Verizon will start locking phones to its network to prevent armed robberies

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Spread the loveTweet Getty Images | Peter Dazeley reader comments 69 Share this story Verizon Wireless will soon begin locking the phones it sells to customers, a move that will…


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Crunch Report | Uber CEO Takes Leave of Absence

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Spread the loveTweet YC-backed Py is a Duolingo style learn-to-code app 23 minutes ago by Natasha Lomas Venque’s Transformer A could be the last backpack you’ll ever need 39 minutes ago by…


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Yahoo shareholders approve sale to Verizon

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Spread the loveTweet Yahoo’s shareholders have approved the sale of Yahoo’s operating business to Verizon in a vote held today and confirmed in a press release sent out following the meeting.…


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Confirmed: Verizon will cut ~15% of AOL-Yahoo staff after merger closes

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Spread the loveTweet The proportion of jobs being made redundant across AOL and Yahoo is around 15 percent globally, we have confirmed with our sources. This shakes out to as…


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Verizon is forced to fix 15,000 “double poles” and other network problems

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Spread the loveTweet Enlarge / Dangling bits of old poles hanging off new poles, from a union complaint against Verizon in October 2015. reader comments 106 Share this story Verizon…


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Verizon reportedly tried to buy #2 cable company Charter, was rejected

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Spread the loveTweet reader comments 11 Share this story Verizon recently tried to buy Charter Communications for “well over $100 billion,” but the US’ second biggest cable company rejected the offer,…


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Verizon outbids AT&T for nationwide “5G” spectrum

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Spread the loveTweet Aurich / Thinkstock reader comments 32 Share this story Verizon has outbid AT&T to buy spectrum-holding company Straight Path Communications for $3.1 billion after “an unusually intense bidding war” between the…


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Sprint sues government over elimination of broadband price caps

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Spread the loveTweet Enlarge / Money. reader comments 55 Share this story Sprint and Windstream sued the Federal Communications Commission this week over a decision that will help AT&T, Verizon, and…


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Verizon reportedly outbids AT&T for key 5G wireless spectrum

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Spread the loveTweet Verizon and Straight Path have not commented yet, however, last month AT&T said it was planning to use the company’s millimeter-wave (mmWave) spectrum to “accelerate the delivery…


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Verizon reportedly wins bidding war for Straight Path with $3.1 billion offer

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Spread the loveTweet Verizon appears to have won its bidding war with AT&T for Straight Path Communications after offering $3.1 billion. AT&T announced last month that it had agreed to…


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