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Verizon’s Droid Does TV campaign returns

American Android aficionados will remember Verizon's Droid Does campaign fondly: it kicked off with Motorola's original DROID and was instrumental in giving Android a leg up on iOS in the United States in 2009. While the Droid Does campaign continued with the likes of the HTC DROID Incredible and others, it seemed to disappear from the airwaves once Verizon got its hands on the iPhone 4. Now it's back, showing off the DROID 4, DROID RAZR and DROID RAZR MAXX from Motorola.

HTC DROID Incredible 4G spotted on Droid Does site

The good old Droid Does web portal has been a reliable vector for leaked information for nearly every single DROID phone to date, and that tradition continues with the upcoming HTC DROID Incredible 4G. This third iteration of the Incredible hardware was spotted on the portal this morning with a full complement of specifications, finally laying to rest the rumors surrounding the device. The site also lists a price of $299, but that's likely a leftover element from the DROID RAZR MAXX sub-site.

Motorola DROID 4 coming soon, lands on Droid Does site again

The new Motorola DROID 4 is coming, and coming soon. At least according to a few leaks and now the official Verizon DroidDoes.com website. We originally spotted it on Droid Does back in December, and according to multiple sources it was going to be released before Christmas. That never happened and all the dates we've seen have came and went without a release.

DROID 4 pops up on DROID DOES, could land in stockings December 22nd

We'd previously heard that Motorola's 4th generation DROID was scheduled to be released on December 8th, a day before Verizon was to finally push out the Galaxy Nexus. Neither of those dates bore any fruit, and while the Nexus released just a week later, the DROID 4 is still nowhere to be found. According to another of Droid Life's internal Verizon leaks, the phone is currently headed for a December 22nd release, just two days from now. Considering the amount of PR and other information that's already leaked, this certainly seems plausible.

DROID RAZR Scavenger hunt and Extraction games are live, win one now

I'm sure many of you have been following along the many scavenger hunt games in the past, but now the time for the DROID RAZR is finally here. The folks at @DroidLanding have started the first round for the DROID RAZR scavenger hunt so be sure and follow them for all the details. The DroidDoes.com site has also been initiated with a game of its own. The details are still a bit blurry but once everything gets under way we'll be sure to update everyone.

DROID RAZR arrives on Verizon’s DROID DOES site

Ah, DROIDDOES.com, what fond memories we have of you. The portal for the original influential DROID campaign is still the go-to destination for Verizon's high-end android phones, so it's altogether appropriate that the Motorola DROID RAZR find itself there. The new site offers a 3D view of the new phone showing off its slim profile, and not much else. Oh, an the Flash-only site is totally inaccessible to certain iDevices that shall remain nameless.

Motorola DROID Bionic Retail Price is $589, User Manual Available for Download

More Droid news folks, the Motorola Droid Bionic will be priced at $589 without contract for those few that may be looking to buy this beast outright and not sign any agreements or contracts. While this may not mean a lot I'm sure there is more than a few of you out there that aren't eligible for an upgrade but can't wait to get your hands on the superphone -- start saving those pennies.

Motorola Droid Bionic Live on DroidDoes.com and DroidLanding has been initiated [Video]

It is that time again everyone. The DroidDoes.com and @DroidLanding sites have both been initiated for the Motorola DROID Bionic. This go around Verizon will be having what appears to be a scavenger hunt for the Droid Bionic. What they are calling this is ARena. It will be a Augmented Reality scavenger hunt and they will be giving away tons of Droid Bionic phones to lucky winners as usual.
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