This morning we got a look at Motorola's new tablet, the Xoom, running on the Android 3.0 Honeycomb operating system.
Google and Verizon
LAS VEGAS--Part of Verizon's keynote address this morning was devoted to one of the more talked-about devices to come out of this year's CES: the Motorola Xoom.
The much-anticipated Xoom is the first device to run on the tablet-optimized version of the Android operating system, called Honeycomb. During Verizon's talk, we got a look at the tablet and the software it runs on.
Here, Mike Cleron (right), principal software engineer at Google, joins Verizon President and Chief Operating Officer Lowell McAdam (left) and Motorola Mobility CEO Sanjay Jha during the address.