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Verizon: Our Apps Aren't About Taking Over The Phone — It's About "Choice". Puke.

<img class="alignright size-full wp-image-222081" title="333" src="http://tctechcrunch.files.wordpress.com/2010/09/3331.jpg" alt="" />About a week ago, we noted that Verizon was <a href="https://techc

Verizon Is About To Kick Google In The Apps With Its Own Apple-Like App Store

<img class="alignright size-full wp-image-218693" title="332" src="http://tctechcrunch.files.wordpress.com/2010/09/3321.jpg" alt="" />Buried a few paragraphs into my post a few days ago about how <a h

Verizon BlackBerry Storm gets V CAST Video

<img src="http://www.mobilecrunch.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/08/vcast.jpg" /> We'll openly admit it: We haven't touched Verizon's V CAST video service in years. We tend to avoid most feature phones

Rhapsody, Verizon Wireless now have a mobile music subscription service

Can you hear me now? No, I’m listening to music thanks to Rhapsody. That horrendous opening can mean only one thing: Verizon Wireless has joined up with Rhapsody to launch a mobile music subscri

Moto RAZR2 Debuts On Verizon Wireless: Such A Powerful LCD

The much-hyped Motorola RAZR2 debuts on Verizon Wireless today. It will come with all the focus group-tested VZW features that I never use like V-Cast music downloads and VZ Navigator GPS. So the serv

The LG Prada is Verizon's Answer to the iPhone: Good Luck, Bro

The $600 LG Prada is Verizon Wireless’ answer to the $500 Apple iPhone… OK, you can stop laughing now. It’s not that the Prada isn’t a good phone or anything—clearly it&#

Confirmed: V-Cast Mobile Video Pricing and Launch

Laptop just confirmed that Verizon is launching V-Cast video tomorrow. The service will cost $15 a month or $25 a month for video and mobile web. There will only be a few markets at launch including A

Verizon Wireless Launching Justin Timberlake Channels on V Cast

JT-themed V Cast channels for your handset. No, really.

Verizon Wireless Gives Users Daily V-Cast for $3

Verizon Wireless is going daily with access to its V-Cast service. Currently, the V charges its customers $15 a month for the privilege of watching unlimited shorts from sports and the news. The new p