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Verizon Nokia Lumia 2520 release goes off-contract

Verizon Nokia Lumia 2520 release goes off-contract

The very first modern Nokia tablet will be arriving in the form of the Nokia Lumia 2520, and it'll be hitting both the likes of AT&T and Verizon here in the United States. With Verizon, the tablet has been announced today as coming on the 21st of November and offered in both on- and off-contract iterations. While this is not a first for tablets going off-contract with the carrier, it's unique in that the idea is being presented so up-front.

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Isis Mobile Wallet launches nationwide with three carrier support

Isis Mobile Wallet launches nationwide with three carrier support

Coming off a rather long testing phase, Isis Mobile Wallet has launched nationwide today. The digital wallet service is arriving with support from three of the big four US carriers and basically means users will be able to make mobile payments with their NFC-equipped smartphone. The catch of course, having a supported device and finding a location that will accept mobile payments.

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BlackBerry Z30 hits Verizon with 5-inch display

BlackBerry Z30 hits Verizon with 5-inch display

This November those wishing to roll forward with the BlackBerry 10 universe will be able to see it happen on the biggest and most powerful handset ever to run the operating system. This device works with a 5-inch display with 720p resolution and a 1.7GHz processor under the hood. It'll be available from Verizon exclusively, too, so you know you're amongst a somewhat elite club of owners - so to speak.

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Verizon Ellipsis 7 official: low-end 7-inch tablet battle-ready

Verizon Ellipsis 7 official: low-end 7-inch tablet battle-ready

Today Verizon has made their Ellipsis brand official, starting with a compact tablet by the name of Ellipsis 7. This device works with a 7-inch display and Android inside, working with 4G LTE data and a front-facing camera for video chat. This is Verizon's first push into the tablet universe with their very own branded machine - every tablet carried by Verizon before now has been made by Apple, Samsung, LG, and the like.

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