Xoom (WiFi) | Motorola
The modified Android tablet entices illiterate children to tinker, toy, and learn
Paragon has launched NTFS and HFS+ for Android, which allows users to mount a Mac or PC-formatted hard drive on any Android device that supports USB storage.
According to a presentation given by Andy Rubin in July 2010, Google expected to sell some 10 million Android tablets a year in 2011 and 2012 and capture up to a third of the entire tablet market.
Motorola's Xoom Wi-Fi model started receiving the official Ice Cream Sandwich update overnight, according to reports from Droid-Life, Android Central, and by our own tipsters.
Google has uploaded the source code for Android 4.0.3 to the Android Open Source Project and it includes support for the Motorola Xoom. Android hackers have already taken the code and begun work porting Ice Cream Sandwich to the tablet.
To say OnLive played on the HTC Flyer (finally coming "later this month or early next month") and Motorola Xoom ("later this year") work the same as their laptop and desktop counterparts do is more a compliment than anything else.