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Verizon is ready to kick you off its network if you use too much data

Verizon is ready to kick you off its network if you use too much data

Verizon isn’t messing around when it comes to data. Users that consume more than 100GB per month via legacy unlimited plans will either be forced onto tiered plans or kicked off the network altogether. Speaking to Ars Technica, the company notes it affects a “small...
Verizon to Data Hogs: Pay Up or We’ll Cut You (Off)

Verizon to Data Hogs: Pay Up or We’ll Cut You (Off)

First reported by Droid Life and confirmed by Ars Technica, Verizon will be shutting off the data hose for unlimited data customers who use more than 100GB a month. Although this will only affect people who have been grandfathered into these plans, since Verizon...

Turns Out Android Performance Numbers Are Over-Cooked

While reviewing Samsung‘s Galaxy Note 3, reviewers at Ars Technica discovered that the device is configured to artificially inflate benchmark results. We noticed an odd thing while testing the Samsung Galaxy Note 3: it scores really, really well in benchmark...