Android Honeycomb

Motorola XOOM Wifi-Only on Pre-Order at Staples NOW

While this isn't the cheapest place we've seen the tablet on pre-order or for sale yet, the wifi version of the Motorola XOOM Android 3.0 Honeycomb tablet is now showing up at Staples. It is there that you can pre-order the tablet for a price starting at $599.98. You are allowed to reserve yours right up through March 23rd, 2011, and your shipment of the tablet (and whatever else you order with it) will be shipping on March 25th, with the latest orders arriving on the 28th, guaranteed.

Motorola XOOM Wifi Release Schedule Detailed in Full

The ever-so-lovely tablet of all Android users' dreams will soon be coming to their favorite retailers' doorsteps in bulk. You'll be able to purchase this fabulous tablet at Amazon.com, Best Buy, Costco, RadioShack, Sam's Club (select locations), Staples, and Walmart, all of them getting the 10.1-inch widescreen tablet for $599 MSRP. The initial rollout of this tablet will be March 27th, 2011. Get your hundreds out!

WiFi Xoom Tablet $599 preorder at B&H

Motorola's WiFi only variant of the Xoom has been spotted at the online retailer B&H for $599 on pre-order. The B&H ad is the first we've seen that offers pre-orders on the Xoom on immediately. That may satisfy your need to lay down the plastic, but patience can be a virtue. We noted last month of Sam's Club's plan to sell the Android 3 (Honeycomb) tablet starting March 27th for $539 (membership required). But if you really want it now, there's always the 3G version on sale at Sam's for $599 on a two year contract.

Flash Player 10.2 Leaked for XOOM [Works - Video Proof/File]

We've got it all right here, right where you want to peek at it. Links and videos and all that good jazz. You want to watch ESPN on your Motorola XOOM, and the preparedness update today just wasn't enough for you? Or perhaps you never received that update OTA, and you still just cant let go of the fact that you don't have Adobe Flash Player 10.2 yet? Well heck, man, here it is. Not only is it here, we've got video proof of the thing in action, so fear naught!

WeatherBug for Honeycomb [REVIEW]

Have a look with us at the most dominant weather app in the Android world, this one optimized not only for Android 3.0 Honeycomb, but specifically for the giant screens that Honeycomb is meant for. This is WeatherBug, an app made by WeatherBug Mobile, and we've got it working on the Motorola XOOM. This app is not only free, it's utterly professional, and the ads that make it free are basically completely hidden (or built in so well you don't even notice them as out of place.

Vendetta Online for Android [Motorola XOOM] [REVIEW] [VIDEO]

Behold a game that's been out since 2004. I'm not kidding. Today while I was hanging out in the game, taking my final screenshots, a man told me he'd been playing the game for 6 years. Does that say something to you about the amount of gameplay you can potentially get out of this app? Quite a bit, yes. This is Vendetta Online, a game which has JUST this week come to Android for play on the Motorola XOOM which is of course running Android 3.0 Honeycomb. It's a science fiction massively multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG) that you'll now be interfacing with via your singular XOOM screen. It's an entire universe - will our XOOM window into it survive with the rest of the ranks?

Motorola XOOM Available Now at Sam’s Club

Sam's Club online now has the Motorola XOOM sitting there looking lovely at $599.74 attached to a 2-year data agreement including 5GB or data at $50 a month with $10 per GB overage fees. This is the 3G version of the tablet (the same one we've got here that'll be able to be upgraded to 4G LTE soon, and it ships free. No sign of the Wifi-only version yet, but heck, you don't want that one anyway, do ya?

Android 3.0 Honeycomb Secret Bee

We were tapping around our Motorola XOOM a little bit, looking for object to post about, and what should we find? A big fat bee! In a similar manner to easter eggs of the past, this one's found on everyone's favorite screen. Open up your Settings screen, click on Info, and find the Android version 3.0. Click the Android version bar repeatedly. Over and over and over again until whoa! What's that big bee doing there?! He is buzzing.

Motorola XOOM Review [The Big One on Android Community]

Hello and welcome to our official slick and clean review of the Motorola XOOM Android 3.0 Honeycomb tablet. We're pretty much totally used to titling the tablet right alongside the name of the first operating system to function upon it, Android 3.0 Honeycomb, since Google worked closely with Motorola to make this tablet the optimal environment to show off what their first tablet-centric OS was meant to do. This tablet is also set to be hooked up with Flash player and 4G LTE connectivity via Verizon in the near future, though since this tablet is being released now without either, we must go on to review without! But there's plenty to speak about - a while new piece of hardware and a whole new age in Android, all rolled up into one. Let us discuss our initial judgement for this singular window into sweets.
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