Despite news of three major security fiascos, Verizon has confirmed its intention to proceed with its purchase of Yahoo albeit at $350 million below the company's former asking price.
Following in the footsteps of Verizon, Sprint, and T-Mobile, AT&T has also decided to start offering its users unlimited data for $100 per month - unfortunately, with no tethering.
After nearly six years, Verizon Wireless has made the announcement that they will reintroduce unlimited data plans on Monday. There will be both single line and multi-line options.
Google recently announced Android Wear 2.0 and it looks like Verizon will offer its own exclusive wearable, in the form of the Wear24, which will arrive on Verizon in March for $299.99.
Verizon's planned Yahoo acquisition has been delayed for several months, while the SEC has opened an investigation over whether Yahoo failed to promptly disclose details of two massive data breaches.
Targeting customers who escaped the phone crippling update earlier this month, Verizon is set to start forwarding all non-emergency Galaxy Note7 calls to their customer service department.
Verizon is taking aim at customers using 200GB or more on a monthly basis on their unlimited data plans. The company will give users the option to switch to a new plan by February 16.
If Verizon closes its deal for Yahoo, the company will change its name to Altaba Inc and current CEO Marissa Mayer will resign. The deal has seen considerable road bumps since its inception.
While BlackBerry is done with the building and manufacturing of hardware, it appears they have designed the most recent offering, which will be unveiled at CES and reportedly head to Verizon Wireless.
After Yahoo disclosed details of another massive security breach this week, affecting up to a billion users, Verizon is said to be seriously considering if its $4.83bn acquisition is really worth it.
Last week, Samsung announced that it would be releasing an update that would break all Galaxy Note7 devices, but Verizon said it wouldn't push it. Now, the carrier has apparently changed its mind.
Yahoo has disclosed another severe data breach, which affected over a billion users. According to the company, the breach took place over three years ago, and is separate from September's disclosure.
After Android 7.0 made its way to the G5 in South Korea, followed by Sprint and T-Mobile in the US in recent weeks, Verizon has now begun rolling out the Nougat update to LG's flagship too.
With Microsoft making no effort to encourage eligible users to upgrade to Windows 10 Mobile, 85% of US Windows phone owners remain on older versions of the OS. Check out more data from AdDuplex here.
Verizon doesn't exactly have a great reputation when it comes to updating its devices, but it's wasting little time in delivering Android 7.0 Nougat to the Moto Z Droid and Moto Z Force Droid.
The Elite x2 features integrated 4G LTE connectivity, and comes with a detachable keyboard and Wacom pen. It's also passed MIL-STD-810G testing, so "you don't need to worry about drops or spills".
Images have popped up over in China, claiming to show the upcoming Moto Droid Turbo 3, from Lenovo. The device is expected to be launched in the US before the end of the year.
Over a year after Google released Android 6.0, and six months after BlackBerry said the Marshmallow update was available for the Priv, Verizon has finally begun rolling out the update to the device.
Verizon might be looking to back out of its deal to purchase Yahoo! The company believes the recent revelations of Yahoo leaking user data on 500 million e-mail accounts will have a lasting impact.
It emerged last week that Verizon would be handling OS updates for Google's new flagship phones. But both Google and the carrier have now assured buyers that those updates will roll out without delay.
Verizon is said to be seeking a $1bn discount on the $4.8bn it previously agreed to pay for Yahoo - but Yahoo is sticking to its guns and refusing to budge, saying a deal is a deal.
In what may prove to be the death knell for Samsung's Note7, all major US carriers are now allowing their customers to replace their replacement Note7 in favour of another smartphone.
If you're in the market to buy a Pixel phone, you might want to steer clear of devices sold by Verizon. The carrier will preinstall its own apps and have control over the phones' software updates.
An ex-employee of Verizon Wireless has pleaded guilty to charges of federal hacking for selling customer calling data and other personally identifiable information to a private investigator.
Verizon - which agreed to buy Yahoo's core business for $4.83bn - is 'evaluating' its interests, after Yahoo failed to mention its massive 2014 data breach, affecting 500m users, until this week.
Yahoo has announced that a wide range of data relating to over half a billion of its users was stolen in a security breach in 2014, blaming the intrusion on an unnamed "state-sponsored actor".
Comcast - winner of the 'Worst Company in America' award, twice - has confirmed that it will launch its own wireless service next year, using a combination of Wi-Fi hotspots and Verizon 4G LTE.
Verizon and Sprint have resumed sales of the Galaxy Note7 - but Verizon's reference to the recall contains a notable inaccuracy, and Sprint's listing makes no mention of the handset's safety at all.
A year after Marshmallow's release, Verizon is rolling out the update to the Galaxy Tab S. That's not bad, considering the device is over two years old - but it's unlikely to get a taste of Nougat.
Netflix has gone to the FCC in a bid to get ISPs to stop using restrictive data caps. The company says that streaming video is data intensive and caps restrict customers' viewing time on Netflix.
Samsung unveiled the Galaxy Note7 earlier this month, and said it would be released in the US on August 19 - but many who pre-ordered the device on Verizon and T-Mobile will get theirs much sooner.
The LG Lancet is sold out on Verizon - and that means that the only Windows phone now available on the carrier is Microsoft's Lumia 735, which originally launched almost two years ago.
The HTC Desire 530 is now being offered on Verizon Wireless for $144. The device is already available from T-Mobile for $159.99, as well as an unlocked model from HTC.com for $179.
The pre-orders for the Galaxy Note7 have been made available for those in the United States. AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint and Verizon are offering either a free 256GB microSD card or Gear Fit 2.
From Verizahoo and HERE WeGo, to the Lumia 2020, BlackBerry's droid clone, Jolla's fishy friend, all things Air, and Nintendo's new play thing, it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
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.
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.
A new, major study has come out and the internet is buzzing with panic-inducing headlines saying our phones will kill us all. But what does the study actually say and should we be worried?
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.