Motorola when it decided to settle with Xoom Corporation instead of battling out a trademark infringement lawsuit involving the "Xoom" name.
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we confirmed, as well as Verizon Wireless themselves, that the aging and old Motorola XOOM tablet was indeed getting upgraded to Android 4.2 Jelly Bean. To our amazement they haven't forgot about that old tablet, and now we're happy to confirm it's finally hitting devices. Although Verizon's initial report had a typo, this isn't 4.2 Jelly Bean, it's 4.1.2 instead.
Motorola XOOM 4G LTE is far from the newest tablet available at the moment. In fact, at this point it is probably more accurately described as being one of the oldest. But even with that, it looks like the updates will continue. In this case we are looking towards those who happen to sporting the Verizon branded XOOM 4G LTE.
Jelly Bean to the world they also stated the Motorola XOOM would be one of the first to see the update. Then Motorola confirmed the news, but we all assumed the Verizon 4G LTE XOOM would be slow to see such an update, but that might not be the case. It appears that Jelly Bean could be rolling out now for the Verizon XOOM.
Jelly Bean to the Motorola XOOM. After announcing the update at Google IO for a few of their devices, the Motorola XOOM is the last Google experience device to see the update -- not counting the Verizon Galaxy Nexus.
Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, is ready to roll out to the masses and Moto would like to give it a test run or "soak test" first. Here's what we know:
Motorola Xoom on Verizon we have good news. After the WiFi model received the update to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich what seems like forever ago, the Verizon 3G 4G LTE version is finally set to receive the much anticipated update. While it isn't quite rolling out today, we expect to see it arrive for devices within the next 24-48 hours.
the KegDroid, uses a Motorola XOOM connected with a tiny electronic controller to both secure and properly dispense what made Milwaukee famous. Naturally, it's all encased in a display that shows off everyone's favorite little green robot.
Businessweek asked Page about which Android tablet he prefers, the executive made an answer that shouldn't surprise anyone: he's a fan of Motorola and Samsung's designs.