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Google Honeycomb event Feb 2nd 2011- what they have for us

Google Honeycomb event Feb 2nd 2011- what they have for us

What dos Google have in store for us at the Honeycomb event on Feb 2nd 2011? Hard to say, since we’ve had a preview of the Honeycomb SDK, seen any new Android tablets from CES, and heard about Honeycomb being designed for tablets, but that it may make it’s way to smartphones too? We hope [...]

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Android tablet development gains interest after CES

In a poll conducted by Appcelerator and IDC (research firm) with 2200 developers, 92% said they were “very interested” in developing for the iPhone, while 87% said the same for Android OS smartphones, which is a 5 point increase from the same poll done 3 months ago. Android tablet development has picked up 12 points [...]

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The next version of Android is not called “Ice Cream” – Andy Rubin

It appears that Google’s Andy Rubin may have leaked the name of the next Android OS to Michael Arrington and Jason Kincaid of TechCrunch a while back. It came about in a conversation about the then future release of the Google Nexus S, which has now been launched. We know that Google names their OS’s [...]

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Android Beats iOS in Mobile Market Shares

It was a few months coming, but we all knew it was going to happen eventually given the constant rise in Android activations and the constant decrease in RIM’s activated devices. This number will no doubt be impacted somewhat, or at least slow down the rise when Verizon iPhone4 officially starts activating devices in February [...]

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Android 3.0 Honeycomb has no hardware requirements

Rumors have been spilling everywhere online about Google’s Android Honeycomb setting hardware requirements for manufacturers who wish to build for the platform. Whether it be dual-core, 1GB RAM, etc, we haven’t heard Google comment on any of these as of yet, even after 3 days of CES 2011 in Las Vegas. Why is that? Dan [...]

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ViewSonic ViewPad 4 running Android 2.2 – video

The ViewSonic ViewPad 4 seems like its a smartphone, with it’s 4.1 inch touchscreen display. However, ViewSonic is pitching this little tiny device as a tablet…we don’t know why. It’s smaller than other smartphones that have been launched over the past few days at CES. But hey, it’s their product right? The ViewPad 4 doesn’t [...]

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Dish Network now supports Android Tablets

Dish network has supported Android, iPad and Blackberry devices since the app came out last summer, but now with all the tablet announceents, we see Dish bringing the Dish Remote Access app to Android tablets as well, allowing users to remotely watch their Dish TV over broadband or sling device. The app is free and [...]