Looking to up its market share and go head-to-head with the big boys, Motorola dropped three new products at this year's Consumer Electronic Show. The maker of Verizon's Droid dropped two new smartphones, the Droid Bionic, and the super-powerful, dual-core-processor-powered Atrix. Then it went ahead and announced its Xoom tablet, which is running Google's yet-to-be-released Android 3.0 "Honeycomb" software. Do we smell a massacre? Eh, not really, but we're amped nonetheless.
Reports have the iPhone going to Verizon in early February. [Cult of Mac]
A Virginia company has found a new use for Four Loko. [Jalopnik]
Not only did Ford make history by being the first car company to unveil a car at CES, it looks siiiicccckkk. The Chevy Volt better watch it's faux-hatched-back. [Engadget]
Our #2 smartphone of 2010 saved a man's life. We told you it was incredible. [Business Insider]
Here's how to find your ideal desk height. [Life Hacker]
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