Droid vs. Pre vs. iPhone: A Cost of Ownership Reality Check

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Verizon Wireless is launching its Android-based Droid handset on Friday, and already confusion is swirling about how much the new handset will cost you. PC World’s sister site, InfoWorld, reported on Tuesday that it will cost an extra $15 to use Droid’s built-in Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync feature.