The Droid 4 and Droid Razr Maxx are expected to hit shelves early this year, but here's a taste from CES 2012.
Less than 24 hours after news of the fee began blazing around the Internet, Verizon said it would not charge customers making a one-time bill payment online or by phone.
A US appellate court has ruled that telecom companies have the right to legal immunity for helping the government eavesdrop on private communications. But in a separate opinion, the court also ruled that customers can sue the government for tracking e-mail and phone calls.
A new fee, to take effect Jan. 15, applies to customers making one-time payments using a debit card or credit card online or by phone. Verizon cites extra costs for such transactions, but consumers are fuming.
AT&T will give T-Mobile parent $3 billion in cash and another $1 billion in spectrum. But the collapse of the deal leaves T-Mobile in a tougher spot than AT&T.
Samsung Galaxy Nexus, the first smartphone to run Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, arrives in the US this week.
Verizon and other telecom companies have traditionally found themselves at odds with services such as Netflix, which encourage people to "cut the cord." But now, Verizon may be getting into the streaming game.
Verizon Wireless says it's waiting to offer better security and user experience. But Verizon's move could thwart Google's bid to turn the new Galaxy Nexus smartphone into the credit card of the future.