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Verizon, Dell Offer Pay-As-You-Go Broadband

According to ABIResearch.com, Verizon, Dell plan to offer Pay-As-You-Go Broadband with Verizon's EV-DO technology embedded into select Dell laptops. Teaming up with Dell is a very smart way for Verizon to shore up their marketshare in the high-speed long-distance wireless...

TiVo Mobile - what's the point?

TiVo added another remote programming option called TiVo Mobile - a partnership between TiVo and Verizon Wireless that allows subscribers to remotely schedule DVR recordings from their mobile phones. What's the point?Seriously. TiVo already lets you schedule recordings from your...

AT&T/BellSouth: Will Cingular Get Any Better?

Much hubbub yesterday and of course this morning about the AT&T deal to buy BellSouth.And while these deals are great for the deal brokers and company executives, they have mixed results when it comes to making the winning company any...

More on Apple's iPod Phone

With Verizon recently announcing its own music store -- V CAST -- that will enable that service's users to download high-quality digital music on its cell phones, it's little wonder that Apple seems to be advancing in its own march...

Cell Calls from Planes On Their Way

Remember when airplanes had telephones in seat backs rather than LCD TVs? Expensive to use ($6 a minute seems to ring a bell), they were used sparingly (very sparingly) by most travelers. The ones still in existence are operated by...

Verizon Inflight Wireless Broadband

According to PRNewswire, "Verizon Airfone has made significant progress toward providing wireless broadband services for U.S. air travel. The announcement follows the FCC's establishment of rules for auctioning spectrum in the 800 MHz band dedicated to commercial air-to-ground telecommunication services....

LG VX9800 available to Verizon customers

The LG VX9800 is now available exclusively to Verizon Wireless customers. The VX9800 uses EVDO wireless technology and is packed with features for viewing Verizon's V CAST videos, listening to music, Instant Messaging, e-mail, text messaging and text-to-speech capabilities. The...

Verizon encrypts your email

Verizon announced today that it selected the Echoworx e-mail encryption solution and has launched the email encryption service. According to their release, "This new service is a complement to Verizon Online's Internet access, e-mail and security product portfolios. According to...

Xingtone: Ring Tones Were Meant To Be Free

Why should you pay $2.99 for a 20-second clip of music that isn’t your first choice or from a song you already own as the ring tone for your cell phone?  Xingtone’s Ringtone Maker 4.1 enables cell phone users to...

ITStarcom CDM-180 and Verizon

UTStarcom Personal Communications announced today the availability of the CDM-180 mobile cellular phone through Verizon Wireless. It's reasonably price at $69.99 (with two-year contract) has a unique landscape-formatted 1.8" TFT main display, camera, large keypads, and other features."It's Not Fat...It's...

It's official, Microsoft and Palm are friends

It's official - after years of heated Palm vs. Microoft (PDA and mobile phone) battles, Microsoft and Palm are now friends. Here's the official news on the new Treo 700, which will use the Microsoft Windows Mobile operating system and...

Verizon Supportsoft Deal

Supportsoft is going to announce a major deal with Verizon aftermarket today in conjunction with the company’s second quarter 2005 earnings. Verizon has nearly 4 million high-speed data subscribers, and they have selected SupportSoft’s SmartAccess software to assist in automating...

VoIP Rankings

Interesting VoIP report from Keynote Systems I thought I'd share. It states Vonage ranks first in reliability while AT&T CallVantage ranks #1 for best audio quality. Some other interesting insights as well - check it out...Today Keynote issued the results...

Verizon VoIP over EVDO

In my Vonage over EVDO blog I discussed how someone was able to make a VoIP call using Vonage over a high-speed EVDO connection. I also wondered how happy the cellular companies would be knowing that they are carrying voice...

Verizon's VoiceWing Bonanza

I just got like 15 alerts in my RSS reader about some press releases from Verizon all with almost the same exact title.They read:"Verizon Brings VoiceWing Internet-based Calling to Connecticut""Verizon Brings VoiceWing Internet-based Calling to Missouri""Verizon Brings VoiceWing Internet-based Calling...

Verizon Wireless: A Company After My Own Heart

From WiMAX & Other Wireless Technology : Recently, Tom Keating blogged about the Verizon Wireless Smallville sweepstakes where you can receive Lex Luthor's e-mails directly to your Verizon Wireless phone - and better - enter to win a chance for walk-on...

Verizon & Microsoft

According to Light Reading, Verizon Communications Inc. (NYSE: VZ - message board) has selected Microsoft Corp. (Nasdaq: MSFT - message board) as the software provider that will power its fiber-based television and video service offering, FiOS TV, both companies are...

Verizon CDM8940 Cellphone

Verizon CDM8940 Closed Verizon Wireless and UTStarcom Personal Communications Division (formerly Audiovox Communications Corp.), yesterday announced the availability of the CDM8940, that will work on Verizon's EVDO network. It features a built in 1.3 Megapixel camera (with flash) and...

Verizon Lobbies to Kill WiFi Hotspots

Important news story from MacWorld. A proposed Pennsylvania law (supported by Verizon) is now on its way to the governor's desk that could pose a hurdle for the city of Philadelphia's ambitious plan to provide broadband service throughout the city...

Verizon and Level3 VoIP feature

I just blogged about i2Telecom's "Cellular Bridge" feature that let's you pick up your cell phone, dial the i2Telecom InternetTalker, and the device will recognize your CallerID and give you "2nd dial-tone" to dial another phone number. Well, coincidentally, a...

Verizon VoiceWing Broadband and VoIP Double Play

Skibare shared this news release with me: VoiceWing Plus DSL Equals New Savings for Verizon Customers Basically, Verizon is offering a "double play" package of broadband ($29.95/month) and VoIP unlimited local and long distance ($29.95) for $59.90/month. This is great...

Verizon to battle Vonage for VoIP broadband supremacy

Well, first it was AT&T, now another major carrier is jumping on the broadband VoIP bandwagon. Verizon has announced residential VoIP over broadband to compete with Vonage and AT&T's offerings (amongst others, i.e. Packet8, VoicePulse, etc.). Vonage still reigns as...
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