If a leaked internal Verizon screenshot is to be believed, it looks like Motorola is working on a more affordable 16 GB model of the Motorola XOOM for the carrier.
I purposely put off writing my review of the Motorola XOOM for a couple of reasons. Partially because we already have a perspective from another AndroidGuys writer, but also because
Adobe has released an updated version to their original Adobe Mobile Connect solution for Android with its main focus of this release is geared towards Android tablet optimization. Adobe is trying
If you needed a reason to join one of the many bulk shopping clubs in the world, this could be it. Costco has listed the Xoom WiFi only version on
If you are a customer of the independent Cellular South wireless carrier and are in the market for an Android powered tablet, there is good news for you today! Cell South has announced that it will be bringing the Honeycomb powered Motorola Xoom to it’s customers, with a bit of incentive in the form of a MiFi hotspot (if you sign up for broadband service for the MiFi).
Didn’t see this one coming so close to CTIA. The Motorola XOOM has been spotted with Sprint branding, and the leak source looks pretty reliable. BGR has posted the image
Flash is coming to the Motorola XOOM on March 18th as a downloadable application. In the meanwhile, Verizon and Motorola are sending out a small update to prepare the tablet.
With words that might ignite a flame war that destroys the internet, one analyst bases his forecast of Android 3.0 solely on the Motorola XOOM.
Just this past week, I put my beloved T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy Tab on craigslist in anticipation of getting the first Android 3.0 tablet: the Motorola Xoom courtesy of Verizon Wireless.
Motorola’s stance is that they will try to get the 4G LTE update working on rooted tablets, but are not making promises.
When we last left off, the poor unassuming guy was enveloped by the Motorola XOOM. What is going on inside that space pod?
The age of Android 3.0 begins today with the release of the Motorola XOOM. Grab the 10.1-inch tablet at a Verizon store near you!
Confirming what has been widely expected, the 10.1-inch tablet will run $600 with a contract, $800 without.
Anxious to get your hands on a Motorola XOOM? While you can’t just yet, you can get your hands on the XOOM’s user guide, which has leaked out in .pdf
Motorola has put together a very handy reference chart for the three versions of the upcoming XOOM tablet. Three? Yep, there are GSM, CDMA, and WiFi flavors to choose from although the radio is the only difference we can spot between them.