Verizon Wireless officially announced today that the Motorola Droid will be launching on November 6th with a $200 price tag.Â We have to admit, the cost does come as a surprise considering the specs.Â It’s considerably beefier than anything else we’ve seen so far from …
The official Android Developers blog has announced that the Android 2.0 SDK is now available to developers.Â The move comes not one moment too soon as the Droid handset is announced tomorrow and presumably hits the street next week.Â What good is a cutting edge …
Although we touched on this over the weekend, we wanted to circle back with more information about Verizon’s Android plans. If the reports from various mobile tech sites prove to be true, Verizon could be sitting with 4 Android handsets by the end of this …
The phones just keep on coming. A “trusted source” tells Engadget that “Droid” is what Verizon will call its entire line of Android phones, and that the second phone in that series will be available November 6. And what handset will Droid #2 be? None …
The hottest phone on the planet right now is the Motorola Droid and nobody has had more exclusive facetime with the handset than Boy Genius Report.Â Nearly every bit of information pertaining to this handset has come out of the BGR camp, including today’s “preview” …
The official unveiling of the Verizon/Motorola Droid is slated to go down next week on the 28th with sale dates and formal announcements likely monpolizing the news next Wednesday.Â Rumors have the launch pegged for sometime early November, recently leaked Best Buy documents indicate a …
An “exclusive” article over on TheStreet claims that Google is actually in the hardware business after all.Â Yep – according to them, Google has plans to develop their own handset and release it to the masses.
Don’t ask us how, but Boy Genius Rerport has been pretty much the only source for Verizon Droid details these last few weeks.Â Whether it’s pictures, videos, or hands-on impressions, it seems like they’re the only one who has one of these to play with.Â …
This is the ad campaign we’ve all been waiting for. Verizon has decided to step up to the plate and show Sprint and T-Mobile how to generate serious interest in Android. And what’s the trick?Â TELL PEOPLE WHAT IT DOES.Â Start there. Beginning this evening, …
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