On Wednesday, a Wall Street Journal (WSJ) report revealed that bigwig US wireless carrier AT&T and its smaller rival T-Mobile are mulling the prospects of making bids for a chunk of A-block spectrum licenses held by Verizon Wireless.
Bigwig US wireless Verizon has made the 'white' color option available in two Motorola Droid handsets for the festive season this year.
Though Motorola's latest flagship handset Moto X has been grabbing a lot of attention of late, experts who have recently tested the company's Droid Maxx handset on Verizon have revealed that the software features of the Droid Maxx are the same as those of the Moto X, but with a much better hardware.
AT&T carrier recently declared that it will be spending an estimated $14 billion in the next three years or more for wireless and wired networks. The investment will also look forward to the further growth of 4G LTE service, which will be made available to 300 million people by 2014 end.
In order to continue purchasing unused airwaves from other firms, Verizon Wireless, the largest mobile provider in the U. S. and cable company Comcast in principle agreed to limit joint ventures. The cross-marketing agreement includes Verizon Wireless's bid to purchase unused airwaves owned by cable companies worth $3.6 billion.
According to reports, requests from law enforcement agencies to cell carriers regarding subscribed text messages, caller locations and other information have drastically increased in the past five years. The requests numbered an enormous 1.3 million last year.
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