While millions of Android users are still waiting to be upgraded out of Android 2.3, Google is already updating a few of its already-fully-updated devices to a new version of Android.
Motorola wants you to unlock your phones and tablets.
The latest version of Android is being rolled out to Motorola's Xoom tablet.
While more than 97% of Android devices still haven't received an Ice Cream Sandwich update, Google is already updating the few devices that are already running ICS.
A shamefaced Motorola Mobility has admitted that it shipped more than 100 refurbished Xoom tablets - without wiping the former owners' data.
The curtain has officially been lifted on the successor to Motorola's Android-powered Xoom tablet - the Droid Xyboard.
Apparently Motorola doesn't think the "Xoom" name has gained a lot of strength over the last several months.
Motorola has unveiled the successor to its widely publicized but not-so-widely purchased Xoom Android tablet.
For the first time, owners of tablets like the Motorola Xoom and Samsung Galaxy Tab running Android Honeycomb, will finally be able to stream Netflix content on their device.
If you've been waiting months and months for the 4G upgrade you were promised when you bought your Xoom, the wait is finally over.
It will be quite some time before anyone starts looking at something like the Xoom or Sony Tablet as a serious competitor to the PS3 or Xbox 360, but with some help from Nvidia, it might happen.
Hulu has just added support for its first Android tablet, but it's not the one you might expect.
With the TouchPad selling out and folks focused this week on the likely arrival of the iPhone on Sprint, I figured it would be fun to write about some of the tablet backstories that aren’t being talked about.
Android may be making an earnest dent in Apple's tablet stranglehold, but there is one market the iPad is still absolutely killing.
If you read the Philadelphia Inquirer or the Philadelphia Daily News, here's some good news of your own.
It looks like there are new Motorola phones coming from Sprint.
It's possible that only 25,000 Xoom units have been sold to date.
If you want to make an Android 3.0 tablet, you need need to meet specific requirements.
The Motorola Xoom is currently the most viable alternative to the iPad, at a similar price point and form factor. But is it doomed to fail because of the lack of Honeycomb-specific apps in the Android market?
The Xoom was the guinea pig for Android 3.0, but now Google is saying it wants to improve the experience before it starts deploying the new operating system wide-scale.