Not to be denied in the tablet party, Motorola has its Android-showpiece Xoom tablet on view at Mobile World Congress. But Motorola Mobility also made a number of key software upgrades during the show, some of which are of particular interest to its enterprise and consumer customers. For starters, Motorola is leveraging its recent acquisition of 3LM to build corporate e-mail and top-shelf security into its Android devices. It's also launching MotoConnect, a software platform formed from the merger of Motorola's Media Link with ZumoCast. Further, there's an updated version of Motoblur, Motorola's much-touted mobile social networking platform, which now offers a host of new client applications like Connect Music, and also Aloqa, the mobile push platform, and also MotoDev, a developer network for Motorola solutions that use Android 3.0 Honeycomb.