ASUS’ Transformer Prime is, arguably, the hottest Android tablet in the market today and it has finally been rooted! Step-by-step guide available after the jump!
When Google first took the wraps off its Honeycomb release of Android at CES in January, the world sat up and took notice - was Google going to finally do to the world of tablets and the iPad what it did to the smartphone market? Would Honeycomb kick start the Android tablet space and create some competition for the runaway success Apple was enjoying with the iPad?
Not willing to be upstaged by Amazon and its Kindle Fire announcement, Samsung has also gotten in on the launching spree by showing off its own 7-inch tablet - the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus. On a side note, Samsung really needs to get someone working on their naming convention.
According to a new report published today, it appears that Google is gearing up for the release of Android 3.1 Honeycomb for their Google TV-powered smart TV platform.
Google’s Google TV platform for smart TVs hasn’t really picked up yet because of the great number of issues and limitations that it has. It’s selling so poorly that Logitech slashed its Google TV set top box Revue’s price from $249 to $99 to get rid of unsold stock.
Google Search is Google's oldest service, and perhaps the one the company is the most well-known for. While it still holds the highest market share in the US and most parts of the world, the Mountain View company announced today quite a few enhancements to make the service work better on tablets.
Is this lovely slab of glass Google's next reference Android handset? If we are indeed looking at the 3rd Nexus phone, it would point to HTC being the manufacturer of choice once more after Google dropped the company it used for the Nexus One in favor of Samsung when it came time to bring the Nexus S into the world. But that isn't the only note-worthy aspect of this leaked photo. Not by a long shot.
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.
Google today announced a raft of new products and features at its I/O event in San Francisco, a couple of which stand out above the rest. Here we offer a short rundown of what we think are the most interesting things to come out of Google today.
Android 3.0 Honeycomb mascot has arrived at the Building 44 on Google’s Mountain View, California, campus.