Motorola XOOM will be getting their first Honeycomb Android 3.0.1 software update tonight which will prepare the tablet to receive Flash Player 10.2 from the Android Market.
Verizon was supposed to ship Flash Player 10.2 with the XOOM at launch, but it was later delayed due to some reasons and is now soon going to be available for download for Motorola XOOM.
The next generation Motorola Olympus, which is said to have the dual-core processor was recently found on sale at a flea market, atleast that’s what the person who took the photos said.
Finally some support has arrived for Apple and Steve Jobs regarding the Antennagate issue. This support however is of a different type than expected. TechCrunch has reported that users of Motorolaâ€™s latest flagship smartphone, Droid 2 are facing similar signal reception problems as with iPhone 4. The report also mentions that in their phone testing, Engadget found the signal reception bars to â€˜fluctuate endlesslyâ€™ raising the suspicion of a possible problem.
Droid 2 is the sequel to Motorola’s one of most sold phone ever, the Motorola Droid. It packs some really handsome hardware with some nice features over the original Droid.
Engadget has done a detailed review on Motorola Droid 2 giving us a good look at it’s good and bad aspects.
First, Adobe showed Flash 10.1 in action on Droid X and now they have shown it again on the new Motorola Droid 2. Flash 10.1 will be pre-installed in Motorola Droid 2 and Adobe even mentioned that Droid X, Droid Incredible, Samsung Galaxy S line and Motorola Milestone.
Android 2.2 for Droid Incredible has leaked and the Froyo ROM with Sense is now available for download. It is based on the upcoming OTA for Droid Incredible.
According to XDA, everything in this Android 2.2 for Droid Incredible ROM works fine!
An image leaked yesterday of Android 2.2 running on Droid X, and like I alwas say, yes, it could be fake but you never know if it realyl is an actual one.
It is rumoured that Droid X will be getting a Froyo update by next week. No confirmations yet from Motorola.
Motorola is still wondering whether or not to released Android 2.2 (Froyo) for Motorola Milestone, but looks the as usual impatient modding community has finally brought Froyo to Milestone.
Folks over at ModMyMobile have build a custom ROM for Motorola Milestone of Android 2.2 (FRF91) running flawlessly other than the camera app (which ofcourse will be fixed soon).
The new Motorola Droid X is facing a lot of troubles lately. First, the users reported that they are facing screen issues with Droid X and now, itâ€™s Wi-Fi. Droid X users report that they are facing problems connecting to Wi-Fi network and poor performance once the connections is established.