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The third-largest US mobile carrier might bid for its smaller rival next year, The Wall Street Journal says
The airline says its Fly-Fi service will be able to carry VoIP and complaints will be handled case by case.
Netgear says Asus is illegally juicing its routers, and it looks like the accusations will get their day in court.
While the FCC is moving forward with a plan to let airlines allow the use of mobile phones on flights, the Transportation Secretary wonders if in-flight voice calls are "fair to consumers."
Customers are cautious and economies are uncertain, the company told analysts
Foreign airlines might easily extend service on flights into the country if the FCC allows it.
The phone records provided to the government are not really anonymous, the groups said in a petition to the FCC
Retention could be permitted under stricter rules
Keith Alexander asks U.S. tech companies to offer better alternatives than the NSA's phone records collection program.
New chipsets will result in cheaper LTE tablets and smartphones next year.
The goal is to attract customers that find the standard product either too pricey or too limited.
The carrier's data roaming plans will include LTE service, but only in Canada for now.
The company is using Bluetooth to build location-based marketing systems.
Verizon will be able to offer more enterprise services to improve video streaming performance and protect websites against attacks
One out of ten laptops shipped this year support touch input, says NPD DisplaySearch