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Here is the latest pair of pics leaked of the very much anticipated Honeycomb tablet from Motorola. We already knew a lot about the specs of this device and we had already seen a few pics as well.
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If you have been enjoying all the good and productive stuff your Android smartphone and tablet offer you, then here is something more productive you can do with those Android gadgets. You can control your home with them. I’m talking controlling everything electrical in home from lights to TV to washing machine to geyser. This is a new concept what Google has been working on and is called Android @ Home.
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Google calls Android the Linux of smartphones. So the OS, that is Android, is open source. But recently, Google closed the source code of Honeycomb, version 3.0 of Android. The reason? Google says that the OS is not built for smartphones, it’s built for tablets. So it doesn’t want developers taking advantage and building apps on it which can be used on smartphones. The result? Only OEMs and a few developers get the source code of Honeycomb.
Android 3.0, codenamed Honeycomb, finally got an official logo by Google, and the logo is very attractive, at least for me.
Google has developed a version of Android, which is the Android 3.0, and codenamed Honeycomb, which is optimized for tablets. The OS has not yet made the official appearance in the world yet. It is expected to be done next month on the Motorola Xoom. Developers will also get the SDK (available already), so that they can start developing their apps for the platform. Below are some screenshots of the OS. You can see that the OS is widget-rich with many complicated and beautiful widgets.
Toshiba has also stepped into the tablet war with all other major manufacturers, and unlike most others, the company has started a new website only for the tablet. You can find the website here. The site gives almost all the info you need about the tablet, but there are a few details missing.
Google’s Honeycomb was rumored to be releasing in January at the CES. But now, there is a new rumor saying that the OS may come to us sometime in March. Which is the true rumor?
We all know that Motorola has some big plans for an Android tablet at CES 2011. We also have seen leaked pics of the Motorola tablet as a proof. Now, the company has a new teaser video for the tablet. The video is completely dramatic, but kind of catches your attention.
Andy Rubin, the creator of Android, showcased the version of Android for tablet computers, the Honeycomb. He used a Motorola tablet for the presentation, which leads to a conclusion that the first Honeycomb tablet will be a Motorola.