to connect to peripherals like a keyboard, a mouse and a printer. When not in use, the dock will charge your device. The Webtop adapter offers an affordable way to create, edit or share pictures, videos and PowerPoint presentations wherever there is an HDTV or monitor available to connect to using HDMI cables. You can also charge your phone while it is plugged into the adapter.
Remember that tweet we reported yesterday, confirming the September 8th launch of the Motorola DROID BIONIC? Supposedly, that tweet came from an "official" @DROIDBIONIC Twitter account. As it turns out, despite the apparent legitimacy of the account, Verizon and Motorola are both saying that it is a fake. PCMag.com is reporting that Brenda Raney, a public relations spokeswomen for Big Red, confirmed that @DROIDBIONIC is not an official Verizon Wireless Twitter feed. As for the manufacturer, Motorola spokeswoman Danielle McNally said via an email that it is not an official Motorola Twitter feed. Of course, this means that we still do not have confirmation of a September 8th launch of the smartphone. We would still leave the date circled on the calendar, but based on that previously leaked ad from Verizon, a September launch is still expected, although it just might not be on the 8th.
source: DroidLife, PCMag.com