The carrier's decision not to introduce the Xperia Z4v is a big blow to Sony, which has struggled to break into the US market with its smartphones.
The service, free to everyone regardless of their carrier, has taken a couple of sharp turns on its road to release. The exec in charge shares the story behind Go90 and hints at long-term plans.
Confused about Verizon's shake-up of the way you pay for wireless service? CNET has you covered with all of the answers.
Technically Incorrect: To go along with its new logo, Verizon releases an ad that suggests the company is simply incapable of being shoddy. What's the matter with that?
Invitations go out to 5 million Verizon Wireless subscribers, but the company plans to eventually open the service to everyone.
Verizon is privately inviting "millennial" viewers to try its new, free, mobile video service, Go90 -- but we'll let anyone watch our preview of the service that mixes Hulu with YouTube with a bit of live sports.
Verizon customers get some video exclusively from the purely mobile mix of YouTube-like clips and on-the-go TV, but people who use any rival carrier will be able to watch at no cost too.
Looking every bit the part of a Moto X Play, the unannounced handset could find a home exclusively at Verizon.
Well, now there's no incentive to give up your unlimited data plan.
After a short invite-only period, Verizon's experiment with a cross-carrier, mobile-only video service will be available in app stores this week.