Tag: Honeycomb

  • The Tablet race….Android catching up?

    According to a report released by Strategy Analytics tablet sales have taken a 331% increase from the second quarter of 2010 to the second quarter of 2011, pretty good numbers! The powerhouse iPad went from a 94% to 61% in the same time-frame, Android is the next leading OS leaping from 3 to 30%.

  • ASUS Eee Pad Transformer TF101 (Updated)

    Many of us have been holding out for a tablet that can pretty much replace our desktop/laptop at home. Asus seems to have come up with a great product that can do just that for some of us. This powerhouse includes features such as 10.1-inch gorilla covered multitouch display, 16gb/32gb storage, 1GHz Nvidia Tegra 2 […]

  • [DISCUSSION] Are there too many tablets to choose from?

    Seeing how saturated the market is with netbook’s and tablet’s these days, we want to know what you think. Are there too many options available that make your decision harder when deciding what to purchase? Or do you feel like you should have several choices available?
    Either way, the decision’s not always easy for everyone so this article will help those who are currently shopping for one and aren’t sure what to do.

  • Honeycomb ported to 3 HTC devices – Evo, Incredible and Desire HD

    The title says it all. If you don’t already know, Honeycomb has been ported for use on the HTC Droid Incredible, HTC Evo 4G and the HTC Desire HD. This isn’t the official update that everyone’s been talking about or hoping for but it’s definitely a start in the right direction. Keep in mind, there are a few bugs to be worked out but hey, it’s available.

  • Google’s Holding an Android, Honeycomb Event February 2nd

    The title and image says it all. Google will be giving you an in-depth look at Honeycomb, demo devices and Android’s ecosystem February 2, 2011 at Google’s headquarters in Mountain View, California.

  • UPDATED AT&T Focusing more on Android – Wanting to be #1

    Update! It appears the two carriers are clashing for the title of #1 Read on to find out more about the discrepancies! For months now users of AT&T have asked why aren’t there more high end Android devices available? Most of us imagine it’s because of the iPhone popularity, which is probably going to change soon. With AT&T no longer having the iPhone all to themselves they are finally putting more focus on Android devices.

  • Details from Google – Android 3.0 (aka Honeycomb) for Tablets

    Details have emerged giving you specific features of Google’s Android 3.0 and they look mighty fancy. We all know that Android 3.0 (aka Honeycomb) is the next major release of the Android platform and is optimized for tablet devices. There have been rumors that Honeycomb may be available for smartphones but there is no discussion of that in these details.

  • Google’s Matias Duarte talks Honeycomb, tablets, and the future of Android

    At CES 2011 Engadget had a chance to sit down with Matias Duarte, the man behind webOS, the Sidekick and the Helio. He’s also now heading up Google’s user experience for Android.

  • What’s going on at CES? We can tell you!!

    You all may already know that The International CES is the world’s largest consumer technology tradeshow. This year it took place starting January 6th and runs until January 9th. Several websites are there and reporting what they have found to be interesting. We aren’t there this year but have already made plans for next year so don’t you worry!

  • Honeycomb System Requirements – Tablet’s Only?!?

    We know that the upcoming Android Gingerbread won’t have minimum hardware requirements, but that may be a different story for Honeycomb, Google’s tablet-optimized version of Android. But will it hurt the Android by making it fragmented?