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Andy Rubin's full All Things D video now online

As promised, All Things Digital has posted their interview with Android's lead-man, Andy Rubin. In the video from last week's Dive Into Mobile conference, you'll see Rubin tear up the stage with some sweet Honeycomb action -- running it all on the highly anticipated, Tegra 2 Motorola tablet. And...

Motorola's Honeycomb tablet caught sporting Verizon logo in blurrycam shots

By now we've all seen the video and pics from when Andy Rubin hopped onstage showing off the Motorola, Honeycomb equipped tablet and we've gotten a glimpse of the device in a previous blurrycam photoshoot but this time around, it's been caught rocking a Verizon logo and all signs lead to the fact...

Motorola Tablet specs reportedly leaked, couple of versions coming

After its impromptu appearance with Google's Andy Rubin last week, a few more specs belonging to the Motorola tablet (or tablets) reportedly are coming to light. According to Goldenstone at mobile01, they are: 7-inch and 10-inch versions 32GB storage NVIDIA Tegra 2 T20 dual-core processor...

Video: Andy Rubin with the Motorola tablet and Honeycomb

Link for mobile viewingHere's video of Google's Andy Rubin showing off that Tegra 2 Motorola tablet prototype running Android 3.0 Honeycomb and the all-new Google Maps. In a word: WANT! [All Things D] Thanks, Kevin!

Andy Rubin demos Honeycomb on prototype Motorola tablet, coming in 2011

We all expected Andy Rubin (the man at Google behind the Android project) to talk Gingerbread at tonight's All Things D's Dive into Mobile conference keynote, but nobody expected to see a prototype Motorola tablet, running Honeycomb.  Not many details were given, but the tablet lacks physical...

Goobye, tiles: Google Maps to get update with vector graphics [Updated]

Google Andy Rubin whipped out a prototype tablet tonight at the D: Dive Into Mobile conference. That it's a prototype Motorola tablet running Honeycomb is special enough. But it's what he was doing on it that sounds pretty cool. First up was Google Maps. And if there's one thing that frustrates us...

Nexus S, Honeycomb and bug hunting on the Droid Pro [from the forums]

After Eric Schmidt showing off the Nexus S yesterday, along with Gingerbread our rumored devices portion of the forums has been busy. In addition to all the Nexus S talk, we got 2 new contests and we seek out some calendar bugs on the Droid Pro. What of the Galaxy Tab getting Honeycomb? Will it...

Blogger teases time with Samsung i9100, MotoTab

You know how bloggers are -- gotta take us all with a grain of salt (and some of us more than others). But when Mobile-Review's Eldar Murtazin teases that he's seen something, chances are better than average that he's actually laid eyes on the unicorn. And that brings us to a couple of recent...

LG Pad on its way in Q1, to ship with Honeycomb?

Last we heard, LG was halting plans for a tablet until they were able to incorporate a better fit for tablets version of Android OS. A quote from a senior official at LG suggests that the device may be on its way in Q1 2011, Honeycomb and all. The tablet, named the LG Pad by the official, will...

Android 3.0 Gingerbread almost done, expect tablets galore at CES

  Google has been pretty mum, at least in public, Gingerbread, which at last check was still scheduled to launch sometime this winter. However, DigiTimes has gotten word that Google has recently reached out to its hardware partners to let them know that development on Gingerbread "will soon be...

Ice Cream to follow Honeycomb in the Android dessert lineup, Forbes says

Ice Cream will be the version of Android following Honeycomb, Forbes reported today. We haven't even gotten to Gingerbread yet, but that doesn't mean we can't look to the future. Google has taken to naming different iterations of Android after desserts, in alphabetical order. Beginning at "C," we'...

After 'Gingerbread,' next Android version to be called 'Honeycomb?'

 TechRadar has done some digging, and actually have "multiple sources" that confirm that the version of Android following Android 3.0 ("Gingerbread") will be named "Honeycomb." Following Google's naming conventions for the OS, one could reasonably assume that a snack starting with "H" was up for...

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