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Motorola XOOM Coming To Australia This May On Telstra

Motorola XOOM Coming To Australia This May On Telstra

Good news for the folk down under! Today, Motorola Mobility announced that the Motorola XOOM will be available in Australia on the Telstra Next G network this coming May. Warwick Bray, Executive Director, Telstra Mobility Products, said: “Motorola XOOM arrives at a time when Australians are embracing both mobile tablets and devices powered by Android in record numbers. Motorola XOOM’s […]

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Pressure From Tablets Like The iPad 2, Xoom & Playbook? Amazon Now Offering The Kindle 3G In AT&T Stores, March 6th

Pressure From Tablets Like The iPad 2, Xoom & Playbook? Amazon Now Offering The Kindle 3G In AT&T Stores, March 6th

With every tablet sold, Amazon chances of selling a Kindle to those particular customers dwindles. The success of the Apple iPad, along with the growing Android Tablet offerings should be unsettling to Amazon. All of these devices can provide the services of the Kindle, with much more to add. Now sure, we know that there is little to no glare […]

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Motorola XOOM Available At Verizon Wireless Feb. 24, It’s Official

Motorola XOOM Available At Verizon Wireless Feb. 24, It’s Official

Verizon Wireless and Motorola Mobility have announced the Feb. 24, 2011 availability Motorola XOOM tablet, which won the coveted CNET Best of Show award at the 2011 Consumer Electronics Show for being “the most potentially disruptive technology.” The first device to run Google’s new Android 3.0 Honeycomb operating system, the Motorola XOOM will be available for purchase from Verizon Wireless […]

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Motorola Xoom Will Not Ship With Adobe Flash, “Expected Spring 2011”

Motorola Xoom Will Not Ship With Adobe Flash, “Expected Spring 2011”

It won’t get any plainer than this; the Motorola Xoom will not be shipping with Adobe Flash 10.1. If you take a look at Verizon Wireless live site for the Motorola Xoom, you’ll see that the Xoom is only expected to have Adobe Flash by Spring 2011. For all we know, this could come in the summer. The bigger question […]

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