The release of Research In Motion's BlackBerry PlayBook tablet may have been pushed back one month due to the lack of touch screens brought on by an Apple's hunger for iPad 2 components.
Analysts say sales of the Motorola Xoom and Motorola Atrix 4G have been so miserable, the company is expected to generate more than $1 billion less in revenue this year than previously predicted.
It's official: The iPad 2 handily beats its rivals in nearly every category, according to Consumer Reports' testing.
Speculation has come to a head that Motorola is creating its own Web-based OS, all while the company confirms its commitment to Android.
Motorola will offer its Wi-Fi only Xoom for $599. Can it steal some iPad 2 customers?
We compare the heir apparent of Apple's tablet throne, the iPad 2, to the up-and-coming Motorola Xoom.
In the wake of Apple’s iPad 2 announcement, few competitors stand poised to upset what looks like another year of total iPad domination.
The newly-announced European prices of the Motorola Xoom put the device in a good place to compete with Apple's iPad.
Xoom Corp. is suing Motorola over the Xoom trademark, claiming it has been using the name to promote its financial services for eight years.
The Verizon 4G LTE network will launch in roughly three months, requiring a complimentary hardware upgrade for all Motorola users, according to a leak internal document from the wireless provider.
Rob Enderle goes hands on with Motorola’s new Android Honeycomb tablet, discovering a solid but unremarkable iPad competitor that fails to wow.
Verizon Wireless officially confirms pricing for the Motorola Xoom, with a price deduction for customers willing to sign up for a two-year data plan commitment.
Adobe promises that we'll see the release of Flash Player 10.2 for mobile devices in "a few weeks."
With competition in the tablet sector heating up to a veritable inferno, education-focused tablet-maker Kno may sell off its hardware business, and put all its attention toward software development.
A Verizon Wireless product page for the Motorola Xoom confirms the release of the GSM/CDMA radio-equipped model this Thursday, with the added note that Adobe Flash support is coming Spring 2011.