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Verizon, AT&T, Others Make Big Bucks Sharing Customer Data

Several members of Congress want to know how consumer privacy is protected when law enforcement buys customer usage records from carriers.

AT&T vs. Verizon: Shared Data Plans

Shared data plans are officially here: should you switch, and which carrier should you use?


AT&T, Verizon Shared Data Plans Spark Debate: Silver Lining?

If you're thinking about switching to a shared data plan, here are a few things to consider those plans.

Voice Over LTE Explained: Better Voice Quality Coming Soon to Your 4G Phone

What exactly is VoLTE (Voice over LTE)? In ten quick questions, we explain it, telling you how it works, when it may arrive, and why you might want it.


AT&T Introduces Shared Data Plans, Following Verizon's Lead

Mobile Share will be available in late August, and current customers will not be required to adopt the new plans.


Verizon to Sell BlackBerry Curve 9310 for $50 After Rebate

Smartphone will go on sale Thursday, with a two-year service plan.

Can Over-the-Top Voice Services Free You From Mobile Minutes Charges?

U.S. wireless carriers fear that Web voice services such as T-Mobile Bobsled will take a bite out of their profits. That could very well happen--and consumers could benefit.

Verizon Delays Samsung Galaxy S III Launch Until Thursday

Verizon has delayed its in-store launch of the Galaxy S III two days.


TechHive: The Future of Connected Cameras

At the 6Sight Future of Imaging conference, industry execs and analysts discussed the future of wireless sharing in cameras, from 4G connectivity to user-interface challenges.

Verizon Playing Dangerous Game in Net Neutrality Battle

Verizon cites its First Amendment right to free speech as grounds against the FCC net neutrality rules, but it may like the alternative to net neutrality even less.