Motorola’s PR firm just sent us a new teaser video which confirms our earlier speculation that the Honeycomb tablet we saw a couple weeks ago will be making another appearance at CES next month. The video centers on the evolution of the tablet from ancient Egyptian hieroglyphic tablets to the modern ... Read More »
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We can probably add Droid Pad (and apparently Trygon?) to the growing list of possible names for the upcoming Motorola Honeycomb tablet as the latest photos clearly confirm the long standing suspicion that Motorola’s tablet is coming to Big Red.
An Engadget tipster snapped these new images; if you want to ... Read More »
We got some solid details on the Motorola Stingray/Everest/Motopad when Andy Rubin took the stage with it earlier this week, but he didn’t fill in all the puzzle pieces for us and today a few more are being slotted into place courtesy of a reported hands on with the device.
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When Andy Rubin talks about Android, you better take notes because he is the godfather of Google’s mobile OS and he spills the goods each time. At last night’s D: Dive Into Mobile conference he showed off an unannounced Motorola tablet running Honeycomb and shared some details about how his team ... Read More »
About 45 minutes into the interview, Rubin pulled what looks to be an approximately 9-10 inch Motorola ... Read More »
Several months ago we reported that Motorola and Verizon had scored an exclusive on an upcoming version of Android, which we believed to be Gingerbread. It turns out that information was off, but I believe the mix-up came from my trusted source who was referring to Gingerbread as Android 3.0.
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It has been a little over a month since we saw Verizon’s last leaked roadmap, but new details have emerged over at Engadget that paint a clearer picture of this coming holiday season. Some devices have been cancelled, some have been delayed, and several still remain a mystery. Read on after ... Read More »