Motorola will phase out the "Xoom" tablet name that it hasn't used in two years. That must be hard.
Google has confirmed that the Xoom and Nexus S will not be treated to the firm's latest mobile operating system, Android 4.2.
Motorola has claimed that consumers are ready to store content online rather than using expandable storage on its tablets.
A solitary picture of what's purportedly a new tablet from Motorola has appeared online, with the latest gadget from Moto looking a lot slimmer than its predecessor, the Xoom.
The iPad 2 is an awesome bit of kit – but plenty of people are looking for a tablet that doesn't come with an Apple logo on the back.
Motorola's Xoom tablet successor is reportedly being tested – apparently offering up rather nifty specs that include a quad-core processor Nvidia processor and a much higher resolution screen.
Google has begun rolling-out the Android Honeycomb 3.2 operating system, starting with owners of the Motorola Xoom tablet.