Droid-Life reports that the WiFi version of the Motorola Xoom tablet has now started receiving the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean in the US. The update has now begun gradually rolling out to users though currently it is restricted to only those using the WiFi edition of the tablet. Continue reading “Android 4.1 update being pushed out to Motorola Xoom WiFi tablets”
Motorola Xoom WiFi getting OTA update to Android 4.0.4
Motorola Xoom WiFi edition users have reason to rejoice as the Google Experience tablet is finally getting an update to Android 4.0.4. This update to the latest edition of Ice Cream Sandwich has been long awaited by users.
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ASUS Transformer Prime will soon get an update with awesome features
The ASUS Transformer Prime is one of the hottest selling Android tablet in the market right now. Just yesterday ASUS posted in their official Facebook page that they are really excited about their new firmware update which will be bringing some awesome features. Now, ASUS Italia has shed some more light on what these features might be, read on to know more about this.
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Motorola Xoom 2 / Xyboard with LTE shows up at FCC
FCC listings suggest that Motorola has submitted a new tablet for approval. The device includes a CDMA/EVDO model and specifically the LTE bands used by Verizon.
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Adobe announces suit of tablet optimized apps
At Adobe MAX , the California based company launched a slew of tablet optimized apps to be made available for both Android and the iPad. The apps are focused towards users looking to use their tablets for creative purposes.
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Motorola XOOM Review
When Apple stunned the tech industry last year with their iPad and a few Android manufacturers were eager to get a slice of the tablet market. There was no tablet-optimised Android versions then, but that didn’t stop a few manufacturers from attempting to shoehorn Android Froyo (and Gingerbread) onto larger slates. The public didn’t buy into it, with many purchasers commenting that Android in its then iteration was ill suited for large slates.
Google has since released an Android version called Honeycomb, that was designed from the ground up with a larger screen in mind. While still icon-based, the UI was completely overhauled, now sporting a layout more similar to that of a desktop OS. With the Xoom, Motorola was the first manufacturer to launch a tablet based on the OS. But can they catch up with Apple, who has also made improvements with their second version of the iPad? Do read the FoneArena Motorola Xoom review.
Motorola Xoom Coming to India this Month
Motorola just informed us that they are bringing the Motorola XOOM Honeycomb Android Tablet to India later this month. The Xoom was the first Android Honeycomb tablet to be launched and is powered by a 1 GHz Dual Core CPU and features a 10.1 inch display. Continue reading “Motorola Xoom Coming to India this Month”
Android 3.1 officially announced, already available for Verizon’s XOOM
Google has officially announced first major software update for their newly launched tablet OS known as Honeycomb. At Google I/O, Google introduced people to Android 3.1 which brings some new features to users, and it’s currently available for Verizon XOOM 3G tablet. Continue reading “Android 3.1 officially announced, already available for Verizon’s XOOM”
Motorola Xoom WiFi-only version spotted , priced at $539
Folks at Droid-Life have got some interesting info about the upcoming WiFi only version of the Motorola Xoom Android Tablet spotted at a retailer Sams Club Continue reading “Motorola Xoom WiFi-only version spotted , priced at $539”
Motorola Xoom WiFi only version gets priced
Motorola Xoom finally gets priced with a price tag of £449.99. The electronics retailer PC World has just updated its Xoom pre-order page, which will be a welcome news for all those who have been waiting for the world’s first Android Honeycomb tablet. Motorola ensured reasonable pricing of their tablet, keeping in mind about their biggest competitor, WiFi-only Apple iPad 32GB .
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Motorola Xoom available at Verizon Stores
After its first appearance at the CES 2011 in Las Vegas, the world’s first Android Honeycomb powered tablet has been finally launched. Motorola Xoom is now available at your nearest Verizon stores (US Readers) . The Honeycomb tablet is priced at $599.99 with a two year contract. The Xoom features a 10.1 inch display, powered by an NVIDIA Tegra 2 Dual Core 1GHz processor with 3G and WiFi. Continue reading “Motorola Xoom available at Verizon Stores”
Motorola XOOM Photo Gallery and Video
You must have read about the interesting Motorola XOOM Specs and also seen our hands on video . Now we have some great photos to show you how attractive is the Motorola XOOM Android Honeycomb Tablet.You will find most of the important features highlighted in the photo gallery below. You can also find a video overview of the hardware below Continue reading “Motorola XOOM Photo Gallery and Video”
Video : Motorola XOOM Tablet Hands-On
FoneArena was at CES while Sloan had a chance to get his hands on the Motorola XOOM Tablet which is one of the first android tablets to run on Android 3.0 – Honeycomb. This version of Android is designed for tablets
Motorola XOOM Price = $799 ?
Motorola XOOM – the Android Honeycomb tablet from Motorola does surely have some impressive specs. But the tablet might not come cheap and will reportedly carry a minimum advertised price of $799 USD according to a document from Android Central. This might be the cost of the unsubsidized , unlocked version of the XOOM. While the tablet has been announced only for Verizon , it should be available on other networks too. Continue reading “Motorola XOOM Price = $799 ?”
Motorola XOOM Specs
We finally have the specs of the Motorola XOOM Android Tablet which runs Android 3.0 Honeycomb designed for Tablets. It’s the world’s first Tablet to be powered by Android 3.- and boasts some impressive specs. But the specs are incomplete.