PC World reports that Google will tie its rumored Google Music service into its upcoming Android Honeycomb mobile operating system, a Motorola executive said at Mobile World Congress. According to The Guardian, Motorola Mobility chief Sanjay Jha suggested that the benefit of having its upcoming Xoom tablet run on Android Honeycomb is that “it adds video services and music services.” Also at MWC, Jha confirmed that the Xoom will cost $799 , unsubsidized, via Verizon Wireless, while the Wi-Fi-only version will cost about $600…

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