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Freedom of the press is guaranteed only to those who own one. A.J. Liebling minted that axiom in the New Yorker magazine in 1960.
The behemoth that is South by Southwest kicked off yesterday in Austin. Both the Interactive and Film portions of the festival officially began on Friday as attendees arrived from all over the world to participate in what has become the largest independent festival of its kind.
Last week Facebook made news with their announced acquisition of WhatsApp. Then at the Mobile World Congress show in Barcelona a few days ago they announced WhatsApp would start offering a voice service.
Highly rated companies sold the most debt this past week since Verizon Communications Inc.'s record-setting $49 billion sale last September, in the latest upbeat sign from the bond market.
Using Caller ID spoofing technology and a look-alike website, scammers are posing as Verizon Wireless and conning victims into sharing personal information, the Better Business Bureau warns.
The Wall Street Journal has published a lengthy piece on the difficult transition Sprint is undergoing with the leadership of SoftBank CEO Masayoshi Son, who has been frustrated by the company's lack of progress since SoftBank acquired a majority stake in the company last summer.
The company announced Friday that it is doubling the amount of data customers can use per month on its standard 4G LTE service plan for no additional cost.
It is now clear that while Governor Christie is embroiled in 'bridgegate', which is about clogging and blocking of traffic movement over a bridge, another scandal is brewing.
Verizon's Mobile Workforce Manager has been enhanced with new features that separate users' business and personal lives across devices.
Verizon is passing the leadership torch in its global wholesale division by promoting Eric Cevis as the unit's new president.
Verizon Communications' $130 billion bet on wireless has been given a big thumbs up on Wall Street, even as U.S. mobile competition intensifies.
CIO - When the Certification Commission for Health Information Technology announced its exit from the EHR certification business , it cited an inability to make "a sustainable business" in an uncertain EHR market that many vendors may be leaving.
Verizon is the most reliable, while AT&T is the fastest and Sprint is the slowest, according to extensive national testing.
In her new role, Giunta is responsible for Verizon's end-to-end global cloud ecosystem, as well as technology convergence and connected solutions through the company's wireline and wireless networks.
Mobile has done a lot of terrific things ever since John Legere took over as CEO.
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