Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Motorola Xoom Review
When the Motorola Xoom became available, it arrived with considerable fanfare. In part, this was because it was the very first Android tablet to ship using the much-anticipated "Honeycomb," or 3.0, version of the Android OS, the first one designed specifically for tablet computers. Until that point, the most recent version of Android seen in tablets had been 2.2 ("Froyo"), the same one you’d find on Android phones. The OS got the job done, but it could not inherently take advantage of the unique features of the tablet form factor—most notably, the larger screen size...