I just went to YouTube to see what some hands on the Xoom as I don't know much about Android, Honeycomb and the Xoom in general. First thing that shown up is the Xoom advert, so I though ok lets see this. An advert where there are loads of soulless people dressed in white wearing white earphones(reference to Apple? ) but one individual is not, which has a Xoom. Beside that wasn't suble enough, on the display of his Xoom you can see he was perhaps reading something George Orwell's 1984. This was nothing new to my eyes, and Motorola came from already a very horrible teaser which wasn't original already. Now, I remember that in a recent Google I/O keynote this reference was used - in my opinion incorrectly - already by them referring of course to Apple market share of the iPhone. I'm flummoxed... are other company at least be able to make their own marketing and ads without using what Apple used more than 20 years ago? Originality much?