InformationWeek: Will WiMax boost the fortunes of Motorola's tablet PC?
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PC World: Motorola moves far fewer Xoom tablets and Atrix smartphones than expected, apparently.
InformationWeek: Despite millions of iPads sold, tablets have yet to find a place in the business world.
InformationWeek: Although Google's tablet flavor hit the market a month ago, there are still only a few dozen apps available Honeycomb.
PC World: True, the tablet isn't a laptop replacement, but that's part of its charm.
eWeek: Polycom's telepresence platform allows Xoom users to share content via video.
InformationWeek: Android 3.0 Honeycomb-based tablet to soon become available in a Wi-Fi only configuration.
InformationWeek: Here's why you should skip subsidized iPad competitors--such as RIM, HP, Samsung, HTC and others--and pay full price instead.
eWeek: The cell phone maker wanted to make sure its tablet PC was priced competitively with Apple's iPad 2.
InformationWeek: With Honeycomb, Androids makes the leap from glorified smartphone platform to a true tablet OS.
BGR: The first tablet PC to run on Google's Honeycomb (Android 3.0) platform is now available for purchase.
The Inquirer: Tweet indicates Motorola will open up its tablet PC, which ships with Android 3.0 Honeycomb OS, to other platforms.
BGR: Latest of the so-called iPad killers will go for &599.99 through Verizon Wireless on Feb. 24th.
Mobile Burn: Best Buy Grand Rapids Facebook page leaks possible release date for highly-anticipated answer to the iPad tablet PC.