When Google releases a new version of its Android software, it places a large statue based on the version's codename on its lawn, for geeks to worship. You may also leave offerings of food, iPhones and code branches near the statues in a bid for more stable bug fixes from the Google gods.
Honeycomb is the tablet version of Android, and the Motorola Xoom will be the first gadget in shops to have it.
The Honeycomb effigy features a huge bee menacing a cringing Android robot. We think this means Google is angry with us. We hope that sending our first-born children to Montesorri school will placate our information overlords.