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John P. Mello Jr.
Location Data Selling Threatens Consumer Privacy
12/11/18 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1025 Words

For example, Verizon and AT&T announced during the summer that they would stop selling their customers' location data to data brokers.

Deceptive Omissions
Most mobile apps request permission to use a device's location services before accessing them, but the Times...

Rob Enderle
Who's Winning the Latest Tech Industry Battles?
12/10/18 11:02 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 2462 Words

I found that at an event, when the WiFi got saturated, I generally could connect to the Verizon network and get adequate bandwidth (that solution did vary in effectiveness, because a ton of people apparently were on that network as well). For most,...

John P. Mello Jr.
Black Friday Deal Sprawl Grows
11/13/18 10:29 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 1036 Words

Target also is offering a $300 gift card with the purchase of a Galaxy Note 9 -- with activation by Verizon or AT&T -- as well as with the Galaxy S9 and S9+ -- with activation by Verizon, Sprint or AT&T.

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Jeff Kagan
Can Sprint Get Out of Its Own Way?
11/07/18 10:02 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 931 Words

Over the last decade, wireless customers for the most part have chosen between AT&T Mobility, Verizon Wireless and, to a lesser extent, T-Mobile. Verizon is the most expensive. AT&T is the most innovative. T-Mobile is the least expensive.

Sprint Slumps to...

Peter Suciu
Despite Emmys, Road Ahead Is Bumpy for Streaming Services
09/18/18 10:35 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 1891 Words

Closing the Net Neutrality
Verizon Communications, AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint all were found to have throttled the speeds of mobile video content. The companies have not tried to hide this fact, however. The carriers have maintained that they the slowdowns...

Jeff Kagan
Verizon: A Changing Company in a Changing Industry
07/26/12 5:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 1408 Words

... watching Verizon and Verizon Wireless over the last few decades I have developed a respect and admiration for the company. Some of you, however, have noticed how Verizon is starting to act, well, differently lately. Is something starting to change? I am...

Jeff Kagan
Verizon Customers Get No Respect
07/15/16 10:10 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 599 Words

... do customers seem to overreact when Verizon announces changes? Verizon's latest price hike has been causing angst in the marketplace -- at least on social sites like Twitter. Why does Verizon keep shooting itself in the foot? The short answer is poor...

Richard Adhikari
Verizon Supercookie to Let Advertisers Gorge on Customer Data
10/08/15 1:23 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 675 Words

... Verizon has announced it will begin sharing customer data with its AOL Advertising Network, triggering concerns about privacy and customer tracking. AOL will use Verizon's supercookie -- which is difficult to get rid of -- to track users. [* Correction - Oct.

Jeff Kagan
What Does AT&T Have That Verizon Doesn't?
12/12/13 5:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 934 Words

... I have been reading several very interesting stories in the media about both Verizon and AT&T. It looks like things are starting to change. AT&T quality and reliability reportedly are getting better. At the same time, Verizon seems to be losing its...

Jeff Kagan
Is Verizon's Uncomfortable Silence Savvy PR?
06/14/13 5:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 650 Words

... Verizon is on the hot seat. It is at the center of the story about releasing customer information to the U.S. National Security Agency. As it turns out, there is more than one story here. There is the Verizon story and the...

Rob Spiegel
Hey Verizon Marketers, Is That an iPhone in Your Pocket?
01/14/11 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 651 Words

... week, Verizon announced that starting Feb. 10, it will begin support and sales of its own version of the iPhone 4 on the Verizon network. Customers can pre-order the phone beginning on February 3. Previously, the iPhone was exclusive to AT&T .

Paul Hartsock
Verizon Trots Out Its LTE Litter
01/07/11 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 815 Words

... Verizon aims to populate its nascent 4G LTE wireless network with nearly a dozen new devices over the next six months, the company revealed Thursday at its press event at the Consumer Electronics show. It showed off four smartphones, two tablets, two...

Richard Adhikari
AT&T Sees Red Over Verizon's Map Slap
11/04/09 12:30 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 1070 Words

AT&T Wireless has filed suit against Verizon over the latter's latest ad campaign. That campaign, which claims Verizon has five times more U.S. 3G wireless network coverage than AT&T, shows two maps of the United States side by side, one with each company's...

Jeff Kagan
Verizon's Reawakening
01/05/18 7:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 808 Words

... Verizon is finally snapping out of the doldrums it has been stuck in for the last several years. It seems to be on a comeback trail, thanks to its new advertising campaign. Having followed the company for decades, I've noticed how all...

Peter Suciu
Yahoo Deal Could Put Verizon in Google and Facebook's League
07/25/16 11:56 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 943 Words

... Verizon Communications on Monday announced that it had entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Yahoo's operating business for approximately US$4.83 billion in cash. The deal, which comes on the heels of Verizon's $4.4 billion AOL purchase last year, will allow it...

Jeff Kagan
Verizon's Mission of Self-Destruction
06/27/16 12:29 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 777 Words

... and investors increasingly are wondering why Verizon and Verizon Wireless are hurting themselves with their actions. Following are three examples that illustrate how these companies are causing themselves long-term damage. The Verizon Strike Verizon decided to battle its own striking workers on...

Richard Adhikari
Verizon Pursues OTT Dream With $4.4B AOL Buy
05/12/15 4:35 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 645 Words

... Verizon will make a tender offer of US$4.4 billion for AOL, the companies announced Tuesday. AOL will become a wholly owned subsidiary of Verizon upon completion of the merger agreement this summer. The deal drives Verizon's LTE wireless video and over-the-top video...

Quinten Plummer
T-Mobile Offers Free 2-Week Vacation From Verizon
05/05/15 3:12 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 637 Words

... on Tuesday launched "Never Settle for Verizon," an aggressive response to Verizon's "Never Settle" ad campaign that gives Verizon customers an opportunity to test T-Mobile's network for themselves. T-Mobile promises to pick up any fees incurred by customers who participate in...

Jeff Kagan
Verizon's New Ad Campaign Is a Load of Half-Truths
11/01/12 5:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 1047 Words

... is Verizon Wireless telling half-truths in its latest advertising campaign? It does make the company look better than its competitors, but here's the problem: When customers realize what they're led to believe is only a half-truth, they will be very upset with...

Rob Spiegel
Verizon's Healthy iPhone Sales Don't Bruise AT&T
04/21/11 12:15 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 726 Words

... Verizon posted its first-quarter earnings on Thursday, revealing the company sold 2.2 million iPhone 4 models, Verizon's most successful launch. It activated its first iPhones on February 10, a month into the first quarter. The iPhone was previously exclusive to Verizon rival...

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