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    Motorola Droid 3 Review

    The Motorola Droid 3 from Verizon Wireless is the third generation in the popular Droid series. But that isn’t its only claim to fame – it also claims to be the world’s thinnest QWERTY slider smartphone. But aside for keeping it slim, the phone packs in an excellent 4-inch qHD display, a 1GHz Dual-core processor, […]

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    Verizon Rolls Out Motorola Droid 3, Thinnest QWERTY Smartphone

    Verizon has announced official pricing and availability for their upcoming Droid 3. With a dedicated slide-out QWERTY keyboard, the Motorola Droid 3 keeps the same form-factor as its predecessor, but it now it is able to claim special status as the world’s thinnest full QWERTY smartphone. Under the hood the Motorola Droid 3 is packing […]

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    Motorola Droid X2 Review (Verizon)

    The Motorola Droid X2 from Verizon Wireless isn’t just another phone in the Droid Series. Running on a Dual-core 1GHz Processor, the Droid X2 screams speed. It also sports a lovely 4.3″ qHD Display, an 8MP Camera,the ability to record in 720p, along with the ability to output a 1080p signal to an HDTV via […]

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    HTC Trophy is Verizon’s First Windows Phone 7 Smartphone

    It certainly took long enough, but a Windows Phone 7 device has finally landed at Verizon Wireless. The HTC Trophy is a pretty standard Windows Phone 7. The device lacks a dedicated QWERTY keyboard, but it sports a 3.8 inch WVGA touchscreen and runs on a 1GHz Snapdragon processor. It also packs in Surround sound […]

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    Motorola Droid X2 is Verizon’s First Dual-Core Android Phone

    Motorola has announced that the Droid X2 will be soon making its way over to Verizon Wireless. The Android smartphone will be the first smartphone on Verizon’s network to sport a speedy dual-core 1GHz processor. No longer do Verizon customers have to be envious of the Motorola Atrix’s dual-core prowess. With the dual-core processor inside […]

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    Verizon and AT&T Wireless Both Make Calls Free to Japan

    The two bigs, AT&T and Verizon Wireless, have both announced that in order to help out with the earthquake and tsunami aftermath efforts, their wireless customers can now make free calls to Japan. For Verizon post-paid customers, this offer is good from March 11th through April 10th, and it also includes free text messages to […]

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    Motorola Xoom Cases Start to Roll Out

    The Motorola Xoom has just launched and already the cases are starting to make an appearance. The first of which is from ZooGue. The Case Genius for the Motorola Xoom is styled to look no different than similar iPad cases and it features the ability to adjust to any angle as well an innovative velcro […]

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    Why I Won’t Buy the Verizon iPhone

    In case you missed it, which I’m sure you haven’t, Verizon announced that the iPhone 4 will be available on their network as soon as February 3rd for current customers, and February 10th for new customers. While most other countries have multiple wireless providers carrying the iPhone, this is the first time that the iPhone […]

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    HTC Thunderbolt Likely Verizon’s First 4G LTE Smartphone

    As rumors of the HTC Thunderbolt sweep the net, Verizon’s keynote at CES next week is becoming more anticipated by the moment. It’s speculated that Verizon will show off a suite of 4G LTE devices, ranging from smartphones to tablets, and perhaps even an iPhone and iPad. But at the moment, all fingers are pointing […]

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    Motorola Droid Pro Review – Verizon

    Motorola has just released the latest addition to their popular Droid phone line. You may know it as the latest “BlackBerry Killer” — The Motorola Droid Pro is available exclusively for Verizon and is geared towards business professionals. The phone’s form factor is similar to a BlackBerry Bold or Curve; candy bar form-factor with a […]

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    Verizon Says R.I.P. to White Pages in Several Cities

    Can’t say we didn’t know it was coming, but the White Pages are about to expire permanently in several states – including New York, Florida and Pennsylvania where Verizon Communications request to stop distributing them has been approved. The phone company’s argument is that most people use the web to look up people’s contact info. […]