it was a huge deal that there was a $100 discount on the normally $599 Android 3.1 Honeycomb NVIDIA Tegra 2 dual-core 10.1-inch HD widescreen tablet known as the Motorola XOOM? Well, turns out that the group themselves has the tablet at that same price starting today. They've also go the Verizon 3G w/plan version at $599 and the Verizon 3G w/o plan version for $799. This is another clue as to how soon it'll be before we see the "4G" version of the tablet being released, that being the upgrade to the version you're seeing on the market right this second. The question stands now though: will the re-release of this tablet cost $599 again?
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Xperia PLAY camp, what with its lovely selection of PLAY-specific applications we love so very much to review, its tough not to see the Sony Ericsson XPERIA Neo as simply the non-slider version of the legendary PlayStation phone. That said, the Neo does have its uniqueness, and it's certainly aimed at the mid-tier group looking for that top-tier excellence without quite hitting the Xperia ARC level of coolness. WIll the XPERIA Neo find its place in our hearts, or will we keep attempting to push out the bottom to play Tony Hawk? We shall see!
“How-To” videos for Verizon’s Droid 3; from the clips we can confirm it runs the same Gingerbread version of Motoblur as the newly updated Droid X. The HTC Sensation and Sony S2 tablet hit the FCC this week, both headed toward the AT&T network.
Sony Ericsson Xperia PLAY for $0.01 at Amazon what we've got here now is another sale for 89 cents more, that being the Xperia PLAY again at Wirefly for a grand total of $0.99, that being also attached to a 2-year contract, but this time with Wirefly Mobile Backup Service Free for Life, plus a $25 Android Market card for games and apps. In this case you're also looking at around $60 a month with Verizon.