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Device Index Motorola
PC World: Motorola moves far fewer Xoom tablets and Atrix smartphones than expected, apparently.
Mobile Burn: Motorola admits reported issues with the voice quality on the ATRIX 4G are real.
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.
eWeek: The cell phone maker wanted to make sure its tablet PC was priced competitively with Apple's iPad 2.
Is Motorola's Android 3.0 tablet the first true iPad challenger? Read our consensus review of the Xoom for the details on performance -- how it runs Android apps, conducts video chat and more.
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: AT&T's latest Android-run mobile device sells for $149.99 with a two-year contract.
Motorola's Sanjay Jha suggests that when the Xoom ships with Android 3.0 it will include a digital music offering backed by Google.
BGR: Successor to supersized Android smartphone may soon be unveiled.
InformationWeek: The telecom giant plans to start taking preorders on Feb. 13 for its first 4G smartphone.
Mobile Burn: Best Buy Grand Rapids Facebook page leaks possible release date for highly-anticipated answer to the iPad tablet PC.