Moto Droid Off To A Good Start. But Is It Good Enough?

Market research firm Flurry, which tracks smart phone market share by monitoring usage of thousands of mobile apps, says Motorola sold 250,000 of its Droid smart phones in the device’s first week on the market. That’s not bad. HTC’s MyTouch sold just 60,000 in its first week. And analysts believe Palm sold between 90,000 and 100,000 of its Pre smart phone when it came on the market earlier this year.

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