The recent landing of the Mars Rover Curiosity has been a celebration for the world of technology, and for years Verizon Wireless has been praised by industry leaders for its reliability and speed. Surprisingly, smartphones and the
Curiosity are powered by the same technology.
Curiosity’s purpose is to document Mars through picture and video. With the smartphone revolution upon us, we can now capture the same photos and videos of our own
lives to share. While NASA can conquer a planet, Verizon Wireless promises it’s much simpler to conquer your smartphone.
Thanks to Verizon Wireless’ free workshops, Berkeley residents will gain the knowledge that guides your smartphone to a successful landing in your life.
These workshops have helped customers nationwide understand the functions of their devices from staying organized to entertainment including face-time, text
messaging, using email, scanning a paycheck for direct deposit or even how to create and share high-quality photos and videos on Android, which are essential tools for understanding how to document life on Earth.
Verizon Wireless’ online and in-store workshops are continually updated to feature the latest smartphones and devices including the Samsung Galaxy S III.
Throughout August join Verizon Wireless at Shattuck Avenue location to learn the ins and outs the iPhone 4S, or sign up for an online workshop from the comfort of your