The FCC Is Investigating Cell Carriers' Wireless Coverage Maps
Smaller companies say big carrier wireless claims of uninterrupted, nationwide coverage are a “sham.”
FCC Says AT&T’s Zero-Rating May Violate Net Neutrality, But Punts on Action
It’s too late for the FCC to crack down on AT&T and Verizon’s ‘zero-rating’ plans.
Verizon Says It Has Enough Scabs to Offset 40,000-Worker Walkout, No Problem
Verizon workers launched a massive strike over the telecom giant's "greed."
Verizon Settles With FCC for $1.35 Million Over Use of Supercookies
The company will now have to alert customers before sharing the data collected from “supercookie” trackers.
How to Torture a Smartphone
Motherboard recently visited Verizon’s device testing lab in suburban New Jersey to better understand the stresses smartphones undergo before reaching consumers.
Why Verizon Wireless’ ‘FreeBee Data’ Is Anything But
Sponsored data has a new home at America’s largest wireless carrier.
Verizon Will Charge You $20 More for Your Grandfathered Unlimited Data Plan
The company says less than one percent of its customers will be affected by the change.
Verizon Is Using the Cuban Government's Cell Phone Network
Verizon is going to Cuba, but the move will only benefit American travelers in the short term.
The Death of Cellphone Contracts Has Created an iPhone Price War
First Apple undercut the carriers, then the carriers responded in kind.
Sprint’s Newest Strategy to Poach AT&T's Customers: Literally Just Free Service
Can freebies save the 4th place network provider?
Verizon Just Killed Smartphone Contracts