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About a week ago, blogger Chuck Falzone started a campaign targeting Android users, asking them to spend at least $5 a week on apps. Why? Because people aren't buying them, so developers are making only a fraction of the money that iPhone developers earn. What does this teach us about Android apps?
 
For every iPhone, there's always a Verizon response. With the iPhone 4 out in the spotlight, Verizon has a new flagship device launching on July 15th: the Droid X. Like the iPhone 4, it's getting put through the paces, and...
 
Cellphone blog Android and Me has acquired a Droid 2 handset early (pictured above, right), and decided to stack it up against the classic Droid (left). What did they find? In shape and size it's almost the same thing, though it's sporting a 1Ghz processor and 512 MB of RAM, just like the iPhone 4. That's nice and all, but it's going to need something else the original Droid had: heart.
Well, it's almost surprising it's taken this long: here's an Apple iPhone running Google's Android operating system. And it looks pretty good! Even more impressive, the hack allows the user to pick which operating system they want to use at...
 
For a while now, Apple CEO Steve Jobs has been firing back fortune-cookie-long messages to customers about any number of things. One of the latest little nuggets from Jobs, however, was a snipe at Google that may actually be more...

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