Google to shine a light on Honeycomb Feb. 2

Want to know everything there is to know about Android 3.0? So do we. CNET will be at an invitation-only event next week at Google to learn more.

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Google is hosting a Honeycomb-themed event with hands-on time.
CNET will be giving all the hands-on coverage we can of Google's Honeycomb event next week. Screenshot by Jessica Dolcourt/CNET

Yesterday we gave you a taste of exactly what's inside Google's Android 3.0 operating system for tablets, code-named Honeycomb. Next Wednesday, CNET is planning to bring you another hands-on view.

We received the above teaser invitation (logo and border our additions) to Google's Mountain View, Calif., headquarters. Google will be providing much greater detail about Android's tablet capabilities at the event, plus time for more hands-on examination.

We'll be there covering the news and getting our mitts on tablets, so check back in next Wednesday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. PT for all the goods.

Correction, January 31 at 10:49 a.m. PT: The headline of this post initially gave an incorrect date for the Honeycomb event. Google will be hosting that event on Feb. 2.