Posts tagged “Verizon”
In today's update of technology news from around the web: the market for drones to qrow by 25 percent for the next five years; Apple, Samsung grab most smartphone profits; and Verizon rated tops in network coverage and performance in NC.
A new survey of wireless network performance as provided by AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile and Sprint offers an interesting insight into speed, availability, and more.
Verizon's Q2 2016 earnings decreased year over year for the first time in half a decade. TBR analyst Steve Vachon says the firm is doubling down on advertising and media to offset the decline.
A new report finds that consumers are becoming more comfortable building their own bundles of video services. That's bad news for traditional cable companies.
Wasting no time in capitalizing on new FCC rules designed to free up spectrum for high-speed wireless, the Obama administration is pledging $400 million to drive 5G research. An industry consortium is lining up private sector partners for the effort.
Often at odds with the FCC over such debates as "net neutrality," communications giants AT&T and Verizon as well as two industry groups had only words of praise with the fed regulatory agency after it voted to open up spectrum for the next generation of wireless communications: 5G.
A federal appeals court has upheld the government's "net neutrality" rules that require internet providers to treat all web traffic equally. AT&T says it will appeal. Activists in favor of the rules celebrate.
Analysis: A review of Verizon's most recently quarterly earnings report shows the communication giant's continuing transformation into a digital media and Internet of Things heavyweight, writes Steve Vachon of Technology Business Research.
In today's Bulldog wrapup of technology news: Surveys show techies are driving demand for new Tesla; thousands of Verizon workers go on strike; Facebook beefs up Messenger chat; and HTC unveils a new phone.
In today's Bulldog wrapup of technology news: Facebook is rearranging the notification panel on its mobile apps in an effort to broaden the audience creating, watching and reacting to live video; Verizon makes a video play; jetpacks for real?; and WhatsApp makes encryption changes.
Many users of the Internet, especially those who rely on the net for video, have watched the "net neutrality" debate intensely, and a lot of individuals as well as businesses have called on the FCC to implement access rules. A big voice in the battle for "neutrality" was Netflix. Now it turns out big carriers such as Verizon and AT&T were not at fault for throttling down net speeds. Netflix was - by its own admission. For that, the company deserves a lot of catcalls, and a think tank gives Netflix its first "Tech Hypo(crite) Award."
The stunning confession that Netflix has been throttling wireless video over AT&T and Verizon networks triggered an avalanche of incredulous news headlines - and a heated reaction from AT&T. After all, the carriers have been blamed for throttling in the past. Go figure.
Tech giants back Apple; Verizon No. 1 in southeast; bank accounts vulnerable; Google joins Zika fight
In today's Bulldog wrapup of technology and life science news: Several tech giants file a legal brief supporting Apple in its fight with the FBI; Verizon tops southeast in wireless study; bank accounts at risk from cybercriminals; and Google joins the Zika fight.
A new report from RootMetrics finds Verizon is the No. 1 wireless provider across North Carolina based on qualities and speeds of services. The new report puts Verizon ahead of AT&T for the first time in three six-month studies.
Uber defends safety; Verizon's $1.8B fiber buy; United Tech-Honeywell merger?; banning lithium battery shipments; Yahoo's review
In today's Bulldog wrapup of technology news: Uber defends its safety record after Kalamazoo shootings; Verizon is making a big fiber network buy; will United Technologies and Honeywell merge?; no lithium battery shipments by air; Yahoo's board moves ahead on analysis of company's options.
Fortune's latest "Most Admired Companies" report includes Quintiles for the second straight year. IBM and AT&T crack the overall top 50, and Lenovo comes in at No. 3 among technology firms. Meanwhile, three "As" finished 1-2-3.