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Motorola Mobility Canada has announced the Motorola XOOM Wi-Fi is now available for purchase online from Best Buy and Future Shop, and will be available in-stores across the country beginning April 8. Providing higher resolution and more screen size in a smaller package than the leading competitor, the first device in Canada to run on
Today search giant Google, announced that they have “decided to bid for Nortel’s patent portfolio in the company’s bankruptcy auction.” Reports are placing the bid at 900 million dollars, and should help Google alleviate some of the burdens, which will undoubtedly come up against Chrome and Android. Here is a brief statement from the post
You didn’t think you would be left out did you Canada? Motorola Mobility Canada has announced that the Motorola XOOM Wi-Fi will be available in Canada this April. The Motorola XOOM showcases the innovations of the (Android 3.0) Honeycomb user experience – including widgets, true multi-tasking, browsing, notifications and customization Tweet
It looks like Samsung is really trying to impress us all before their March 22nd announcement at Samsung Mobile Unpacked, which will be a part of the CTIA 2011 Convention. Honestly, this video takes teasing to another level, and it has reenergized my interest and curiosity into what they will announce. True, we all know
If leaks and rumors about the HTC Thunderbolt are accurate, the delay behind Verizon Wireless’ first LTE device is the result of terrible battery life. From reports to Engadget, the HTC Thunderbolt battery is only lasting about “two to three hours from full to empty in some cases … making it difficult for testers to