagships, reports are now coming in that Verizon may, at least partly, be at fault by blocking network access.
A new update is being pushed to first generation Moto X users, allowing them to upgrade to Android Lollipop 5.1. The update brings a range of new features, and improvements over Kit Kat.
Along with a few partnering companies, Verizon is working on the next generation of radio technology that will bring about the 5G standard to the U.S., with field testing slated for 2016.
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It's not official yet - the announcement is rumored to be happening on Thursday - but Verizon reportedly showed its new logo to its staff earlier today, and it's already begun appearing in the wild.
Android 5.1 will begin rolling out to the HTC One M9 on Verizon later today, and in addition to new roaming support for LTE Bands 3 and 7, it also brings a fix for the Stagefright vulnerability.
Sony's latest flagship smartphone, the Xperia Z4v, will be launching in the United States exclusively on Verizon on August 13th and the microsite for the device has now gone live.
Microsoft said in September that its then-new Lumia 735 would be available in the US 'soon'. Nine months later, the 735 has finally launched on Verizon, with more storage and a free Office 365 sub.
Not all handsets will be upgraded to Windows Phone 8.1 Update 2, but one handset that is getting that update - right now, in fact - is the HTC One M8 for Windows on Verizon Wireless.
After a long wait, and numerous leaks, Verizon has finally decided to launch the low-end LG Lancet Windows Phone. The device is only $120 off-contract and comes with Windows Phone 8.1.
At this point, it is widely expected that Verizon will announce its Microsoft Lumia 735 in the near future and now the official render the company will use has shown up online.
Verizon has announced that it is buying AOL for $4.4bn - including not just its video and advertising platforms, but also well-known web publications such as The Huffington Post and Engadget.
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A few weeks after Neowin exclusively revealed the first image of LG's new Windows Phone for Verizon, full details of the device have now emerged - but as we suspected, it's no high-end flagship.
Two weeks after Neowin exclusively published an image of a new LG Windows Phone, further evidence has emerged of the new handset on the company's own website, with the model number 'VW820'.