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L.A. Times Tech BlogLeft to right: iPhone vs. Android. Credit: svensonsan / Flickr. Google Inc.'s diverse and growing army of Android devices may now be outflanking Apple Inc. in the smart-phone wars, according to a technology research firm. New York-based NPD Group said...
Brand XThe launch of the Droid Incredible on April 29 marked the day that HTC's Android smart-phones stopped playing catch-up to Apple and started moving in a different direction. The Droid Incredible is the latest touch-screen phone based on Google's mobile...
L.A. Times Tech BlogWhoa. That thing is huge. It's enormous! It's a big phone -- at least by today's standards. Motorola's Droid X is a Verizon Wireless smart phone worth looking at. The phone, powered by Google's Android operating system, will land in stores Thursday and...
L.A. Times Tech BlogCustomers can buy Apple's iPhone 4 or HTC's Droid Incredible for the same price, but the parts that make up the HTC smart phone cost about $18 less than the parts in its competitor, according to two reports from hardware analysis firm ISuppli. The Droid...
South Florida Sun-SentinelThe Motorola Droid 2 could drop – or at least the official announcement of its release -as soon as Thursday. Rumors continue to spread – as well as advertisements leaked – about the Droid 2 with slide-out keyboard and its guess-timated cost of $200...
L.A. Times Tech BlogAfter creating a few sparks in the touch-screen arena, Research in Motion is burning its old e-mail-centric formula and focusing on a more fully featured BlackBerry Torch smart phone. The Torch marries RIM's thumb-loving keyboards with a 3.2-inch touch...
Chicago Breaking BusinessBy Wailin Wong | Verizon Wireless began online pre-sales this week for the Droid Incredible, a new smartphone manufactured by Taiwanese company HTC Corp. If the Droid name sounds familiar, that's because it's already attached to two other phones at...
KickingTiresThe Motorola Droid promises a lot of features that aren???t available on Apple???s iPhone, but the one that stands out is Google Maps Navigation, a free mobile application that runs on Google???s Android operating system. Unlike the maps on the......
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