The LG V20 on Verizon is being updated with the July security patch, carrying the build number VS99515A. Verizon does not specify any other changes in this update, but we do know that the July security patch is full of vulnerability fixes. Show More Summary
If you've been hoping to see the HP Elite x3 come to Verizon, you may be in luck. The HP Elite x3, which initially launched with support for only GSM carriers in 2016, may be on its way to Verizon....
So for years Verizon Wireless refused to compete on price, insisting that the company's network was just so incredible, it didn't have to. Then came increased competition from T-Mobile, which forced the company to not only start competing...Show More Summary
When it isn’t out to slay net neutrality or throttle internet speeds for Netflix and YouTube, it appears that Verizon wants to educate people about the internet. The telecommunications conglomerate has quietly rolled out a pleasantly-designed...Show More Summary
Verizon Communications Inc. has admitted to throttling video streaming speeds after its customers complained that after running speed tests on Netflix there seemed to be a cap at 10Mbp. At a time when net neutrality rules – the ideaShow More Summary
FROM RACER.COM Pastor Will Marotti and his Marotti Racing effort will make a return to Schmidt Peterson Motorsports for three more Verizon IndyCar Series races. Marotti and his sponsor Zyppah are set to rejoin SPM’s No. 7 entry for Pocono, Watkins Glen and Sonoma. “We are honored to team up once again with our friends [...]
We have seen on occasion that Microsoft’s OEMs are more enthusiastic about their Windows phone products that Microsoft themselves, and while for Microsoft Windows Phone is now immaterial, it seems Windows OEM HP is still seeing a future for products based on the OS. Show More Summary
Pour one out for net neutrality. Oh, and your Netflix binge sessions while you're at it. As the FCC prepares to gut the regulations that require internet providers treat all online content equally, Verizon Wireless apparently decided to just get on with the damn thing and appeared to begin throttling the speed of some users' video downloads. Show More Summary
After some users noticed slower data speeds when streaming Netflix and YouTube, Verizon is coming clean, admitting to capping speeds during a "test."
In absence of actually having a good network, Sprint is relying on some top-notch PR to bother Verizon. Sprint already stole away Verizon's signature spokesperson -- Mr "Can You Hear Me Now?" -- and it's now hitting on Verizon's pricing...Show More Summary
Shortly after tech companies, digital rights organizations, and individuals banded together in support of net neutrality, the wireless network provider has reportedly capped data transfer speeds from Netflix and YouTube.
Verizon Wireless has been throttling video feeds from Netflix over the course of this week, with the carrier claiming it is part of a temporary trial of system to optimize traffic from video streaming services without impacting quality, though customer reports seem to suggest it is a bandwidth cap on Netflix content.
Things are getting ugly in the battle of the wireless carriers. In its latest shot at competitor Verizon, Sprint decided to open up a unique pop-up shop in Queens called "Twice the Price," which essentially trolls Verizon's prices by...Show More Summary
A week after millions of Americans contacted the FCC to preserve net neutrality, Verizon Wireless customers have reported lower speeds than expected when using Netflix. Some users in a Reddit thread noted their connections were capped at 10Mbps, as well as those who checked using Netflix's speed-testing tool Fast.com. Show More Summary
Over the past few days, many Verizon Wireless customers have noticed that their network speeds have been throttled when trying to view content from either Netflix or YouTube. The users who have experienced the issue have run their own diagnostics and network download speed tests from a variety of sources, and each discovered [...]
The advertising war between the cell phone carriers is hitting the pavement, and once again, Sprint is taking on Verizon.
The mystery of whether or not Verizon was intentionally capping video streaming speeds on Netflix and YouTube didn't last very long, as the company just provided a statement to The Verge and Ars Technica on Friday admitting as much.Show More Summary
Verizon Wireless is throttling the speeds of Netflix and YouTube, according to customer complaints voiced on Reddit. Verizon's customers claim they are seeing Netflix and YouTube streams capped at 10Mbps, and some suggest the capped speeds are leading to degraded video quality. Show More Summary
A story that took place earlier this week just blew right open, with Verizon admitting that it has been tampering with video streaming performance of select applications, with the majority of worry being voiced by users of Netflix. As...Show More Summary