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Posts tagged Android 3.0 (Honeycomb)
NVIDIA CEO – Jen-Hsun Huang is one smart guy, and has helped make NVIDIA on of the top tech companies in the world of GPU’s. Most recently, Huang went on the public record, and said that it is quite safe to assume that concerns and issues surrounding the initial batch of Android-powered tablets “have been largely addressed”, and that things are only going to get better and better. If we can all recall the glory days back to when the original handset was launched, and how far Android has come, and how many devices, countries, and carriers it has gone More >
We already know (or think we know) that Google TV will play a big role at Google IO next week, under the veil of Android. But if you connect the dots it seems like Google may be planning a powerful foray into the gaming market that could compete with traditional gaming consoles like XBOX360, PS3, and Wii. Let’s follow the trail of clues:
- First of all, we expect Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) and Android 3.0 (Honeycomb) to merge with Google TV in the source code for the upcoming release of Android x.x (Ice Cream Sandwich).
- That’ll lay a lot of behind the More >
A new report claims that NVIDIA has announced they will not offer the necessary Android 3.0 Honeycomb driver update to earlier versions of the companies popular Tegra 2 SoC processor. Lots of Android tablets currently being offered could be endanger.
The Tegra 2 chip which is a pretty old chip (by industry standards) and it has been offered in three versions thus far. Now only the two oldest versions are not getting Android 3.0 driver support Betelgeuse and Harmony (both codenames). The third and newest version of Tegra 2 named Ventana will get the updated Android 3.0 drivers.
The Android Honeycomb defeatists have already declared the Xoom a flop. While this might be true in financial circles, where savvy investors are looking for the companies that offer the best combination of high margins, and willing hordes of zombie like consumers foaming at the mouth for the latest product they release, Android users a bit too smart for this nonsense. Thankfully, a company called Asus has truly stepped up to the plate and created something magical. Read below for our detailed review and comparison on why we think the Asus Eee Pad Transformer is a particularly innovative and compelling More >
TAIWANESE HARDWARE FIRM Asus has released the source code for Google’s Android Honeycomb operating system on the product page for its Eee Pad Transformer tablet.
On the support page for Asus’ flagship hybrid tablet, anyone can download the kernel source code for the Honeycomb operating system. It is named Version V188.8.131.52 on the website and is a 97MB file. This is despite Google not releasing the code and also delaying the release of the operating system to developers.
Google has released the software development kit for Android 3.0 Honeycomb, which it made available at the end of February.
Asus is playing by the rules More >
We’ve been sent a message by HTC asking us to update our notes here about the HTC EVO View 4G. Apparently when we reported yesterday that Sprint’s HTC EVO View 4G was to ship with Android 3.0 Honeycomb, they’d jumped the gun on their website, which is where the whole world looks for solid info. Now consider this: what does Gingerbread mean for the world of Android phones? HTC EVO View 4G will certainly be upgraded to Android 3.0 Honeycomb soon after it’s released, but does this mean the Gingerbread wave is finally upon us?
What I speak of is of course a More >
Have a look with us at the most dominant weather app in the Android world, this one optimized not only for Android 3.0 Honeycomb, but specifically for the giant screens that Honeycomb is meant for. This is WeatherBug, an app made by WeatherBug Mobile, and we’ve got it working on the Motorola XOOM. This app is not only free, it’s utterly professional, and the ads that make it free are basically completely hidden (or built in so well you don’t even notice them as out of place.
When you first open the app, you notice one thing – your location More >
If you reside in the United Kingdom and have a hankering to own the new Android Gingerbread tablet out of the HTC stable, the HTC Flyer, which is reportedly due release sometime in April, you might like to know you can now pre-order the device.
According to an article over on T3, the first retailer to offer the Android HTC Flyer for pre-order in the UK is Clove although the tablet does come with quite a hefty price in tow, 600 quid inclusive of VAT.
However that £600 is not an official price from HTC so apparently that hefty asking price will be altered More >
Looks like HTC’s premiere superphone circa 2009, the HD2, is still alive and kicking. XDA member imilka has cooked up not one, but two impressive ROM dueling for the top spot on your HTC Leo. Hit the break for more details and all the relevant links!
- [Blue Pill] First up is a brand new, highly functioning port of SenseUI 2.1-laced Android 2.3.2 Gingerbread from the Desire S. While this ROM is still undergoing heavy development, it seems like almost everything other than the camera is functioning. That said, don’t be surprised if there are a few gremlins hidden inside. Continue on to the More >
Honeycomb is "by the geeks, for the geeks, and of the geeks," claims a Global Equities Research analyst, who says it will never have mass appeal.
Global Equities Research analyst Trip Chowdhry doesn’t think Android 3.0 has a very good chance of scoring with consumers. In a note to investors, he claimed it is "by the geeks, for the geeks, of the geeks." In other words, only the technically inclined are apt think all that much of Honeycomb.
Chowdhry took issue with a number of problems he experienced on the Motorola Xoom, the first product to be released with Honeycomb More >