Interesting news coming out of Canaccord Genuity analysts T. Michael Walkley, Charles John and Matthew D. Ramsay today suggests that while Google's Android smartphones may be popular amongst many buyers, those same customers are turning to Apple to scratch their tablet itch.
Nowadays porting Android 3.x Honeycomb on different tablets is perhaps the hottest trend. This all started when Honeycomb made a hacked appearance on Barnes and Nobles Nook Color, and since then there is no stopping of this Honeycomb awesomeness being embraced by different tablets. Of course it took lots of hackery and some outstanding coding skills to make this happen and all credit for this goes to Android developers at different portals, forums and blogs. Most of these Honeycomb ports for different Android tablets have been consistently coming from XDA, and Toshiba Folio 100 isn’t an exception.
Android 3.0 Honeycomb mascot has arrived at the Building 44 on Google’s Mountain View, California, campus.
The SDK version of Android 3.0 Honeycomb has been ported successfully to Google Nexus One. Dubbed as Honeycomb N1 alpha v0.1, this tablet-optimized version of Android will bring all the goodness from the latest and greatest version of Android to Nexus One.
As Engadget reports, Google is ready to show us something new on February 2nd and has invited people out to its Mountain View headquarters to find out what.
Motorola is all set to announce a new product at CES 2011 to compete with the likes of Apple iPad, Android based Samsung Galaxy Tab and BlackBerry PlayBook.
Nexus Two rumor-discussion time! IntoMobile has received a tip from a “trusted source” who says that the potential launch date for Android 2.3 / 3.0 Gingerbread is set for November 11th.
By now, most of you would have heard about the upcoming Sony Ericsson PlayStation Phone. Internally codenamed as Zeus, the device is currently being tested on Android 2.2, as can also be seen in one of the images below. Android 2.3 / 3.0 Gingerbread will however be the shipping operating system when the device is out at the end of 2010, or early 2011.