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Motorola XOOM 4G LTE upgrade starts tomorrow

Motorola XOOM 4G LTE upgrade starts tomorrow

The Motorola XOOM will finally be getting its long promised 4G LTE upgrade starting tomorrow. When the tablet first launched back in February, customers were told that it would initially only support 3G and that a 4G upgrade would be arriving shortly, but that was delayed to late summer with a time frame of sometime in September. Thankfully, the wait should be over soon, with the upgrade program kicking off tomorrow.

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Motorola KORE could be new 4G LTE tablet

Motorola KORE could be new 4G LTE tablet

Motorola's most recent domain splurge could have tipped the name for the company's next device, with several variations of Motorola KORE being registered earlier this week. It's unclear at this stage whether the KORE is a phone or a tablet; one suggestion is that it could be Motorola's successor to the XOOM, potentially running Android Ice Cream Sandwich and set for release later in 2011.

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2011 The Year of NVIDIA dominating Android Superphones and tablets

2011 The Year of NVIDIA dominating Android Superphones and tablets

The year 2011 has been a time of many advancements for Android, not least of all in the land of processors. In the United States, the Motorola ATRIX 4G was the first dual-core Android handset to hit the shelves, while the first dual-core tablet was the Motorola XOOM. Besides both of these devices being Motorola, what's do they both have in common? They've both got the power of the NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor inside. From the very start of this dual-core revolution here in the USA, NVIDIA has been dominating the market.

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Verizon Offers $50 Discount For Phone And Tablet Combo

Verizon Offers $50 Discount For Phone And Tablet Combo

Verizon is now offering a special discount for customers that purchase a smartphone with a new 2-year contract between August 1 and 31. The discount is for $50 off a 3G or 4G tablet purchased at the same time. This combo package applies to all Android tablets offered through Verizon as well as the iPad 2, with the only exceptions being the original iPad and the WiFi Galaxy Tab 10.1

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Motorola XOOM 4G LTE Upgrade Confirmed For September

Motorola XOOM 4G LTE Upgrade Confirmed For September

Motorola XOOM 3G customers who have been patiently waiting for the promised 4G LTE upgrade, have gotten a little worried in recent months as rumors emerged that the company was pushing a new tablet and leaving previous customers in the cold. Well, thankfully that's not the case and the company has just begun sending out emails to confirm with customers that the upgrade will be happening sometime in September.

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Motorola LTE Tablet Hits The FCC, Could Be The XOOM 2

Motorola LTE Tablet Hits The FCC, Could Be The XOOM 2

What looks to be the new Motorola XOOM LTE tablet has just passed through the FCC today, signaling an imminent launch. This is good news for some but also upsetting for original XOOM customers still waiting for the 4G LTE upgrade. The FCC documents list the device only as IHDP56LU2 but reveals several interesting details on what could be the Motorola XOOM 2.

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Motorola cuts Xoom WiFi price to $499

Motorola cuts Xoom WiFi price to $499

The last time we talked about a price cut for the Motorola Xoom was back in April when the tablet got a price cut in the UK to £479.99. The Xoom didn’t exactly sell like Motorola had hoped in the US or in the UK. The tablet was overpriced in some geek's opinions and just couldn't match the iPad and shoppers didn’t buy in volume. The price cuts will certainly help the Xoom sell.

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Motorola CEO: “We take phones away from people and they start crying”

Motorola CEO: “We take phones away from people and they start crying”

Motorola Mobility CEO Sanjay Jha has admitted that the company's research into phone design and functionality has led to tears among users, though the chief exec is more curious about the potential for consolidation with a mobile software business. In an interview with Fortune, Jha suggests that phone manufacturers acquiring each other is not necessarily the best approach, and that instead "consolidation across content manufacturers and hardware and software manufacturers" has more potential value. Given Jha threw out all software on Motorola's phones but Android, could the CEO be hinting at a potential Google merge?

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