Verizon also highlighted the key benefits it sees from moving from the non-standalone version of 5G to the standalone version, and launching a dedicated standalone 5G core to do so. The company said it would be able to dynamically allocate network... Read More
College students have a busy schedule. They need access to the internet 24/7. Without the internet, they cannot do their day to day academic tasks. As a result, they have to resort to a public Wi-Fi network when available. However, the only problem... Read More
Spike Lee will participate in a live conversation about his 1989 film, Do the Right Thing, on Thursday at 8 p.m. ET. The discussion will stream on American Film Institute (AFI) Movie Club’s YouTube channel.
American Film Institute... Read More
There’s 5G. Then there’s Verizon 5G—Giving students access to our ultra-high bandwidth and ultra-fast speeds and cutting-edge technology to help more kids prepare for tomorrow.
That’s 5GBuiltRight with the power to change more... Read More
Whether you’re connecting with friends and family or working from home, many of us are relying on video calling tools right now. And while they’re a good way to keep in touch for the time being, they also present new challenges, like unwanted... Read More
Verizon is reportedly working on a new tool aimed at addressing customer support issues remotely instead of sending technicians inside a subscriber’s home. The goal is to help troubleshoot problems by sending photos and live video to a technician... Read More
Verizon announced it’s adding 15GB of free high-speed data for its consumer and small business customers, part of its response to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic and its effects. The company also said it’s removing data caps for consumer and... Read More
Verizon’s 5G millimeter wave network will face perhaps its biggest coverage test yet when it launches in “parts of” New York City on September 26th. Today the carrier announced that 5G service will reach areas of uptown, midtown, and downtown... Read More
Following on the heels of T-Mobile’s similar announcement, Verizon is set to roll out robocall and spam call protection to all of its customers starting in March. It will be available to all users who have “smartphones supporting these... Read More
Don’t pick up that phone.
Americans have been plagued with an increasing number of robocalls — and the government can’t do anything about it.
Both the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and Federal Communications Commission (FCC) are closed... Read More
On Monday, Jan 21st – Yahoo Sports is planning to debut an evening studio show called The Bounce. It’s a mobile-friendly (DIGITAL-ONLY) basketball program co-produced by the NBA and Turner Sports. The Bounce will air for three hours... Read More
Verizon, which, as we’ve noted, seems to be going the “we’re a technology company” route, is going to be rolling out 5G slightly ahead of the rest of the pack.
Houston, Indianapolis, Los Angeles and Sacramento are the lucky cities chosen for... Read More
Despite the shutdown of Go90, Verizon’s attempt to create mobile-first programming for young audiences, brands and marketers have more options for long-form online video than ever.
The three-year-old Go90 never quite figured out how to grab a big... Read More
The industry can stop waiting for Verizon to announce its own subscription over-the-top (OTT) video play. Speaking to Yahoo Finance, Verizon CEO Lowell McAdam said his company will focus on partnering with an existing OTT provider rather than building... Read More
So, how much data did the month of February see wasted used on Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile or Sprint by cellular and plan type? Well, the latest AppOptix report by research firm Strategy Analytics brings us the answer to that pressing question.... Read More