DroidLanding has been powered on again, check out Twitter

It looks like the ever so popular @DroidLanding is at it again and has reactivated. The last time we heard from these guys was around 3 or so months ago. For those that don't know, they tweet information or clues as to where you can find your very own DROID for free. The Droid X, and Droid 2 campaigns were both very popular and people were going crazy trying to find these devices all throughout the states.

Motorola Droid X2 dual-core boot animation [video]

It looks like one more piece has just been leaked to go along with the many different things we have found for the Motorola Droid X2. First we saw benchmarks showing dual-core and the qHD 960x540 screen you can read all about that here. Now we have a boot animation showing the same DUAL CORE logo as the Motorola Xoom.

LG Revolution pictured again, coming to Verizon as 4G LTE device

The LG Revolution has been quiet since we heard about it at CES, and even did a little Hands-On. Back then everyone was being quiet about what processors all these Verizon phones would have. So that hands on report saying 1 Ghz could very well be wrong, as things change so fast in this crazy mobile industry. It will probably launch with a Tegra 2, we wont know til more details emerge.

Motorola Droid X2 Pictures leak, looks the same

Uh Oh, looks like the guys over at Android Central have scored a few pictures of the upcoming yet-unannounced Motorola Droid X2. It looks basically the same as little brother, or big little brother I should say. Since they are both very similar and basically the same size. The original X has the wisdom because he is older and wiser, but the new Droid X2 has the heart, and that heart is the fast pumping Tegra 2 dual-core CPU inside. That is the tie breaker here.

Droid Bionic Appears on Amazon for $149

Just as we saw the Motorola Atrix listed on Amazon for $149 last week, a new page for the upcoming DROID BIONIC has appeared on the site. Featuring the same, surprisingly low price-point of $149 it seems far too early for the device to make its debut on the online retailer.

Motorola Atrix 4G Launching at the End of February, Droid Bionic in Q2

The Motorola Atrix has certainly been the star of early 2011 so far. Being one of the "jaw-dropping" devices at CES, everyone is wondering just when they can get their hands on the world's most powerful smartphone. It seems the wait for a date is over, the Atrix has been confirmed to be releasing "the end of February."

Verizon to Support 4G in 140 Markets by year’s end

We all know that Verizon is planning to aggressively enter the 4G market with extensive market rollout over 2011, however, we just didn't know how aggressive they would be - until now. By the end of 2011 they are planning to be launched in at least 140 markets and expect to cover 2/3 of the US by the end of 2013. That's a very extensive rollout, their end goal is to offer up 4G service everywhere that 3G is currently available as it's expected to replace 3G as the standard in the coming years. Here is the list of initial cities that will be boasting Verizon 4G in 2011: Huntsville, Alabama Mobile, Alabama Montgomery, Alabama Little Rock, Arkansas Colorado Springs, Colorado Gainesville, Florida Lakeland-Winter Haven, Florida Pensacola, Florida Sarasota-Bradenton, Florida Tallahassee, Florida Augusta, Georgia Honolulu, Hawaii Kahului-Wailuku, Hawaii Lahaina, Hawaii Boise-Nampa, Idaho Carbondale-Marion, Illinois Wichita, Kansas Baton Rouge, Louisiana Hammond, Louisiana Detroit, Michigan Flint, Michigan Fayetteville-Lumberton, North Carolina Greensboro-Winston-Salem-High Point, North Carolina Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina Wilmington, North Carolina Dayton-Springfield, Ohio Tulsa, Oklahoma Erie, Pennsylvania State College, Pennsylvania Charleston, South Carolina Columbia, South Carolina Greenville-Spartanburg, South Carolina Hilton Head, South Carolina Sioux Falls, South Dakota Chattanooga, Tennessee Clarksville, Tennessee Cleveland, Tennessee Kingsport, Tennessee; Johnson City, Tennessee; Bristol, Virginia/Tennessee Knoxville, Tennessee Memphis, Tennessee Beaumont-Port Arthur, Texas Bryan-College Station, Texas Provo-Orem, Utah Salt Lake City-Ogden, Utah Centralia, Washington Olympia, Washington Charleston, West Virginia Madison, Wisconsin Milwaukee, Wisconsin That's a total of 49 initial pushes into the 4G market for 2011, combine that with their already active 4G network and we see Verizon keeping its spot as the nations top carrier. Hello, DROID BIONIC and HTC ThunderBolt speeds! [Via Droid-Life]
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