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Motorola Atrix & Xoom headed to Sprint with WiMaX 4G [Rumor]

This is just a rumor for now, so don't get to excited. I will mention that this rumor is said to be coming from a reliable inside source. So take it as you will. Apparently Sprint plans to keep things going in the right direction. After the EVO 4G made a huge entrance into the mobile market they've not really had anything big since. Many fans can't wait for the next big Sprint device. They haven't said much though, and that worries us.

Android Loads webpages faster than Safari, or does it?

Earlier today there were a few reports about Android and it's browser speeds in comparison to the iPhone 4 and Apple's Safari. Showing that android was just about 52% faster at loading web pages. That is a pretty bold statement, and would be awesome if it was completely true. The website optimization firm Blaze came out with a study that basically showed Android having a very large lead over Apple and Safari. The story has now been proven to be a little inaccurate.

Sony Attempts Hiring Koush, Gets Faced

Sony has been clicking around these internets quite a bit lately it appears, having a look for underground or otherwise simply undeniably talented developers to hire for their R&D team. One of the people they found most recently was Android OS hacker Koushik Dutta (aka Koush.) - if you do not know, Koush is an acclaimed fellow, having been posted about thousands of times across the web, most recently here on Android Community for his efforts in rooting the Motorola XOOM. Upon trying to recruit KD to their team, Sony received a rather pointed reply.

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!

Motorola XOOM OTA Update for Flash Out Now [VIDEO]

Before we continue, lets again be clear that this update does not GIVE YOU Flash Player, it only paves the way for you to be able to download and work your Flash Player download which will be available officially on March 18th via the Android Marketplace. In addition to Adobe Flash Player 10.2 support, this update includes improvements to daylight savings time. Weird! Below we've got a video sent in by a fan of Aphex Twin that appears to be the download screen leading to the update.

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.
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