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Brighthand: The Samsung Stealth to join HTC ThunderBolt as cutting-edge mobile devices for Verizon's 4G wireless network.
Engadget: FCC mention confirms upcoming smartphone for Verizon Wireless.
Brighthand: Sprint is last of the top mobile operators in the United States to let subscribers send and receive as much data as they want.
Mobile Burn: The Xperia Play is an Android-run mobile device that has been referred to as the PlayStation phone.
Mobile Burn: Verizon Bold 9650 and Curve 3G smartphones to get BlackBerry OS soon.
BGR: Verizon Wireless offering at least $200 for your iPhone 4 if you trade it in and move to their network.
Geek.com: Carriers may be at each other's throats over Apple's smartphone, but Cupertino's having none of it, showing both its U.S. partner some love in latest commercial for the iPhone.
eWeek: COO John Stratton announces that his company will sell a 4G smartphone from Motorola next year.
Leading wireless carrier reaches record settlement with Federal Communications Commission to resolve errant charges as the agency continues its inquiry into the billing practices of the wireless industry.
Apple continues to broaden availability of the iPad ahead of the holidays, forging a partnership with Verizon Wireless to distribute Wi-Fi versions of the device, and announcing retail availability with both AT&T and Verizon.
With the latest addition to the Android family, Motorola and Verizon Wireless are taking aim at the mobile enterprise market, touting the mobile security features of the new Droid Pro.
Leading wireless provider, feeling the heat from the Federal Communications Commission, commits to refunding millions of consumers for charges for data sessions that they did not initiate.
The new smartphone "pushes the limits of Android innovation," according to Motorola, but we like the mobile computing features -- push e-mail for one -- that will please mobile IT.
Like AT&T, Verizon is looking at shifting from a one-size-fits-all data plan to tiered pricing for both its current 3G services and upcoming 4G service.
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