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Motorola XOOM 2 and XOOM 2 Media Edition official

Motorola XOOM 2 and XOOM 2 Media Edition official

Motorola has officially revealed its next two Android tablets, the XOOM 2 and XOOM 2 Media Edition, each running Android 3.2 Honeycomb. The Motorola XOOM 2 has a 1.2GHz dual-core processor, 10.1-inch display and 10+hrs of quoted battery life; the Motorola XOOM 2 Media Edition, meanwhile, has an 8.2-inch display, the same processor, and 6hrs+ of battery life. Both have 5-megapixel main cameras and 1.3-megapixel front cameras.

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Motorola XOOM 2 priced for pre-holiday launch

Motorola XOOM 2 priced for pre-holiday launch

Launch details and pricing for the Motorola XOOM 2 tablet have leaked, tipping the new 8.2-inch Android slate as hitting the market in time for the holidays. Those in Ireland will be able to pick up the XOOM 2 for €399.90 ($545), Engadget's leaked Carphone Warehouse flyer suggests, for the WiFi-only version complete with Android 3.2 Honeycomb.

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Motorola DROID 4 leaked in Beta build photos

Motorola DROID 4 leaked in Beta build photos

It appears extremely likely that the photos and specifications you're about to see belong to none other than the fourth in the basic-named DROID line from Verizon and Motorola. This is the DROID 4, if I may be so bold, ladies and gentlemen, and it looks rather similar to the rest of the very recent stylings of the Motorola family, having the same bent-in corners, dual ports (microHDMI and microUSB), and overall look of both previous DROID models and the ATRIX 2, the DROID RAZR, and the unconfirmed next-level XOOM tablet.

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Here’s why the DROID RAZR is the ideal Android for today’s mobile landscape

Here’s why the DROID RAZR is the ideal Android for today’s mobile landscape

Let me tell you here why Motorola presented the ideal phone for a person like me this week in New York City. And also let me tell you why I'm sad it didn't come out several months ago. First, the positives - they all begin with the heavy metal that makes up the majority of this device. Then let's speak about how thin and lovely this device very much appears to be. Then we'll speak about how even though I will be switching to the Galaxy Nexus sooner than later, you certainly don't have to. This is the DROID RAZR, the greatest Motorola smartphone ever created and soon to be at once the thinnest and the toughest to break smart handset on the market.

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Motorola DROID RAZR teased again, now with more hump! [Video]

Motorola DROID RAZR teased again, now with more hump! [Video]

We're less than a day away from a Motorola event taking place in New York City that'll be the place where the newest handset from the manufacturer will be revealed. What we know at the moment is limited, but given the brand new teaser site released today, we're getting a pretty clear idea of what it COULD mean to see this next generation "Faster. Thinner. Smarter. Stronger" device. The first clue is a square image that shows off two bits of information - one, that the back or side of the device will be rounded ever so slightly - two, that the back of the device will have a rather nice hump on it - is it on the top or is it on the bottom?

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Motorola XOOM 2 and Spyder leaked photos appear

Motorola XOOM 2 and Spyder leaked photos appear

When a leaked set of photos of a device, or in this case two devices: the Motorola Spyder (aka DROID RAZR) and XOOM 2, are released with carrier logos splayed across them, it generally means that release time is near. We've learned this year that this isn't always true, but on the whole we can judge a leak by its cover. Here what we're seeing is a brand new handset and a second-generation tablet on the way straight out of the generally-ok photo takers hands. Motorola, will you bring the heat inside 2011?

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Motorola Xoom 8″ & 10″ leak together, 4G LTE confirmed

Motorola Xoom 8″ & 10″ leak together, 4G LTE confirmed

The Motorola Xoom 2 has leaked again today, this time being spotted hanging out with his little brother. Here we have both of the new Motorola Xoom's in the 8" and 10" form factor smiling for the camera. Apparently the tipster has also confirmed they are both rocking 4G LTE, but that to be expected and we'll probably see Wi-Fi models also. Is it just me or is this new design looking pretty neat?

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i’m watch offers Android on Your Wrist at a Premium

i’m watch offers Android on Your Wrist at a Premium

While this isn't the first time we've seen an Android wristwatch, it's certainly the most expensive. At 249 euro at their minimum and 14,999 euro on the higher end, you'd better know what you're getting into before you get this "i'm watch" for your mother for her birthday. This Android-based watch the Blue Sky group say is "compatible" with iPhone 4, all Android devices, BlackBerry, and Windows Phone 7, and the version of Android the watch itself will be running will be "a customized version" of Android 1.6. How on earth this group came to the conclusion that this ancient pre-2.0 version of the Google mobile OS was their best option for the watch we're not sure.

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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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MotoActive Tipped as Athletic Oriented Android Watch for Motorola

MotoActive Tipped as Athletic Oriented Android Watch for Motorola

Motorola has has one other Android-based device in its potential ranks before, that being the seemingly very similar Tracy XL, this name being in place because it was to be aimed at the lovers of said last name of the original wristwatch-clad Dick Tracy, investigator deluxe. Now we're seeing several watches of a slightly similar build come through - back in December of 2010 we saw the Sony Ericsson LiveView, just this June the first we got to see a glimpse of the Tracy XL in part of its lovely glory, then even so recent as this morning we're privy to some hands-on feels for the WIMM Wearable Platform, again running Android.

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