Motorola wants to know if you're ready to "skip a generation" at the CES6
The Motorola Olympus and the Motorola Etan are expected to show off dual-core processing in a pair of Android smartphones for Motorola and Verizon respectively. That doesn't rule out a smartphone being displayed for Sprint and/or T-Mobile. The dual-core, Honeycomb powered Motorola Everest/StingRay tablet that Andy Rubin carried around at the D: Dive into Mobile conference a couple of weeks ago should also be attracting a crowd at the show.
With the promise of a speedy new processor breathing fresh life into both the handset and the tablet industry, this time what happens in Vegas will get spread around the globe quickly.