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Two years ago Motorola released the Droid, a smartphone with a slide-out keyboard and Google’s Android OS. Now, Motorola Mobility is releasing its Droid 3, which sports numerous improvements over its predecessors. The Droid 3’s 8MP camera lets you capture still photos or record 1080p HD video. The smartphone integrates with Google, Exchange, Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn, so it’s ideal for businesspeople and general consumers alike. Motorola ships the phone with multiple Google apps installed, including Google Maps, GTalk, Places, Latitude, Calendar, and more. The Droid 3 has a 1GHz dual-core processor, runs on the Android 2.3 (a.k.a. Gingerbread) platform, and is ready for use worldwide with a built-in SIM card (reg-istration required). The phone also features 16GB of internal memory and can handle an additional 32GB of memory via the microSD card slot.