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Motorola Xoom Honeycomb Tablet Arrives in India

Looks like its raining tablets at the moment, with another tablet arriving at the Indian shores. Motorola Mobility India Private Limited announced their new tablet, the Motorola XOOM in Wi-Fi and 3G variants in India. The XOOM tablet is the world’s first device to run on the Android 3.0 Honeycomb, which is a specially designed operating system for tablets.   The tablet features a 1 GHz dual-core processor and a [...]

Swype v3 Beta Released with Android Honeycomb Support

Swype, the famous third party keyboard application for Android operating system, has now launched a new Beta version, the SWYPE V3, which comes with Honeycomb support for tablet users and predictive type. The Swype V3 Beta version comes with a new feature called predictive tap, which allows users to type as well as swype, while still predicting the word with auto-correct function. Here is the list of all the new [...]

Sony Announces Two New Honeycomb Tablets: S1 and S2

No surprise here! It’s been a long time waiting, for Sony to step into the tablet PC world and finally they have. Remember Sony’s Howard Stringer had confirmed that they would come out with tablets by this Summer? At last they have, and the tablets in question actually look great. Sony announced the tablets S1 and S2 at a Press Event earlier today that was taking place in Tokyo and [...]

Asus Eee Pad Transformer Is Both a Tablet and a Netbook

Asus began showing off this amazing piece of hardware some while ago, but I doubt if anybody has paid much attention to it. If you're one of those, then stop what you're doing and start reading this, because this is one awesome gadget that I'm sure you'd love to own. It would be wrong if we call it a Tablet, because it is also a Netbook! Confused? The Asus Eee [...]

Android 3.0 Honeycomb – not an Open Source anymore

This is a guest post by Amit Sharma who blogs atPCMastero. If you would like to do a guest post, check our Guest posting guidelines. Android OS for smartphones till now is open source,but recently Google has restrict access to the Android 3.0 also known as Honeycomb. Honeycomb now is a closed source that means it is now only restricted to the specific developers and OEMs. Reason behind such a move is [...]

Download Honeycomb for Nook Color Now

Few days ago I shared about the not so expensive e-book reader, the Nook Color, being cracked to run Android 3.0 Honeycomb. A developer from the famous XDA-Developers tried with the NookColor and was successful in porting Android Honeycomb to the device. Although the port wasn't that successful, but the developer promised that he would work on the issues and try to sort it out and give out the build [...]

Android 3.0 Honeycomb Gets Ported to Nook Color

Nook Color is Barnes & Nobles best selling product and obviously a good contender to the Amazon Kindle and also the Apple iPad when it comes to eReader functionality. The Nook Color after all, has a color display, which the Kindle doesn't and it runs on Google's Android OS. Recently, Google previewed a video on the latest upcoming tablet specific Android, the Honeycomb 3.0 and also released an SDK for [...]