RE: Pure Android 3.0 Honeycomb for Motorola Xoom, no MOTOBLUR

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Jan 26, 2011 7:53:51 AM via Website

I'm very happy about that. I actually prefer having Blur on my Droid X because stock Android is missing a proper email widget, but from the looks of it, Honeycomb has things figured out and doesn't look like it needs reskinning. I am curious what HTC will be launching on top of Honeycomb once their tablet drops. And even more curious to see a tablet version of Launcher Pro or similar apps. Oh, the possibilities.