Android 3.1 Honeycomb

At IO 2011 Google Paints the Android Vision

At IO 2011 Google Paints the Android Vision

Day one of Google IO has come to a close. After sifting through my notes and processing much of what I saw and heard, it's clear the theme of day one was Android's potential. All though Google did highlight some key features and made Ice Cream Sandwich official, they were vague about many of the specifics about future Android releases. What they did do however was tell a broader story about where Android can go.

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Exclusive: Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 unboxing by Vic Gundotra

Exclusive: Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 unboxing by Vic Gundotra

On the morning of May 10th, 2011, live at Google I/O, we were given an exclusive unboxing and hands-on of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 by none other than Vic Gundotra! Have a look with us at this device that will soon be given to every single attendee of the conference, a device that will go down in history as one of the mega-devices! We've already had a couple looks at this tablet as of late, but this is the big one, let me tell you. Once we get this device in our possession in ernest as well, we'll be giving you all the info you need on it to engrain it in your brain for need to purchase in the future.

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Android Update Alliance Announced at Google I/O

Android Update Alliance Announced at Google I/O

In a move that basically made the audience flip out and pull their hair out with excitement, Google announced that they'd soon be working with carriers around the USA and UK to create guidelines for device updates. What does this mean to you? It means that you'll essentially KNOW what will be happening with your device in the future instead of guessing if it'll be receiving an update to the newest Android version before the end of its lifespan. Is this good news? Heck yes, it's basically the best news ever!

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Android Honeycomb Update To 3.1 Announced At Google I/O

Android Honeycomb Update To 3.1 Announced At Google I/O

We're inside the opening keynote at Google I/O and they've announced an update to Android Honeycomb to version 3.1. The update will begin rolling out today starting with Verizon's Motorola XOOM 3G devices. It will bring several new user interface enhancements including improvements to the task switcher and widgets.

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