Verizon Tablet Release Could Be Set For Fall 2010 (REPORT)
The Financial Times has dug up additional information about a tablet that Motorola and Verizon reportedly have in the works.
According to the Financial Times, the tablet will be running Google's Android operating system, have a ten-inch screen, and "tie closely to Verizon's FiOS digital pay-television service." "The Motorola tablet's integration with TV is a key competitive advantage against rival developers," the FT writes.
The device could be out in the U.S. as soon as fall 2010.
According to the New York Times, at a party earlier this year Google CEO Eric Schmidt "told friends [...] about the new device, which would exclusively run the Android operating system."
See CNN's report on the rumored Motorola/Verizon tablet below.