VIDEO: Google Shows Off Honeycomb/Android 3.0

Tagged: Android 3.0, google, Honeycomb, Software, Technology
Source: Toms Guide - Read the full article
Posted: 3 years 42 weeks ago

"Today at the Consumer Electronics Show, Google previewed Android 3.0 and informed us that we can expect an improved Web browser, refined multi-tasking, elegant notifications, access to over 100,000 apps on Android Market, home screen customization with a new 3D experience, and redesigned widgets that are richer and more interactive..." | more

 

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falmatrix2r
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i was dissapointed, hoped microsoft had a special tablet vesion too and when i seen the ASUS tablet with win7 on it..gahh...

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Yeah, the spammers are all over Toms site. We don't get as much traffic and we use some really good spam detection filters. :)

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LOL at spammers in Tom's Hardware's website. :D

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Wow!! I love that video. If Android 3.0'll be available for x86, then I'll be golden, since I'd love to have Windows 7, Android, and KXStudio/Dream Studio in one tablet with a detachable keyboard and 128GB SSD, but then the hard drive won't be cheap ($200+ at NewEgg).

I'm wondering if it's possible to setup a separate /home partition that can be used by a studio distro such as Dream Studio, KXStudio, or Ubuntu Studio (Dream Studio and KXStudio is actually a step up from Ubuntu Studio configured correctly from the ground up).

HTPC: AMD Athlon X2 4050e CPU with 780G ATX motherboard running Windows 8 DP (4GB) and Ubuntu; Server: AMD AII X2 240e CPU with 880G-based ATX motherboard running Ubuntu Server 10.04 LTS (8GB)

2 pairs of Insignia NS-B2111s (front/rear), Pioneer SP-C21 Center Speaker, and 12" Velodyne Sub

Just ordered HP Pavilion dv7-6165us from QVC. Will have it by next Friday.