Slated to reach consumers on June 8, Samsung's new Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablet will sport the latest version of Honeycomb, Android 3.1.
Google has made Ice Cream Sandwich official. Click here to see the chocolatey new logo and reveal a clutch of new features in Honeycomb.
Meet the Archos G9 tablets, two tablets packing Android Honeycomb 3.1 and a fistful of features that range from the impressive to the just plain weird.
We play around with the latest version of the Honeycomb OS.
Google's update to its tablet version of Android is available today, and the phone-capable sequel called Ice Cream Sandwich is due in the fourth quarter. With them, people can plug in USB devices and rent movies.
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Sony is the latest company to hop on board Google's Android tablet bandwagon, according to a report. It's working on a PlayStation-certified device running the Honeycomb software.
The software is available as an over-the-air update, and includes access to applications, a redesigned interface, and much more.
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.
CNET gets hands-on with the new Google TV Honeycomb update, finding some improvements to the interface, but an overall frustrating user experience.