Okay, we get it Nokia, your Lumia cameras are pretty darned great for low-light shooting.
Nokia and Verizon are teasing the Nokia 928, which is likely weeks away.
Mobile phone theft is a massive and growing problem, accounting for more than 40 percent of all thefts in San Francisco in 2012. But is that a good thing for mobile carriers like AT&T and Verizon?
More New York City commuters can now get cell phone service underground -- for better or for worse.
Verizon wants to own all of subsidiary Verizon Wireless' stock. And it's willing to spend $100 billion in cash and stock to make it happen.
Verizon won't be without a Lumia for long, according to the latest rumor.
Verizon customer Mike Beauchamp made the case for "an affordable way for consumers to purchase their devices" on online petitions site, Change.org. Since launching on April 5, his petition has already received 90,000 signatures and over 800 comments.
Hey, look at that, Verizon continues to be a wireless powerhouse.
Despite pages growing from 56% to 75% bigger, the web is getting faster. Especially on mobile -- and especially in the U.S.
Cell service providers Verizon and Sprint say their cell networks are still up and running in Boston.
The battle for wireless spectrum in the U.S. is getting more complicated by the day.
PlayPhone makes it easy to find friends and play games with them on Verizon's new portal.
Verizon plans to gauge the level of interest for each channel based on how many unique viewers watch a channel for longer than five minutes each month via their set-top boxes.
Redbox Instant, the streaming-movie joint venture between Redbox owner Coinstar and Verizon, is now opening up service to the general public.
Who better than Netflix to know how fast your ISP is?
Verizon no longer wants its wireless destiny tied to the European carrier Vodafone.
Sorry, PlayStation 3 owners, your console doesn't get first dibs on Redbox Instant.
Going to the Super Bowl this year? You should consider leaving that Wi-Fi camera at home. The NFL is checking any devices that could interfere with its first commercial Wi-Fi network catering to anyone in the Superdome on Sunday.
Verizon's new prepaid plans sound pretty cheap, but there other, more affordable options out there.
Starting today, Verizon Wireless retail stores will start selling Square hardware — the nifty credit card-reading dongle for smartphones and tablets.
The craziest part: The iOS and Android dongles are selling for $9.97, which includes a $10 Square credit.