T-Mobile and Sprint Agree to MergeA merger deal announced Sunday would help Sprint and T-Mobile slash costs and could make them a stronger competitor to the larger AT&T and Verizon.
Longtime Online Photo-Sharing Site Flickr Sold to SmugMugSmugMug, a company that lets photographers sell and share their photos, has acquired Flickr, a pioneering rival for sharing photos online.
Armed Thieves Targeting Bay Area Verizon StoresVerizon wireless stores across the Bay Area have been targeted by armed thieves, and the thieves are not afraid to use force on their victims.
Verizon Wants To Build Cellphone Towers Inside Church SteeplesVerizon has already built one church steeple with a cell phone tower inside in Santa Rosa, now it wants to build another.
ConsumerWatch: 5G Cellphone Towers Signal Renewed Concerns Over Impacts on HealthWireless carriers are installing millions of towers across the country to enable the new, faster 5G cellphone technology. KPIX asks the question: Are there legitimate health concerns?
Verizon Will Stream NFL Games On Any Network Next YearNext month, you'll be able to watch NFL games on your smartphone, regardless of your carrier.
Verizon Hikes Prices, Cuts Video Quality On Unlimited PlansVerizon is raising the price of its unlimited plan while introducing a slightly cheaper, more limited version as wireless carriers battle each other for customers.
Cellphone, Internet Customers Experience Outages Across U.S.Cellphone and Internet customers experienced widespread outages across the U.S. on Monday.
Verizon Takes Over Yahoo To Complete $4.5 Billion DealVerizon has taken over Yahoo, completing a $4.5 billion deal that will usher in a new management team to attempt to wring more advertising revenue from one of the internet's best-known brands.
Verizon To Cut 2,100 Jobs At Newly-Acquired YahooAbout 2,100 jobs are on the chopping block as Verizon prepares to combine Yahoo and AOL for a digital advertising offensive.
Senate Votes To Roll Back Internet Privacy Rules Protecting User DataComcast, Verizon and other Internet service providers won't need permission to use or sell much of their customers' personal information.
Google's YouTube Losing Major Advertisers Upset With VideosAT&T, Verizon and several other major advertisers are suspending their campaigns on YouTube after discovering their brands have been appearing alongside videos promoting terrorism and other unsavory subjects.