Barnes and Noble are pulling their entire stock of Nook Colors off the shelves for the next two weeks in preparation for a Froyo launch, according to the official line.
SwiftKey has officially announced SwiftKey Tablet, the tablet optimized version of their revolutionary keyboard. This new version uses the split keyboard template they showed off last month. According to their blog
The hugely popular Pulse RSS Reader that is on both Android and iOS devices had the honor of being showcased during the Honeycomb press conference yesterday. The presentation showed an updated UI that takes full advantage of all the new developer toys that are being included in the latest build of our favorite mobile OS.
Check out the full press release after the break. If you have not downloaded Pulse, I highly recommend it!
While some of you may have been able to watch the Honeycomb Android event yesterday, not everyone was as privileged. Unfortunately, there were some people who had to work while you stayed home and took a break from shoveling snow. Thankfully, we have the powers of archived video to help!
Google’s Honeycomb event has come and gone, leaving us drooling over Android 3.0 and the awesome stuff that awaits us. In the chance that you were not able to tune in to the live show, broadcast from Mountain View, California, we’ll give you a few notes to bring you up to speed.
T-Mobile and LG make the Honeycomb running G-Slate official. We now know what to expect out of the tablet when it arrives, presumably at the end of March.
While T-Mobile and LG stay hushed about the Android tablet, we’ll take every tiny morsel we can get our hands on. The latest comes in the form of a YouTube cameo, complete with reference to its 3D recording capability.
The Barnes & Noble eReader has become a cost effective alternative to other Android tablets. Rooting the device allows for plenty of potential, including a working 3.0 version of Android.
Maybe Google wasn’t completely honest about making Honeycomb a tablet-only platform? Engadget got a tip last night that showed how to set the Honeycomb emulator in SDK from WXGA (1024
“A Taste of What’s New from Android” is the headline of an email Google sent to press today. They are hosting an Android-specific event this coming Wednesday, February 2, in
Here we are, the tablet wars are about to erupt with the release of the Motorola XOOM on February 17th. How does the flagship Android 3.0 honeycomb device stand up
Remember the weird zombie painting that was hidden away in Gingerbread? Turns out the Android team has hidden a similar Easter Egg in Honeycomb, and it’s already been found by
Motoblur: you either love or you hate it. But it seems like more hate it, so let’s just say many will be rejoicing that there will be no Motoblur on the
Fierce Wireless today is reporting that HTC’s CEO Peter Chou has confirmed that his company is indeed working on an Android based tablet, despite statements last year from HTC spokesperson Eric Lin saying that, at the time, there were no plans to build a tablet. (a lot can happen in this time, we know, this statement was made last July).
Apparently contradicting what Google’s Matias Duarte said at CES, an unnamed Google spokesman told TechRadar that “right now, [Honeycomb] is a tablet operating system.” TechRadar takes this to mean that