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New York Attorney General Investigating Possible Broadband Speed Overcharges

Verizon, Cablevision and Time Warner are all involved in the probe.

Reuters

· 3 min read

Stacey Higginbotham

· 5 min read

Verizon to Start Testing 5G in 2016

The company is going to start experimenting with the upgraded tech in California and Massachusetts

Ben Berkowitz

· 1 min read

Verizon Strips Down Its Logo in Lukewarm Reboot

Simple. Check. Scalable. Check. Already hated on by T-Mobile CEO John Legere. Six checks.

Kim Lachance Shandrow

· 3 min read

No Strike for Now as Verizon, Unions Continue to Negotiate

Current contracts have expired, but Verizon employees are still at work.

Reuters

· 2 min read

What Will AOL's Tim Armstrong Bring to Verizon?

Experts weigh in on what the AOL's CEO will do for the U.S. wireless carrier.

Nina Zipkin

· 4 min read

10 Tech Startups Valued Higher Than AOL's $4.4 Billion

A roundup of hot tech firms already valued at more than what AOL, a veritable Internet antique, is selling for.

Kim Lachance Shandrow

· 5 min read

Verizon to Buy AOL in $4.4 Billion Deal

The acquisition gives the biggest U.S. wireless carrier access to AOL's mobile video platform and content including the Huffington Post news website.

Reuters

· 3 min read

T-Mobile's Latest Attack on Verizon Is a Masterful Marketing Maneuver

T-Mobile has co-opted an existing Verizon ad campaign and is offering Verizon customers a free two-week trial in hopes of luring them away from the provider.

Geoff Weiss

· 2 min read

Verizon to Offer Custom Pay TV Bundles

By allowing more flexibility, Verizon hopes to lure customers away from cable rivals and upstart Web TV companies.

Reuters

· 2 min read

Google Partners With Wireless Carriers to Push Wallet Service

The idea is to pre-install Google's electronic payment service on phones, as the companies seek to counter Apple Inc's recent entry into the nascent market for mobile payments.

Reuters

· 1 min read

Move Over AT&T and Verizon: This Cable Giant Is Getting Into the Phone Service Game

The idea is to give people an alternative to pricier data plans from the big cellular companies.

Reuters

· 2 min read