Tag Archives: Motorola Stingray

DROID XOOM to come without 4G

Motorola’s dual-core Honeycomb packin’ tablet has been subject to leaks and rumors as far back as at least September. Since then, the device has gone through so many names, it’s hard to keep up with them. We’ve heard Stingray for a long time, MZ600, MotoPad, Everest, Trygon… just about the only one we haven’t heard is the new title given to the device… Read more

Hardware buttons are optional with Honeycomb

Taylor Martin from PhoneDog posted a leaked image of Motorola’s Stingray tablet late last night. I know, another one? This one, however, sent in by a tipster, shows off omnipresent Home, Back, and Menu buttions that appear in the notifications bar. No matter the orientation of the device, the buttons are right where you would expect them to be. The dull and… Read more

Video: Motorola tablet running Honeycomb and Maps 5.0

Andy Rubin let loose some great information on upcoming products at the All Things D: Dive into Mobile conference last night. During his interview, he whipped out a dual-core Motorola tablet with NVidia 3D (no name was given, though Stingray seems a likely bet) and it was running Honeycomb, the next major Android release. Rubin used the slick tablet–sans… Read more

Sanjay Jha: No tablet until 2011

Well now this is interesting. Sanjay Jha , co-CEO Motorola, showed up at the Deutsche Bank Technology Conference yesterday where he shared an interesting bit of info about Motorola and their plans on tablets. According to DR. Jha, he “will only develop a tablet if it is sufficiently compelling. Hopefully, that is early next year.” Funny considering… Read more