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droid

(droɪd)
n. a robot-like person; a nerd. (From android.) Beavis is as close to a droid as we’ll ever see.
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The snow-covered planet is also reportedly the place where the new droid D.O.
The Moto Z Droid is available for $26 per month (0% APR) on Verizon device payment or $624 full price.
The Droid Turbo 2 retails for $720 or $30 per month for 24 months (with design refresh), or $624 or $26 per month for 24 months (without design refresh).
And just about anywhere anybody is living, there's somebody nearby who is probably building a droid who can help.''
The Droid Razr Maxx HD has all the features of the Razr HD with more memory and a "more amped-up battery," Osterloh said.
Como los otros Droids, el Incredible ofrece multiples pantallas de inicio, permitiendo el acceso al correo electronico, las aplicaciones, Twitter y cualquier otra cosa que se te ocurra instalar, con solo un movimiento del dedo.
Verizon s heavy promotion of Motorola s first two Droid phones the Droid and the Droid X, has helped Motorola revitalize its ailing phone business since late last year.
Featuring a "topographic" design that demonstrates the powerful engineering just beneath the surface, DROID Incredible by HTC is designed with craftsmanship and precision while making it easier than ever to stay connected.
Today several Japanese firms, including such recognizable companies as Honda, Toyota, and Mitsubishi, are introducing prototype personal robots that look the part of C3PO, Lucas' "protocol droid."
Droid Maker: George Lucas And The Digital Revolution by writer, educator, entrepreneur Michael Rubin (who joined "The Droid Works" at Lucasfilm in 1985 to introduce new sound and film editing technologies to the filmmakers) offers readers the inside story of George Lucas, his intensely private company, and their revolutionary work in filmmaking.
Captain Trilby Elliot and her only companion Dezi the droid operate an obsolete outer space cargo ship when her intruder alarm noisily explodes, warning her of something nearing her vessel.
In Episode II: Attack of the Clones, Anakin Skywalker and Padme Amidala travel to the planet Geonosis, home of a battle droid foundry, to rescue Obi-Wan Kenobi.
And millions of Star Wars fans saw his handiwork when R2-D2, the universally recognized little droid, took to the air for the first time ever in Episode II: Attack of the Clones.
Arias worked with Brian Dunlap, director of engineering at Wireless Information Networks, to develop and build what he calls portable "droids." At concerts, one droid is positioned outside dressing rooms, the crew room, the stage, and the accounting, production, and MIS offices, as well as outside the loading dock area for the band and crew buses.
Using a CD-ROM you can progress through three levels of Jedi droid development - Jedi Apprentice, Jedi Knight and Jedi Master.