Make your own honeycomb flash grid for under $10 with this simple hack. All you need are straws, black plastic and a sense of humour.
When mankind is no more, we can leave behind proof of our existence with the Superman Memory Crystal. Yay us! An artist and a beekeeper employ 80,000 bees to make sculptures out of honeycomb, and the Drone It Yourself kit lets you make anything fly. All that and more on this week's Crave.
The new Android Gmail update provides Honeycomb tablet users an ICS-like experience, including custom notifications for labels. We'll show you how to set it up.
Donald Bell takes a First Look at Toshiba's thinnest, lightest Honeycomb tablet yet, at .3 inch thick.
In response to Tech Republic's postmortem on Android tablets, CNET's Donald Bell comes to Android's defense a little, and outlines a separate set of reasons for the failure of Honeycomb.
The carrier will begin pushing Android 3.2 to the tablet in 2012 but anxious users can grab it now.
Nearly one year into Android 3.0's lif, new data confirms that users are not buying Honeycomb tablets.
The software is available as an over-the-air update, and includes access to applications, a redesigned interface, and much more.
Every tablet needs a hook, so what does the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus have that other tablets don't?