I guess this is what Dan Morrill meant when he said that Honeycomb has no minimum hardware requirements: that screenshot on the right is from a T-Mobile G1 running Honeycomb.
The big hype is all about dual-core processors for your Android device. Yup, folks, Android is the only system running on dual-core devices. I mean, iOS running on a dual-core?
Here is another pic of the Honeycomb statue, all setup for display. Credit for the image goes to Chris DiBona on Twitter.
UPDATE: In my excitement I forgot to attribute this picture to Dan Morrill who tweeted it out. Our apologies Dan and thanks for posting the Honeycomb goodness! I am going
We can add USA Today to the list of companies who have already released an Android 3.0-optimized application. The news giant dropped their Honeycomb flavored app into the Android Market
When we last left off, the poor unassuming guy was enveloped by the Motorola XOOM. What is going on inside that space pod?
The age of Android 3.0 begins today with the release of the Motorola XOOM. Grab the 10.1-inch tablet at a Verizon store near you!
For a brief period of time tonight, a tablet-optimized version of the Android Market was among Google-published apps listed in the web version of the Android Market. Though the detail
You’ve been playing with the preview Honeycomb SDK for some time now, it’s time to do the real job. Google has given the green light for the final Honeycomb SDK to go online, and here it is
Anxious to get your hands on a Motorola XOOM? While you can’t just yet, you can get your hands on the XOOM’s user guide, which has leaked out in .pdf
Yes, no, yes, no. That’s what it has been like the last month trying to figure out if Honeycomb will appear on smartphones or not. But during the Q&A after his keynote at MWC, Google’s Eric Schmidt mentioned something very cool:
Well, it’s MWC week, so of course there are some new apps (or new app versions, rather). The following apps were all announced either yesterday or today, and they’re all designed specifically for use on Honeycomb.
Samsung put all the rumors and leaks to rest today at MWC, officially showing off the Galaxy S II and Galaxy Tab 10.1. The Galaxy S II is being billed
It seems that rumors of Android 2.4 are back, but in a different form than we’d heard before. Rather than 2.4 as the next named release, Ice Cream Sandwich, word