Android 3.2 is an incremental software release to the Android Honeycomb platform, and offers some new features which help Android scale better across varying screen sizes.
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Motorola Xoom owners are going to begin receiving their over-the-air upgrades for Android 3.1 soon. If you’re impatient, we may have a little trick to help you force the update.
The Google I/O Android developers conference kicked off today with a bang. Google just gave away one Limited Edition Google I/O Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1″ Android Honeycomb tablet to each person in attendance.
It’s April 20th and the LG G-Slate is now available at select stores, and of course, through T-Mobile. G-Slate brings with it some familiarity with Android Honeycomb, but what separates this tablet from all of the others is the 3D functionality. You’ve got that right, this is the first 3D tablet. Where have you been?
Google has recently been under heavy fire from developers and nay-sayers alike, basically in an uproar over the fact that the Android Honeycomb source code has not yet been released. “See, Honeycomb isn’t open source!” and “Google is being greedy!” are among the top comments. Well, guess what folks? Maybe it’s you that’s being greedy.
After doing some heavy digging in the Samsung website root directories, we’ve landed all of the official Galaxy Tab 10.1 press photos, way before they’re officially released. Check them out, they’re as legit as it gets.
Android Honeycomb finally gets its long overdue Flash Player, so Android tablet owners and hopefuls can now rest easy. Get the Android Honeycomb Adobe Flash Player 10.2 download today.
Motorola Xoom users will be getting a little boost via an Over The Air upgrade happening in advance of the March 18th Adobe Flash 10.2 release.
Flash for Android 3.0 Honeycomb is almost here. Adobe just announced they will be releasing Flash Player 10.2 on Android Market on…
The Notion Ink community is eager to get their hands on Android 3.0 Honeycomb. With fans growing eager, there’s currently a bounty in excess of one thousand dollars if you can deliver the goods.
Motorola Mobility just announced they will be bringing the Wi-Fi only version of Motorola Xoom to Germany in Q2 2011. It will be available in one color, and that color is Titanium.