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Google may be looking to pick up the struggling carrier-backed SoftCard mobile payments service, according to a new report
By Humberto Saabedra on October 27, 2014
Following the shutdown of NFC payments at Rite Aid and CVS, the retail backed CurrentC faces the wrath of irate users
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By Christopher Price on February 20, 2013
While others are still selling the LTE variant of the Galaxy Nexus, Verizon stopped long ago. While Google issues firmware updates for it, the carrier has yet to approve any of the last four major Android updates pushed for the Google-backed flagship smartphone.
Posted in Editorials, Verizon | Tagged 4g, Android, andy rubin, aosp, cdd, compatibility device definition, Galaxy Nexus, Google, Google Wallet, LTE, Nexus 4, nfc, Samsung, Verizon, Verizon Wireless, vzw | 31 Responses
By PhoneNews.com Staff on December 19, 2012
We up the ante on a Verizon response to the FCC, ask you to call them and ask for details about why they’re blocking Google Wallet.
By Humberto Saabedra on April 16, 2012
By Humberto Saabedra on April 3, 2012
Sprint Announces first LTE smartphone in LG Viper at $99.99, no word on Ice Cream Sandwich for the phone
By Christopher Price on March 28, 2012
The Android update aims to fix bugs and improve performance, rollout starts with three devices already being pushed the update.
Posted in Android, Google, Motorola, Samsung, Sprint, Verizon | Tagged Android, Android 4.0, Galaxy Nexus, Google, Google Wallet, Ice Cream Sandwich, ics, Motorola, Nexus S, nfc, Samsung, Xoom | 1 Response