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Motorola Opus One specifications

When we say we have specifications, boy, do we mean it. One of our connects has sent us the full rundown on Motorla’s Opus One (their first iDEN Android handset) that we revealed >>

AT&T BlackBerry 9700 unboxing

While it is set to go on sale November 22nd, business customers on AT&T have been able to order the 9700 starting yesterday morning. If you got in early enough, there’s a good >>

HTC DROID Eris gets unboxed

One of our connects just blessed us with a couple shots of the HTC DROID Eris and graciously unboxed the retail packaging. We could bore you with meaningless details about how the phone >>

Nokia Booklet netbooks start infiltrating your local Best Buy

Who wants to buy a $2,000 netbook? Well, if you'd like to walk away with one for $299.99 and a $60/mo AT&T data plan for 2 years, you can. Otherwise the smarter move would be to purchase it at retail price of around $599.99 and get a data plan from AT&T without a two-year commitment. But regardless of the method of purchase, if you want a Nokia Booklet, Best Buy has got 'em. Will they sell you one before November 15th? Probably not, but it wouldn't hurt to try. One more shot after the break. >>

Motorola Droid Preview

If you're a Droid-chaser, you've no doubt been hooked to BGR for the past few weeks (more than normal, maybe?). We have our very own Motorola Droid handset, and although the software isn't final, it's solid enough where we feel comfortable giving you a nice preview of the unit. Remember, again, this isn't a final unit and things can and will change for the better. Read on for our Motorola Droid Preview!

P.S. As we have been doing, we'll follow up on this preview with a review based on a retail unit at release.

P.P.S. I just want to add that this is a Google Experience phone, and my line about Verizon and GPS was a joke. Verizon hasn't and won't touch or control any functionality on the Droid. GPS is 100% open, there's Wi-Fi, Android Market, etc. >>