Verizon Wireless Will Support Android
Verizon Wireless CEO Lowell McAdam recently said that the company will support and use Google's Android mobile platform. McAdam noted that using Android falls in line with Verizon's announcement last week that it will permit any app, any device to access its network. He did not say that Verizon will become part of Google's Open Handset Alliance.
Verizon Talks Up Android Pay, Says Still Looking at Samsung Pay
Verizon Wireless today took the time to tout the benefits of Android Pay, the new mobile payment app and service from Google. Android Pay is a relaunch of Softcard, which Google bought from Verizon (and AT&T/T-Mobile) earlier this year.
Verizon's Wear24 Android Wear Watch Now Available
Verizon Wireless today said its Wear24 Android Wear 2.0 smartwatch is available online and in stores. Verizon announced the device earlier this year.
Verizon-Branded Wear24 Smartwatch Streets May 11
Verizon Wireless today said its Wear24 Android Wear 2.0 smartwatch will go on sale May 11. Verizon announced the device earlier this year, but did not have availability details at the time.
Verizon Wireless CEO Dan Mead to Retire
Dan Mead, who has served as the CEO of Verizon Wireless since 2010, plans to retire according to filings the company made with the Securities and Exchange Commission. Mead will remain on the board of directors and serve as executive vice president and president of strategic initiatives.
Seems like a desperate move to me
Pretty soon "the Network" will no longer be a selling...
What do you think? Discuss.
Nice move making everyone argue about VZW. Its funny how everyone on here has to oppress opinions other than their own.
VZW never stays still thats all this is, we have to keep moving to keep our lead. Best today, Better tomorrow.
With VZW's new any handset/any application initiate, it would be IMPOSSIBLE for them to cripple anything since THE CONSUMER will be the one getting the open handsets and...
A question about Google.
It makes me wonder what the CDMA vs. GSM phones will look like from the Android developers. The fact that Verizon will support it is great news, because it should give developers a more incentive to make great phones for those on the CDMA networks.
If you believe all the Verizon-hating posts out there, it seems like there are plenty of malcontents out there ready to jump on the Android bandwagon.
You gotta wonder what they'll complain about after that. I guess we won't have to wonder too long.