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DROID Bionic update rolling out – improves 4G LTE

We have good news to confirm this afternoon for all you DROID Bionic owners. After Verizon posted update support details and documents earlier this week we can happily report an over the air update is rolling out for the BIONIC as we speak. The update is rather small but fixes one critical flaw multiple users have been complaining about. More details and download links available below.

Verizon drops Motorola DROID BIONIC to free

If you're looking for a great deal on a Verizon LTE phone... keep looking. On the other hand, if you're one of the handful of people whose heart is still set on the Motorola DROID BIONIC, then today is your lucky day. The phone has dropped in price to free on-contract. It's been eight months since Moto's first LTE device debuted on Verizon, though it's been considerably longer since it was announced - the BIONIC had an unusually long gestation period. For the uninitiated, the Motorola DROID BIONIC packs a dual-core 1GHz processor, 4.3-inch 960x540 display, a full gigabyte of RAM and an 8 megapixel rear camera. The storage is a still-decent 16GB, and it can be extended a further 32GB with a MicroSD card. The BIONIC was one of Verizon's first LTE devices, and as far as specs go is still a pretty powerful one. Even so, the BIONIC became one of the most disappointing releases of last year.

Motorola DROID 4, RAZR and BIONIC modded for AT&T and T-Mobile

North and south. Yankees and Red Sox. GSM and CDMA. Never shall the two join - until now. Some of the tireless modders over at XDA have found that Motorola's recent hardware for Verizon features global GSM roaming bands (not unlike the HTC Rezound). With a little hacking, they found that these LTE devices could accept SIM card from AT&T and T-Mobile, making them transferable to a huge portion of American carrier customers.

DROID RAZR Smart Actions ported to DROID Bionic

Not all manufacturer pack-in programs are bad - in fact, Motorola's Smart Actions from the DROID RAZR and DROID RAZR MAXX are downright handy if you're looking to maximize your phone's longevity. Unfortunately, those two phones (and their international counterparts) are the only ones that get the privilege. But with some modding and a little elbow grease, Twitter user Dan Davis managed to modify the app so that it runs on the DROID Bionic as well.

DROID Bionic update incoming with visual voicemail fixes

One good update deserves another, but before you ask, no, it's not Ice Cream Sandwich. Motorola is sending out a test update for the DROID Bionic, and given their history that means that is should be getting a wide release within a month or so. Build 5.9.904 is regrettably still Android Gingerbread, but it brings along a few much-appreciated fixes. If you're not a member of Motorola's official support forum you won't be getting it (at least directly), but Verizon should be sending it out before too long.

Temple Run for Android update solves crashes – supports Bionic and RAZR

The hugely anticipated iOS game Temple Run launched for Android on Tuesday and instantly was a popular hit. It's only been three days and they've reported well over 1 million downloads on Android. With many new games there are bugs, some devices aren't supported, and you get the occasional problem or crash. It's only been out a few days and they've already issued their first update.

Motorola Lapdock on sale today only – just $79 for DROID Bionic

Who wants to turn their Android-powered smartphone into a little netbook for the ultimate multimedia experience? While the thought of Motorola's Lapdock hasn't taken off in the market like they expected, it is an awesome add-on for anyone looking for additional options. Today 1SaleADay has the DROID Bionic specific lapdock on sale for just $79.99 -- a pretty great deal if you ask me.

Motorola planning a DROID Bionic 2

Why Motorola? Why? That is the first thing that came into my mind when reading news of a DROID Bionic 2 this afternoon. While this could very well be a mistake, the source that it comes from leads us to believe it is true, and that Motorola might actually be making a successor to one of their biggest flops of the past 6 months.
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