Archos reveals plans to launch its Gen 9 series of tablets in June of this year with specs that put it in line with Apple's newly released iPad 2.
Motorola will offer its Wi-Fi only Xoom for $599. Can it steal some iPad 2 customers?
Apple's iPad 2 showed dramatically improved graphic performances over the first-gen iPad and Motorola's Xoom tablet in a series of benchmarking tests.
The iPad 2 event made an impression on more than just Apple fanboys: Samsung will rethink its Galaxy Tab 10.1 as a result.
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.
Adobe promises that we'll see the release of Flash Player 10.2 for mobile devices in "a few weeks."
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.
Best Buy posted the product page for Motorola's Xoom tablet on its website, listing a February 24 release for the $799 GSM/CDMA radio-equipped model.
It's official: The Motorola Xoom tablet will cost $799 for the wireless-enabled version, $600 for the Wi-Fi-only model.
A Best Buy pre-order page lists the price of the Motorola Xoom at $1,199.
Apparently February 9 couldn't come soon enough: Well before HP's scheduled press event, details have started to surface on the so-called Topaz and Opal tablets from HP Palm.
Pocketnow discovers that Motorola has been filing for "Xoom" trademarks all around the world, hinting at a major product launch.