Tag Archives: Verizon

Galaxy S III dual-core leak

GALAXY S III The Samsung Galaxy S III smartphone is out in just over two weeks time. The next big Android handset has a quad-core processor over here in the UK, but rumours have.. more
Posted in All Tech News, Android News, Mobile Phone News: Networks, Handsets, Mobile Computing, Smartphone News

Motorola Xoom will launch without Flash

We have previously described the Motorola Xoom tablet as a flashy piece of hardware, but it turns out that the tablet won’t actually be all that flashy upon launch. Because in.. more
Posted in All Tech News, Computer News: Hardware, Tablet PC's, Computing, iPad News, Tablet PC news

Google and Verizon talk open Internet

Last week, there was lots of speculation about whether Google and Verizon were putting their heads together to carve out some sort of deal for premium lanes on the Internet. In.. more
Posted in All Tech News, Internet News: Broadband, Telecoms, Social Networks, ISP's

FCC net neutrality negotiations falter

Talks on net neutrality headed up by the Federal Communications Commission in the States have been halted. Net neutrality is, by a very simple definition anyway, the belief that the Internet should be kept a level playing field for all content. The news comes in.. more
Posted in All Tech News, Internet News: Broadband, Telecoms, Social Networks, ISP's

Motorola and Verizon to launch 10 inch TV tablet

Motorola and Verizon are putting their collective heads together to produce a tablet which they hope will carve out a segment of the burgeoning market that the iPad currently has cornered. Analysts estimate that tablet sales for 2010 will range between 10 and 13 million,.. more
Posted in All Tech News, Android News, Apple News: iPad, iPhone, iPod and Mac OSX, Computer News: Hardware, Tablet PC's, Computing, iPad News, Tablet PC news

Google tablet guns for iPad

The “don’t be evil” guys at Google are apparently setting their sights on Apple’s iPad. Over in the States, Verizon has spilled the beans that it is working with Google to develop an iPad killer. Google were publicly discussing plans for a Chrome powered tablet.. more
Posted in All Tech News, Apple News: iPad, iPhone, iPod and Mac OSX, Computer News: Hardware, Tablet PC's, Computing, iPad News, Tablet PC news

Nortel Unveils Industry's First Commercially Available 100G Optical Solution

Nortel has unveiled the industry’s first commercially available 100G solution and announced that Verizon has deployed the solution in their live customer network in Europe. Nortel’s 100G solution uses unique technology that allows service providers to increase the bandwidth of today’s typical 10G infrastructure by.. more
Posted in Telecoms News

GSM and CDMA compatible USB

Verizon Wireless has announced the creation of a USB device that is compatible with both GSM and CDMA networks that will bring high speed wireless connectivity at 3G speeds and EV-DO Rev. A to notebook computers. The device is called the Novatel USB 1000 Global.. more
Posted in USB News

LTE market to grow despite recession

Over 18 telecoms operators around the world plan to deploy LTE networks, with most operators unperturbed by the global economic turmoil, a report on LTE by ABI Research has revealed. Verizon, for example, is one of several carriers to bring its LTE deployment timetable forward,.. more
Posted in Wireless News

Verizon enhances wholesale VoIP

Verizon Business, part of Verizon Communications, has enhanced its VoIP offering to wholesale customers with the addition of SIP Gateway Outbound Service. The benefits of the service include the ability to initiate the service faster because it uses virtual trunking rather than physical trunking. Other.. more
Posted in VoIP News