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* FCC reduces HD requirements for DISH and DirecTV. * NBCU to sell off two O&O television stations. * VERIZON reveals open access network plans. * VEOH sees weak performance for studio content. * RENTRAK signs new VOD rating deal with TURNER. * PLUS: Blu-ray gets cracked, Flash gets DRM-ed and more! Read more at *******www.ShellyPalmer****
20 Mar 2008
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The unboxing of my ne Air Card threw Verizon Wireless,
21 Mar 2008
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* VERIZON and AT&T dominate 700 MHz spectrum auction. * SONY adds Internet downloads and BD-Live to PS3. * ONLINE ADS under attack from proposed bill in NY. * DIRECTV launches new satellite to add HD channels. * QUADRANT ONE doubles newspapers in online network. Read more at *******www.ShellyPalmer****
21 Mar 2008
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* YAHOO close to AOL merger. MS and News Corp plotting. * VERIZON sues TWC over anti-FiOS ads. * BLOCKBUSTER planning set-top box. * MYSPACE TV signs TV/DVD deal. * IAC launches new niche sites. * LAST.FM sees huge jump in music sales. * BBC bring iPlayer to the Wii. Read more at *******www.ShellyPalmer****
10 Apr 2008
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accessing hidden menus on cell phones through all Verizon wireless cell phones
7 Jul 2008
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***********/verizon-wireless-broadband.html for the full details. Verizon Wireless Broadband is one of the best services out there right now. Only con is a restrictive contract
28 Jul 2008
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Make and send your own ringtones to your verizon phone. Tell a friend.
30 Jul 2008
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We're giving away phones! One a week until we run out - at least all Summer long! Free to enter at: and Hands-On with the new LG Decoy. Verizon and LG took a slider phone and snapped a Bluetooth earpiece into the back of it. Is it handy or just a gimmick? Take a look.
1 Aug 2008
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More on Glyde and in depth with the new Samsung Glyde for Verizon - Part 1 of 2.
31 Jul 2008
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More more on Alias the Samsung Alias for Verizon. It's basically the u740 VCAST QWERTY phone with a few minor changes. Check it out!
8 Nov 2008
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Friday, August 01, 2008 Home Appliances Will Communicate on Verizon Network Verizon Wireless wants machine-to-machine devices to run on the company's open wireless network, according to VP of Open Development Anthony Lewis. Automated homes, where "appliances can talk to each other" on the wireless network and let repairmen know when they need fixing, are "around the corner," he says. In March, Verizon launched its open development initiative to let devices made by other companies run on its network--a marked change from its former restrictive policies. But CNET News****'s Maggie Reardon criticized the initiative as not truly open, since Verizon has to certify a device before it can get online. Verizon certified the first third-party device this month, but isn't the handset with cheap international calling that industry watchers had hoped for, The AP reported. It's a modem that measures storage containers with a sensor and reports to a control center when they are running low. Lewis says devices can be certified in a "very quick, very low cost manner," and that Verizon wants customers to have access to more devices and the freedom to download different types of applications. Right now, though, the company seems focused on using the open network to connect machines rather than people. I interviewed Lewis at the AlwaysOn conference at Stanford last week, where he was a speaker. --Kelsey Blodget, Associate Producer *******
9 Feb 2009
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Video: How to choose a Sprint or Verizon mobile broadband card. We show you some of the reasons to choose a PCMCIA, USB or ExpressCard.
15 Aug 2008
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