If you've been waiting for your chance to get your hands on the
Verizon One DSL modem, WiFi router/cordless phone/information appliance, now's your chance. The company has finally
launched the national rollout of the product, which was originally
announced back in January. We still don't think hordes of
customers are going to be beating down the doors at Verizon HQ to get their hands on this, but at least the price is
relatively reasonable: $150 with a one-year commitment to a Verizon DSL plan. That doesn't seem too bad for a cordless
phone with a touchscreen display that also doubles as a DSL modem and router — though we still want to see how easy it
is to hack this so you can use it with other service providers once that DSL contract is up.