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Verizon Wireless: Not a telegraph or telephone company

VZW launches mobile email on Get It Now

OZ and Verizon Wireless have launched mobile email services for users of the carrier's Get It Now service that will cost an additional $5 a month. The subscription provides users with access to

Verizon Wireless launches new LG Chocolate

Verizon Wireless and LG launched a new version of last year's Chocolate handset that adds a "new navigation wheel with

Approved: Amp'd will pay VZW to stay online

Earlier this week a Delaware bankruptcy judge approved Amp'd's already announced plan to pay Verizon Wireless $2.5 million to stay on its network. The figure will only pay down a portion of the

Macquarie buys Global Towers for $1.4B

Australia's Macquarie Communication Infrastructure Group agreed to acquire U.S.-based Global Tower Partners from Blackstone Group in a deal worth $1.43 billion. Macquarie Communications will take a

Verizon announces Rev. A upgrade complete

On the day when all the news was focused on the debut of Apple's iPhone, Verizon Wireless issued a release of its own, announcing that its entire 1xEV-DO network has been upgraded to Rev. A …

Verizon's Harrobin: Integration harder than expected

Qualcomm's largest BREW platform customer, Verizon Wireless, took the stage on the last day of Qualcomm's BREW conference in San Diego on Friday to provide an update on Verizon's

VZW sponsored report slams USF as "wasted"

According to a recent report penned by Criterion Economics and funded by Verizon Wireless, billions of dollars in Universal Service Fund subsidies have been "simply wasted" because they were

Navigating LBS

Mobile location-based services (LBS) are starting to gain traction with consumers and operators. BREW offers its Locate Solution to operators that want to offer location-based applications to the

Flash Lite's role in the BREW ecosystem

At last year's BREW 2006 conference, Qualcomm and Adobe Systems announced they were developing a beta program to bring Adobe's multimedia Flash player technology to BREW handsets. By late October,