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Smartphone cameras are becoming increasingly powerful - many, in fact, are fully capable of taking very sharp and professional-looking photos. But are these phones capable of holding their own against more sophisticated equipment? And which phone does it best?


The last few months have been phenomenal for Android fans, with Samsung's Galaxy line hitting all four carriers and Verizon getting a few new, better Droids for their customers. But which should you pick? It's actually an easy decision.


This bizarre commercial just started popping up, and frankly, we're almost too confused to be offended. There's no mistaking Verizon's strange spokesman for the iconic Abu Ghraib torture victim. Is this a case of horrible taste or immense cluelessness?


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We're not sure how widespread the problem is yet, but various users are showing some display defects on their Droid X. Some see flickering screens, others have pulsating bands, and others still are just plain broken.