As it sounds today, the plan will be friendly to multi-device users and family users alike.
While Sprint is just starting to launch LTE devices, Verizon is expanding its already existing LTE network, and it looks like 27 lucky markets are going to get a taste
We first caught wind of the Droid Fighter back in February, in a leaked Verizon inventory shot. Obviously we’re past the rumored April 12th launch date, but there’s still some credibility
The watch for the next phone around the corner continues onward for your ever stalwart journalists! Some fellow Android and tech aficionado sites have unearthed some images, as well as
Those on the Big Red Network may want to cash in your upgrades soon if you can. On April 22nd, Verizon is upping its upgrade fee to $30 to help
Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile are working together to create a national registry of stolen smartphones.
Could we be in for another wallet-friendly 4G LTE from Pantech and Verizon?
Hark, yon owners of the HTC Rezound and Motoroloa Droid Razr and Droid Razr Maxx! Our comrades over at Android Police have gotten their mitts on a picture of leaked
If the countless delays of the original Droid Bionic weren’t enough to keep Motorola and Big Red away from a sequel, they’re even more determined than we thought. The Droid
Recently, a Motorola device was leaked under the name Droid Fighter, which we expect will be hitting Verizon sooner or later. Now another Motorola device has been leaked out somewhere in
When it was announced, Google Wallet was a sensation. The convenience of paying with a smartphone represented a huge leap in the way we see and use technology. Sadly, the
A new Motorola handset found its way onto the internet yesterday and reports peg this unannounced smartphone as the Droid Fighter. Expected to hit Verizon in mid-April, the device looks
Verizon today announced that their 4G LTE network is poised to reach more than 200 markets across the United States. On March 15th, Dothan, Alabama will be but one of
Verizon appears to have closed the door on their 3G smartphones plans and instead only wants to focus on next-generation connectivity. A story in the Wall Street Journal today advises