Motorola Xoom Gets Update, Brings In Widevine DRM Support; Changelog Inside

Motorola Xoom, the Honeycomb 3.0 running tablet, has just received an important update that adds several new features, with Google Widevine DRM and SSL support being the key ones. There’s proxy support added too, besides the ability to view POP3 HTML mails in their full glory. Another important one is the ability to secure your tethered data connection with a WPA Pre-shared key.
Here’s the official Change log
1. Web Browsing and Data Access
  • Access and stay connected to Wi-Fi networks with added Proxy support.
  • SSL data transfer with websites is now supported.
  • WPA Pre-Shared Key pass-phrases are now supported when using the device as a Mobile Hotspot.
  • Supports Google Widevine DRM and HDCP.
2. Email and Messaging
  • POP3 HTML emails will display in their entirety.
3. Call Features

  • + Bluetooth® is now supported in Google Talk™.
4. Additional Device Features
  • Encrypted passwords can be entered during power up.
  • Calendar events will remain up to date after an installed software update.
  • Application storage errors will not appear unless the device has reached maximum storage capacity.
  • Safely dock the MOTOROLA XOOM into the docking adapter without interruption.
  • Ability to add and use a Bluetooth mouse.
  • A shortcut key for the Bluetooth keyboard has been added.
  • View and import pictures from digital cameras with Picture Transfer Protocol.
  • When using the device in accessibility mode, menus will no longer prompt with sounds.

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via Verizon Wireless