Droid X

Droid X2 Successor Codenamed Daytona, Shipping in May with Tegra 2?

Motorola is a key player in the current Android market. With powerful devices such as the BIONIC and Atrix on track to release this year, many are wondering what will be their next product. It seems that it will indeed be the successor to the DROID X which is currently in development under the codename "Daytona."

Droid X 2, Droid 3, and Droid Incredible 2 Confirmed by Inside Source

We've just been passed a fabulously juicy bit of information regarding the DROID line of phones hanging out at Verizon. Each of the following: Droid X 2, Droid 3, and Droid Incredible 2, have been confirmed for future release. Much more than that we do not know, but rest assured, they'll be on Verizon, and they'll be coming out more than likely sometime this year. I KNEW they'd not stop Droid anytime soon - why else would they keep a gigantic billboard saying DROID DOES APPS up the whole summer right on top of First Ave in Minneapolis?

Verizon Introduces VCAST Messages SMS Application

Let's face it, Verizon's VCAST apps are not usually ground breaking. Only offering up some core services that are attached to Verizon's music and location services, they are usually overlooked. However, this time, Verizon has gone and released their own texting application, and it's pretty decent. On track to compete with Handcent and Chomp the Verizon VCAST Messenger allows users to send text messages, and the software isn't actually terrible. There is an option for sending texts to recent calls so you can easily notify someone about your status if you just missed their call, as well as location based messaging and a group conversation feature. Currently available for the original Droid, Droid 2, Droid X, LG Ally, Eris, Incredible and Fascinate, it may be a nice way to change things up a bit. QR Code: [Download Link] [Via DroidLife]

[How Do I] Turn My Android Phone into a SNES for My Television?

The question today, and stop me if you've heard of this before, is "how do I turn my Android device into an SNES?" - or basically any other video game system that has an emulator in the Android Market, for that matter? Well it's simple, dude, check it out. First take a look back to May to see the first step - grabbing an app by the name of "WiiMote Controler." After that, depends on the device you want to use. If you've got yourself a Droid X, you're in the most amount of luck, because you'll be able to blow your game screen up as big as you like - supposing of course you've got a television the size you'd like.

Unofficial Gingerbread Port for Droid X Available Now

So Gingerbread has been announced and, as expected, we have not heard any dates for our current devices to be getting the update. We know that we won't see them for quite some time after the Nexus S launch, but many are eager to get the much anticipated Gingerbread OS on their devices.

Droid X bundle was Verizon’s exclusive deal today

Verizon is currently running a campaign that lasts for the 24 days leading up to christmas. Each day, Verizon unveils a new surprise deal sometimes being a bundle package, while others being a free phone on a new 2 year activation plan. Today's deal happened to be the Droid X.

Verizon Pastes iPhone Maps App into Droid X Ad

Woopsie! Looks like a graphic designer working with Verizon is about to have their wrist slapped as they've got a Motorola Droid X ad up promoting Google Maps voice guided feature - but with the wrong image on the screen. Take a close look and note that the nearby BlackBerry Storm2 is, indeed, running the correct version of Slacker radio.

Grab the Droid X for $99 at Costco

If you haven't started your holiday shopping yet and are looking for a top notch Android Smartphone, your opportunity has come with. Costco currently has the DROID X by Motorola for only $99 compared to the normal $199.

Motorola Droid X Heading to India, Will Lose Droid X Branding

Rumor has it that the Droid X, manufactured by Motorola and currently available on the Verizon network in the United States, is heading to India. But, as anyone might expect, there's going to be a couple of changes before the device can land in retail shelves in that neck of the woods. Namely, it has everything to do with the name. Unfortunately, folks in India can't get the Droid X title, as that's Verizon's marketing.
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