Tag Archives: Xoom

Motorola’s gold Xoom giveaway

Have your eye on one of those fancy Motorola Xooms everyone is talking about? Don’t wanna spend $800 to grab one? Today’s your lucky day! Motorola is holding a Twitter based contest right now where two lucky retweeters will win a gold Motorola Xoom. Here’s how to enter: Head to this page right here, RT the Tweet that reads, “We gifted movie star… Read more

Motorola Xoom goes official

It seems rather odd that after all we’ve seen on the Motorola Xoom, release information surrounding the device is just now going official — it’s almost like Motorola and Verizon forgot they hadn’t already released it. Nonetheless, here it is: the Motorola Xoom will launch on February 24th for $599 dollars on a two-year contract, or $799 without. Data… Read more

New Thunderbolt and Xoom commercials surface

Continuing on in the Android is a power-house spirit Verizon’s advertising has taken in the past, two new commercials from Big Red have surfaced online: one featuring the Motorola Xoom, and one featuring the HTC Thunderbolt. The ad for the Xoom is short but sweet. We don’t learn much about the Xoom, except for two things: touching a Xoom will turn… Read more

How to Justify a $599 Motorola Xoom

The price point of the upcoming 10.1” Xoom Tablet by Motorola has been a major point of contention in deciding whether or not to make the investment. Speculation over the numbers has turned potential buyers into hesitant watchers. With more information being uncovered about the Xoom’s full and subsidized pricing seemingly ever day, the question arises:… Read more

Moto’s Jha speaks up on Xoom pricing

It’s been a good solid day since we’ve last talked about Motorola Xoom pricing, so why not eh? I know this is getting a little old, but there is some new information to share. Motorola’s Sanjay Jha sat down with Reuters recently, and has finally spilled the beans on a couple things. First, he said the unsubsidized version of the Xoom with Verizon… Read more

Motorola Xoom video surfaces confirming what we already know: WiFi and GSM versions exists

When it comes to the Motorola Xoom, pricing and availability are still two of the great mysteries surrounding the device. So far, we haven’t seen any evidence that points away from the well known and loved CDMA version of the Xoom launching at $800 on February 24th. We also know that a WiFi only version of the tablet certainly exists outside the US, and… Read more

WiFi-only Xoom passes through the FCC?

When Latin America GM Maurizio Angelone told Infobae last month that a WiFi only version of the Motorola Xoom exists, it was taken as good sign that eventually the US might land one of their very own. Well that was January 9th, and we haven’t heard a word since. We have heard some rumored pricing on the Verizon version of the first Honeycomb tablet, but… Read more

Ochocinco has a Xoom? Say what?

It’s not everyday a professional football player makes Android headlines, but when he has his hands on a Motorola Xoom, well now that’s a different story. Just last night, Chad Johnson, AKA Ochocinco, sent out a Tweet saying “I just received the new Motorola Xoom Tablet and its pretty awesome, thank you @Motorola but you won’t be getting this back!!!!”… Read more

Video: Motorola Xoom Super Bowl promotion

Motorola hasn’t been one to take advertising lightly in recent years, and their newest Super Bowl related promotion is a testament to that. The spot, shown below, doesn’t feature much more than some specs and some incredibly obvious rips on Apple — “2011 looks a lot like 1984,” “ONE AUTHORITY, ONE DESIGN, ONE WAY TO WORK. . .” — but it certainly gets the… Read more

Motorola Europe product director says Blur coming to Xoom

Frightening image via Gizmodo Yikes, here’s an awkward moment in daily tech news. CNET is reporting that Motorola’s director of Android product management in Europe, Jonathan Nattrass, stated that Motorola’s socially obsessed UI, Blur, will come to the Xoom tablet in an update. Wait…an update? So, if this story is correct, consumers will take home… Read more