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Motorola’s Droid Zap sharing app gets new, modern UI

by: Shawn IngramJanuary 10, 2014
The latest version of Droid Zap brings a new, more modern look to Verizon’s sharing app, but sadly doesn’t add any new functionality. Read on for more!
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Pictures of alleged Droid 5 leak, QWERTY slider and all

by: Kyle WiggersAugust 24, 2013
Thought the Droid slider was dead? Think again. Pictures of an alleged Droid 5 leaked on Chinese site Weibo. The physical QWERTY keyboard is back!
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Droid lineup won’t be made in USA like the Moto X

by: Nate SwannerJuly 23, 2013
The Moto X is made at a Motorola facility in Texas, which probably can’t handle the volume associated with running four distinct models out the door. It’s worth noting that the factory is an old Nokia plant, so they may simply not be adequately set up for multiple device runs.
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The best Android phones of all time

by: Simon HillApril 17, 2013
Join us for a trip down memory lane, from the HTC Dream (T-Mobile G1) to the Google Nexus 4, as we discuss the best Android smartphones of all time. Is your pick here?
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Motorola Droid Fighter spotted, 4.6-inch HD display goodness

by: Bams SadewoMarch 20, 2012

Rumors of yet another Motorola Droid phone made their way to the blogosphere several weeks ago, thanks to a leaked screenshot showing upcoming Android smartphones to be released by Verizon. But, back then, we only got a glimpse of a possible name and release date. Dubbed the Motorola Droid Fighter, the third Motorola Droid offering in six months will be made available on Verizon’s network on April 12. Now, we can finally attach a face to Motorola’s feistily-named new Droid.

A grainy image of the supposed Droid Fighter has been uploaded to the Phone HK forum. The device in the picture clearly bares Motorola’s logo on the top and Verizon’s on the [...]

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How to Upgrade Motorola Droid to the Latest CyanogenMod 9 Firmware

by: Paul NuñalJanuary 28, 2012

It’s no surprise that CyanogenMod 9 has arrived for the Motorola Droid. It seems that every device always gets the good stuff, and the Motorola Droid is no exception, as Ice Cream Sandwich is now heading its way–unofficially, of course. CyanogenMod 9 presents a whole batch of new features and remains faithful to the Ice Cream Sandwich build.

The Motorola Droid may possess ancient hardware by today’s standards, but developers loyal and faithful to the Motorola Droid are making it possible to get Ice Cream Sandwich running on the device.

If you still have your Motorola Droid (yeah, go get it from your closet now) and you want to breathe new life into [...]

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How To Cleanse Your Android Device of DroidDream

by: Matthew SabatiniDecember 28, 2011

Google recently took more than 50 apps out of the Android Market. They did this because the apps were found to contain the Android malware DroidDream. As you could have guessed, malware is not good for your device. Just like a virus on your computer, malware is very dangerous and can do crazy things to your brand spanking new Android device. However, if you have Lookout Mobile Security or any of the other best security/antivirus apps installed on your device, chances are the malware will never make it on to your device. It is always a good idea to have some sort of security program installed. In fact, Lookout runs completely in the background while still providing expert [...]

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Droid 4 Release Date Bumped to February 2, 2012

by: Matthew SabatiniDecember 23, 2011

It has been just under 6 months since Motorola released the Droid 3, and it has become clear that the fourth device in the Droid series is on its way. Of course, yesterday, December 22nd, was the rumored date of release. However, the day has come and gone without any definitive word from Verizon or Motorola.

Despite the lack of info from big red, a piece of informations, shown above, has escaped from Verizon’s headquarters. It is pretty clear that the Droid 4 will be landing in Verizon on or around February 2nd, 2012. This quick change of release dates should not come as a shock after the agony Verizon put Galaxy Nexus fans through. However, at least [...]

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Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich on Droid 3, with some Benchmarks and Screenshots

by: Brandon SobottaDecember 22, 2011

So the other night I got an alpha version of ICS installed on my Droid 3, and I have to say I am impressed. Hashcode has been hard at work since the release of the source code, and  had done some amazing things. I am currently using it for my daily driver and if you don’t mind being a guinea pig  give it a shot yourself. For being an alpha it is very stable, and  many of the main functions work. Here is the list from Hashcode’s blog of what works and what does not.

 Many of the base phone functions are now working. And that includes:

Phone is usable in CDMA and GSM modes for making/receiving calls as well as 3G data. Wifi, Bluetooth, GPS all work HW [...]
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Editorial – Ice Cream Sandwich, Bloatware, AOSP, and Everything in Between

by: Brandon SobottaDecember 21, 2011

 A lot of terms today are thrown around in the Android community that to some, may be a little confusing. I have decided to write a post that may help clear up some of the confusion for the newcomers to the world that we have come to know as Android. The first part (that I will not covering today) is the hardware our phones are built with; the processor, screen, battery, and etc. The other is the software that is on the phone, generally referred to as the firmware. Today, I am going to go over some of the terms in reference to the software known as ROMs, along with the benefits and drawbacks of each ROM. A ROM is an after-market replacement for the firmware that comes installed on [...]

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