According to a report out of Reuters this morning, US lawmakers are urging AT&T to further cut commercial ties with China-based smartphone manufacturer Huawei. The report comes on the heels of one of the biggest stories of CES 2018 — namely, that AT&T cancelled plans to sell the company’s Mate 10 flagship at the last minute amid political pressure.
Verizon Stories January 16
Verizon Stories January 9
Huawei has been attempting to break into the US for a while now, and Verizon has been its primary target. Now that its deal with AT&T has been scrapped, it seems that Verizon is under similar pressure to cut ties with the Chinese OEM.
Everyone can use an Echo Dot: Just $50!
Verizon Stories December 22, 2017
Android Oreo is now rolling out to the Moto Z2 Force on Verizon
Motorola has been pretty good in the past when it comes to Android updates, and now, the company is working on bringing Oreo to its massive lineup. Today, that includes the Moto Z2 Force, at least on Verizon Wireless.
Verizon Stories December 13, 2017
Huawei has been trying to penetrate the US market for a while now and despite its attempts with last year’s Mate 9, the company hasn’t really had a hit Stateside yet. That hasn’t stopped it from trying, though, as Huawei is apparently in the process of bringing its Mate 10 Pro to the US on two carriers.
Verizon Stories October 27, 2017
It was no secret going into Google’s October 4 event that the company planned to announce its second generation smartphones without headphones jacks. To not alienate owners who still preferred wired headphones, Google chose to include a USB-C to 3.5mm port dongle in the box.
According to one man who just bought his Pixel 2 from Verizon, it looks like Google had considered including wired headphones in the box…
Verizon Stories October 26, 2017
After throttling video on unlimited plans, Verizon offers paid access to 4K streaming
After throttling video streaming to as little as 480p on its so-called unlimited plan back in August, Verizon is now offering access to 4K streaming – but at a price. Access costs $10 per month per user.