If recent leaks are any indication, the fifth generation of sliding QWERTY smartphone may soon touch down at Verizon.
Consumers voice concerns over cable merger, Verizon offers a new data plan, and Facebook members can select from more than 50 gender choices.
Available as a public beta client, Opera compresses data in most of your Android apps.
The story inaccurately suggested that a person upgrading a phone or changing a plan would be forced to move to a "Share Everything" plan. Current customers can actually keep their existing plan, although they would lose their unlimited data plan after an upgrade.
The carrier says the new policy is intended to align upgrades with its standard two-year wireless contract.
There won't be any other smartphone manufacturers making Droid phones. Verizon has locked Motorola in an exclusive relationship.
The petition has more than 94,000 signatures at this point, and needs another 56,000 to hit the mark required to bring it to Verizon's doorstep.
With recent expansion, the carrier can check off 346 markets with its faster 4G.
It's called multicast, and it's Verizon's way of beaming high-quality video to many people at once.
Android users will have the choice of a free mobile service this summer, the keyboard-equipped BlackBerry Q10 finally hits U.S. stores, and Audi cars tells drivers where to find a parking space.