Verizon 3G Launch Imminent
Jan 24, 2002, 2:11 PM by (staff)
Verizon plans to launch commercial service on its next-generation phone network as early as next week, according to sources close to the company. The 3G service, which enables customers to wirelessly surf the Net at faster speeds, among other services, will initially be offered in the northeast region, sources said. New phones and wireless modems that will work on the 3G network are being stocked in stores now, sources said.
'Crowd Surf' Feature from Snapchat Seamlessly Merges Public Snaps
Aug 15, 2017
Snapchat hopes its latest feature, found within Snapchat Stories, will make live events far more interactive. Crowd Surf uses the audio captured at events such as concerts to create a seamless experience, allowing people to jump from viewpoint to viewpoint of all those sharing the experience in Snapchat.
Amtrak Routes In the Northeast Added to Apple Maps
Oct 20, 2015
Apple has expanded mass transit directions in Apple Maps thanks to the addition of Amtrak routes along the Northeast Corridor. iPhone and iPad owners can now plan routes that include Acela Express, Northeast Regional, Pennsylvanian, Maple Leaf, and other lines to points between Boston and Washington, D.C.
Qualcomm Says Apple Won't Use Its Modems In Next iPhone
Jul 25, 2018
Qualcomm today revealed that its legal trouble with Apple will have a larger impact on its business later this year. Apple may not use Qualcomm's chips in future iPhones, representing a huge loss for Qualcomm.
AT&T Wants Congress to Pass Net Neutrality Laws
Jan 24, 2018
AT&T today claimed in full-page newspaper advertisements published around the country that it wants Congress to take charge of net neutrality. The company suggests an "internet bill of rights" is in order.
AT&T's Highest-Paying Customers Gain Mexico/Canada Roaming
May 16, 2016
AT&T today said some of its customers will soon be able to roam in Mexico and Canada at no extra charge. Customers who subscribe to AT&T's 15 GB Mobile Share plan can text, talk, and surf in Mexico as if they were at home in the U.S.