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Sprint and T-Mobile might not be merging, but the two companies are still putting up a united front against Verizon and AT&T alongside Dish Network by urging the FCC to reserve some spectrum for the little guys.
The Google-branded Motorola Nexus 6 smartphone has been out for a few months now, but a Verizon variant has yet to rear its head. Luckily, it looks like Verizon customers won't have to wait much longer before they can snag the popular phablet.
The rumors were true: Google is planning a wireless service that could launch sometime this year. But it's not going to become a full carrier, owning spectrum bands and infrastructure itself -- which is precisely why "Google Wireless" could shake up the industry.
The FCC voted Thursday morning in favor of enforcing a Net Neutrality stance that prevents Internet service providers from creating fast lanes, inciting a backlash from major telecommunications providers Verizon and AT&T.
Last week a voluntary agreement made between the CTIA Wireless Association and the FCC went into effect, officially marking the point where consumers can insist on having smartphones and tablets they fully paid for unlocked from any of the four major carriers.
The Android 5.0 Lollipop update is gaining momentum across the globe, but many eager users in the U.S. are getting impatient waiting for their specific device to receive an OTA notification telling them they're about to get their Lollipop. Here's the latest.