I am not a fanboy of the iPhone for many reasons (see this from my UI hero Bruce Tognazzini for a few: http://www.asktog.com/columns/080Springboard.html ) and I have a love-hate affair with my G1 (great apps and platform vs somewhat spotty t-mobile service, slow dialing, and somewhat weak battery performance).
Bearing this in mind I am following the hyped up DROID offering from Verizon - I am hoping that failure to meet the hype (as is often the case) will not result in folks shying away from the android platform. This is the nice thing about how T-mobile handled the G1 release - not much hype so the phone sells to interested parties on it's own merits (and acceptable defects). Anyway, as I /still/ have not canceled my verizon account for my blackberry, I am looking forward to seeing the new offering from Verizon (http://www.eweek.com/c/a/Mobile-and-Wireless/Verizon-Wireless-Hypes-Motorola-Droid-Phone-As-Everything-Apple-IPhone-Isnt-331506/). Maybe a phone upgrade is in my future.
EduTech content? Yet, another (widely available) platform for the development of mobile apps and distribution of 'want-it-now' content.