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Droid 2 R2-D2 edition coming September 30 {Engadget}

Aug 12th 2010 8:24PM September? So...just in time for the next Droid X Froyo update delay, then.

*sigh*

Motorola takes another shot at the iPhone 4, says Droid X is 'no jacket required' {Engadget}

Jul 28th 2010 8:57PM @sean4123 Incredible has a slower processor and a smaller screen with a lower resolution.

Android 2.2 upgrade for Droid X may already be trickling out, other Droids shortly? {Engadget}

Jul 28th 2010 1:35AM @DaHarder Because Sanjay Jha has confirmed that it'll be weaker in those areas than the X.

Android 2.2 upgrade for Droid X may already be trickling out, other Droids shortly? {Engadget}

Jul 28th 2010 1:15AM @FlyersPh9 Droid 2 is a lower cost Droid device with weaker specs and a smaller screen than the Droid X.

Android 2.2 upgrade for Droid X may already be trickling out, other Droids shortly? {Engadget}

Jul 28th 2010 12:38AM @EagleyeSmith It's true; they want to add their "enhancements" like Motoblur and Sense (although in a number of ways they can make stock Android better, it's so much better to get the update out ASAP instead of cramming in crapware)

Apple keeps antennagate alive with Droid X's 'kill switch' (video) {Engadget}

Jul 24th 2010 12:31AM @xsacha I hope you understand that I'm on your side here.

Apple keeps antennagate alive with Droid X's 'kill switch' (video) {Engadget}

Jul 24th 2010 12:30AM @hill60
I've used my friend's, and I tried it on eight different phones. So there are nine different iPhone 4 devices, all with the same problem: attenuation with one finger. What studies? Apple's experiments by definition can't be a scientific study because they went in hoping to get a certain outcome.

Apple keeps antennagate alive with Droid X's 'kill switch' (video) {Engadget}

Jul 24th 2010 12:21AM Droid X actually has two antennas: one on the top, and one on the bottom. You have to hold both in a death grip at the same time to get attenuation. So I guess the tester from Apple had some help from an invisible friend or something.

Apple keeps antennagate alive with Droid X's 'kill switch' (video) {Engadget}

Jul 24th 2010 12:13AM I want to see a video where a tester can achieve signal attenuation on any cell phone other than the iPhone 4 with a single finger. Because every photo and video they've posted has been of a whole-hand grip, but it just takes a single finger on the iPhone 4.