Mobile Technology

Photo of Ronan Dunne at MWCA

A Fourth Industrial Revolution is upon us. Here’s how 5G will make the world safer, faster and more efficient.

Skagway park

Meet Dan Elias, a Verizon employee who made it his personal odyssey to visit all 411 U.S. national parks, monuments, memorials and sites.

People by train tracks

This network of environmental researchers and social scientists is working to benefit the world now and well into the future.

Watch video Science, sound and the future at Denali National Park and Preserve

A network of environmental researchers and social scientists study the role of sound in the 6M acre Denali National Park.


Verizon unveils Virtual Communications Express for government.


It can take six months to a year – and piles of paperwork – to put new broadband equipment on a utility pole.


Verizon launched Visual Interactive Calling, a new app tool which offers today’s digital consumers a convenient and secure way to speak with customer service agents.


2016 was a year of firsts and transformation, including extension of the company's industry lead, continued technology investment and promise of 5G.


With the new V20, LG is changing the way we think about the smartphone as an audio/video content creation tool.


Senior citizens explain how mobile technology has changed their everyday lives.