The iPhone has lost the throne as the best-selling smartphone at all North American carriers for the first time since its launch on the continent, according to William Blair analyst Anil Doradla.
Doradla says in a note to investors that his "checks" indicate the iPhone is still the top seller this quarter on AT&T and Sprint, but that the Motorola Droid Razr Maxx is the new king of the hill on Verizon:… Read more
You have more than $100 billion sitting in your coffers. I know you're returning some of that money to shareholders, but you will still have tens of billions of dollars leftover for R&D.
I have a proposal for how you should spend some of that money: please invest it into new and radical battery technology. Let me explain why.
My friends and I decided to visit Disneyland, the happiest place on Earth, last Sunday. We fought Emperor Zerg and chilled with Mickey Mouse, all the while taking hundreds of photos and recording dozens of videos … Read more
Verizon Wireless is closing the door on its unlimited plans later this month, but fortunately, some loopholes remain.
Unfortunately, the options aren't that attractive.
Verizon will officially kill off the unlimited plan for many people looking for a new phone after June 28, when the carrier makes its shared data plans available.
The carrier already stopped offering unlimited data as an option last summer, when it switched to tiered pricing. The equivalent $30 of unlimited data all of a sudden got only 2 gigabytes of data, although Verizon has held the occasional promotion for 3GB of data to spur … Read more
The forthcoming Droid Razr HD is dripping out in leaks all over the place.
The sources who apparently snapped the typically blurry pics also claim that the centered camera will be capable of 13 megapixels and, naturally, HD video. It appears to be without the familiar … Read more
Word on the street is that international travelers using Verizon Wireless might be able to talk on their Samsung Galaxy S III no matter what country they're in.
According to PhoneScoop, Verizon confirmed this rumor. Here's what PhoneScoop says:Verizon Wireless confirmed to Phone Scoop in an email that its variant of the Samsung Galaxy S III will eventually be able to roam onto the 2G/3G networks of overseas network operators. The capability won't be available at launch, but will be enabled down the line through a software update. Verizon didn't say when that update … Read more