Motorola Launches Tablet Teaser Site With Countdown

This year's CES will be quite the event for Motorola. With expected Android-based handsets and the ever popular Honeycomb-equipped Everest, we will be seeing a lot of impressive announcements out of the company. And, of course, there is a lot of hype regarding this new ultra-powerful tablet, so much that they have released an official countdown.

Android Community Daily Wrap Up: December 20th 2010

As we near closer and closer to the end of the year, the hot topic of the technology community is, of course, CES 2011. We know that Motorola has the Everest to show off, Verizon has some LTE devices to announce, and we expect to see quite a bit of Android news coming out of CES next year. We will be there covering it all! We covered a lot here on Android Community today, for a full list of news check after the break!

Motorola Posts “Tablet Evolution” Teaser Video

We all know that we are going to see a very impressive Motorola tablet in the first half of 2011, we have even seen the device demonstrated by Google's Andy Rubin. However, that is not stopping Motorola from teasing at it's upcoming announcement with a new video posted to their YouTube channel.

Motorola Everest Launch Party Superbowl Sunday?

The Motorola Everest seems to be shaping up to be one of the most impressive tablets of 2011. We have seen it in many leaks, and it was even shown off by Andy Rubin at the D: Dive Into Mobile conference. Now the rumor is that the Super Bowl will be the outlet to announce the upcoming tablet.

High Resolution Pictures of the Motorola Everest

To our surprise, we saw Andy Rubin pull out a Motorola Android 3.0 based tablet at the D: Dive Into Mobile conference on Monday. However, the video that was released showed the device, but it's not the high-res goodness we would appreciate, that has all changed with photographer Asa Mathat posting some high-resolution photos of the device from the conference. [caption id="attachment_20514" align="aligncenter" width="540" caption="Click to enlarge"][/caption]