The much beloved franchise will live on in some new incarnation, though the U series phones are the company's new flagship product.
ZTE plans to release its own Android Wear watch this year, the head of its US division tells CNET.
Thaddeus Arroyo, head of AT&T Mexico, will replace him after de la Vega retires at the end of the year.
The online retailer responds to heated rumors that it may open hundreds or thousands of new physical locations.
The carrier and its partners agree to a set of standards -- a move that pushes the 5G effort forward and that reinforces Verizon's leadership in the upcoming wireless tech.
The changes are part of a big overhaul, though existing customers can stick with their current plans.
An executive at carrier partner AT&T admits the Priv phone is "really struggling" and suffers a disappointing rate of returns.
CNET takes a ride with Verizon as it tests tomorrow's wireless network. The van may be slow, but the connection sure isn't.
The Kickstarter darling, which boasts a phone with massive cloud storage, is launching its online store with just 3,000 to 6,000 phones.
Longtime executives Ralph de la Vega and John Stankey take on new duties as part of the shift.
Motorola gave wireless its start. But its name will soon disappear from products as a new brand label comes to life called "Moto by Lenovo."
Sorry, BlackBerry 10 software fans. The company, which plans to release just one or two phones this year, will use only Google's Android software.
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