I am using my Droid Bionic plugged into a Samsung NP-QX410 via a stock VZW ECOMOTO USB cable. I'm running PDANet on a 4g connection. Though the Bionic shows it is charging, it consistently loses ground all day long. I can make it just over half a work day, then I need to plug the Droid in to the wall and use the coffee shop wifi for an hour before I jump back on the 4g. The hour charge is good enough to keep me going till the battery drain is a good reason for me to leave the coffee shop before they close. Is anyone else experiencing this? Charging should be charging not draining more slowly, but I guess the USB port is to blame for not pushing out enough juice. I thought I would ask because on day 1 or 2 of the Bionic rollout, I remember reading about someone experiencing different charge rates from stock Verizon cables. I'll buy a different cable if needed - even if it is from a Sprint store or wherever. I plan on buying an extended battery during the sale. That should at least make give the Bionic a bigger pool to drain power from. Thoughts? suggestions? My thanks!