Samsung Omnia on Verizon Wireless Now $50 Cheaper at $200

Apparently we weren't the only ones a little baffled by the pricing of VZW's Omnia—after being available for only six days, the price has dropped down to $200 (with the same $70 rebate and two-year contract), bringing it even with the Blackberry Storm. We're still only seeing the Omnia being a must-have for Windows… » 12/01/08 11:00am 12/01/08 11:00am

Verizon To Drop Official BlackBerry Storm Details Today?

So indicates this internal VZW email sent that BGR has gotten a hold of. Word is verizonwireless.com/storm will launch some time today (right now it's a 404), with official word of the first touchscreen BlackBerry from RIM, which should be getting a November 1 release. That gibes with what we've been hearing » 9/15/08 9:45am 9/15/08 9:45am

Verizon Visual Voicemail Hits LG Voyager, Sadly Not Free

Sorry to get everyone's hope up-the rumor that VZW's visual voicemail was to be gratis apparently only referred to the app download. To actually use the service, it'll cost you $2.99/month per line, plus data and airtime charges, to hold up to 40 messages for 40 days. It's only available for LG Voyager owners at the… » 8/11/08 11:45am 8/11/08 11:45am

Casio G'zOne Boulder Mil-Spec Cellphone Crammed with GPS, Compass,…

Casio's G'zOne rugged-ass cellphone has been updated yet again, and this time it's called the Boulder. The Mil-Spec clamshell's got GPS, a 1.3MP camera, an LED lantern, microSD support and a digital compass in its shock-, dust- and water-resistant frame. The Boulder is out now in black or orange for $130 after 2-year… » 7/28/08 6:00pm 7/28/08 6:00pm