In a briefing with Motorola's Jonathan Nattrass, the company's director of Android product management in Europe told us is all about bringing the "social aspect" to Android. It will come to the Xoom as a software update.
At the same event, Dave Burke, director of engineering for the Android team at Google, told us the Xoom was its flagship device for showing off the tablet version of Android, version 3.0 Honeycomb.
That would usually imply "pure Android," without any customization by the manufacturer. But Motorola says the Xoom being Honeycomb's go-to gadget won't stop the company from putting Motoblur on the tablet.
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