The Droid DNA is the pinnacle of phones. So far. This is what your next phone will look like, give or take.
The latest computers come with dual-core processors and a double helping of sexism.
Utterly charming cakes from nerd nuptials. Much more fun than all of that William and Kate, Royal Wedding stuffiness. View List ›
Contemplating their place in an organic-centric universe. Designer Chris Gerringer has somehow managed to take awesome wallpapers about Star Wars and turn them into a droid music video of “Hello? Is It Me You’re Looking For?” in my head. View List ›
These aren’t the awkwardly positioned and possibly deformed cats you’re looking for. You don’t want to see the C3P-0 cat. It’s basically a werecat. View Image ›
With baby Princess Leia and Baby Anikan Skywalker! Their dad deserves a Dad of the Year award for this. (I’m more of a Star Trek person, so if that’s *not* Anikan, I’m sorry). Watch Video ›
An R2D2 robot that is big enough for a full size person to fit in. Equipped with sounds, internal fans, LEDs, motors and rotating dome. Made out of a plastic barrel. Watch Video ›
Sony Ericsson, a company that has yet to even introduce a Android 2.0 device, is at work on a project to redefine gaming on Google’s mobile platform. View Image ›
Apple showed a death grip on the Motorola Droid X using one hand. We tried the very same experiment last week, and we disagree with Apple’s methodology and conclusions in two important ways.
The iPhone 4 arrives in stores tomorrow, but today belongs to the Droid. In just a few minutes, Verizon, Google and Motorola execs will gather in San Francisco to unveil the latest, greatest version of the Droid: the Droid X.
Droid launch day was yesterday, and the world is trying to decide whether they’re ready to break things off with the iPhone. Droid phone reviews are generally positive, but there’s a lot to take on board. Here’s a selection of some of the more thoughtful Motorola Droid phone reviews from around the Web to help you make your decision. Read More ›