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    Droid Sales is getting closer it target...

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    Motorola and Verizon’s $100 million marketing push seems to be paying off: The much-ballyhooed Droid smartphone made by Motorola and powered by Google’s Android 2.0 OS is inching toward its goal of a million devices sold during the fourth quarter of 2009. The two companies have thus far sold between 700,000 and 800,000 Droids, according to data collected by RBC Capital Markets analyst Mark Sue.

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    That great news! I wonder how many companies will Android save by 2011.lol
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    This is good news for the Android OS too, with the exposure it's getting and with the devices coming in the future running Android. Hopefully this will attract more developers as more consumers begin to use phones running their OS.
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