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VZ Verizon 21:03 GMT 49.15 -0.50 -1.01% 7870393 90.93 0.546 140.6B

Latest Verizon news

  • Top IT security threats in 2013 counted

    Verizon's latest annual report on data breach investigations shows that Web application attacks, cyber-espionage and point-of-sale intrusions were among the top IT security threats in 2013.
  • Verizon buys Intel's TV business

    Verizon has announced it is buying the fashion bag maker Intel's failed television project.
  • Intel wants half a billion for broken TV

    Chipzilla has confirmed that it is trying to sell its broken streaming TV project to its partner Verizon for half a billion dollars.
  • Vodafone in tax scandal

    Vodafone claims it had accumulated the tax losses over many years. The decision to include them now was "triggered" by its £84 billion sale of its 45 percent stake in America's Verizon Wireless.
  • Intel giving up on TV business

    Now it looks like Intel is in talks to hand over Intel Media to its partner Verizon.
  • Google spends the most on lobbying

    Google outpaced Verizon which spent $3.04 million, Verizon Wireless, $1.2 million and AT&T, $4.3 million.
  • It's official - Apple messed up iPhone 5 refresh

    Verizon has confirmed that the launch of the iPhone 5C and 5S was a total mess.
  • Verizon sued over Vodafone buyout

    Verizon Communications has been sued by a shareholder seeking to void its $130 billion buyout of Vodafone Group stake in the companies' wireless joint venture.
  • Court let NSA spy on Verizon customers

    For reasons known only to itself, a US court allowed government spooks to collect the call records of millions of Verizon customers.
  • ITC bans early iPhone shipments

    The iPhone 4 is now given away with a contract offered by carriers including Verizon Wireless, which is not affected by the ruling which only Applies to AT&T.
  • Microsoft finds a niche among the price conscious

    Myerson said that outside the US, Microsoft was doing better because there was not the influence of the carriers such as AT&T and Verizon Wireless.
  • Chinese hackers dominate cyber espionage

    According to a new Verizon RISK report, hackers affiliated with the Chinese government accounted for some of the most brazen and successful cyber espionage plots last year.
  • Court reveals how US spooks spy on mobile users

    The FBI obtained a court order to force Verizon to help the agents pinpoint the physical location of a wireless broadband access card and mobile phone they believed Rigmaiden was using.
  • Blackberry rises from its grave

    According to Reuters, analysts view the announcement as a positive, especially since it comes close on the heels of announcements from Verizon Communications and AT&T confirming that they will be selling the Z10 device later this month.
  • Apple suppliers are revolting

    Fran Shammo, chief financial officer of Verizon Communications, said having four strong platforms - Apple, Android, Windows and BlackBerry - is leading to more competitive pricing.
  • Lala.com had Apple on its knees

    This is a Facebook enabled realtime video and photo sharing app available on iOS and Android, but only through Verizon. It only attracted 440,000 monthly active users.
  • Nokia's new hope released next week

    Nokia said its high-end Lumia 820 and 920 phones will this week reach the first operators and retail outlets in France and Britain and later in Russia and Germany as well as other select markets. In the United States, AT&T will start selling the devices in early November.
  • US paranoia shuts out Huawei and ZTE

    At the moment ZTE has deals with Verizon, Sprint and T-Mobile EVEVE.UL. If these telcos start listening to politicians then the Chinese companies could face trouble in the US.

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