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Confirmed: Telstra Launching Motorola Xoom In May

Those rumours that were floating around last week have proven to be correct, as Telstra’s just announced that it’ll be launching the 10.1-inch Android 3.0 tablet in May 2011. While pricing details are yet to be revealed, the tip-off is that it’ll be available as an outright purchase or with a mobile repayment option. [

Sprint's Bringing Out A Motorola Xoom, Judging By This Leaked Pic

Verizon Wireless will have some competition in the shape of Sprint’s Motorola Xoom, judging by this leaked photo that’s shown up with a badged corner. AndroidAndMe is hearing the tablet will launch in April, and support 4G. [SprintUsers and AndroidAndMe via BGR]

Motorola Xoom Wi-Fi Available March 27 For $US599

If you don’t need 3G or 4G or any Gs at all, Motorola’s Xoom Wi-Fi will be arriving in US stores on March 27 for $US599.

Motorola XOOM Software Update Will Enable Flash Download

Verizon Wireless is pushing out a software update for Motorola XOOMs today, which will allow users to download Flash Player 10.2 from the Android Market when it becomes available next Friday, March 18. The update also includes clock adjustments for daylight savings time. [Verizon]

Unlocked Or Not, Motorola Promises To Grant 4G To Your Xoom Tablet

Future Motorola Xoom owners who enjoy messing around with their gear, rooting their gear or otherwise modifying it in some way, take note! Motorola is promising to accept your tablet with open arms during the “send it away” 4G upgrade process, no matter what.

Will A Wi-Fi Xoom Only Cost $US540 At Sam's Club?

We know that a Wi-Fi-only Xoom is out there, lurking. And according to Droid Life, it’s going to be showing up soon at Sam’s Club for the entirely reasonable price of $US540. Assuming it’s a 32GB model, that undercuts iPad 2 by a cool 60 bucks.

Specs Still Matter (Or: iPad 2 Vs Motorola Xoom)

Apps are the most important part of any tablet right now. But great apps need great hardware to run, no matter what Apple says.

Motorola Xoom Review: The Future Of Tablets (Whether You Like It Or Not)

It’s taken almost a year to get here. The first tablet to matter since the original iPad. The Xoom is the first real Android tablet. It arrived ahead of the iPad 2 by a hair. Since it’s living in the “year of iPad 2”, as Apple put it, it seemed only fitting to wait to drop judgment until we’d seen everything the iPad 2 had to offer. Frankly, there’s no way the Xoom could live up to everything it needs to be. It’s not even done yet, really. It has problems. But it’s still very good. It’s the first non-iPad tablet worth buying. And it’ll get better.

The Motorola Xoom Spills Its Guts

Beauty, as they say, is only skin deep. So let’s take a look at the Motorola Xoom’s hypetastic insides, shall we? There aren’t too many surprises in iFixit’s tablet teardown, but if you want an up close look at that sweet Tegra 2 – and a cheat to bump it up to 4G hotness right away – head on over there now. [iFixit]

Motorola Xoom Tablet Costs $US600 With Contract; $US800 Without

Boy, tablets cost a fair whack, don’t they? $US600 on a two-year contract at Verizon, or $US800 without – either way, the Motorola Xoom tablet is a few hundred too many for me. Pick one up from Verizon Wireless from this Thursday, along with 1GB of data for $US20 monthly. [PRNewswire]

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