In anticipation of the Google I/O Development Conference, Healthagen® today announced the release of its first tablet application developed for the Android 3.0 (Honeycomb) mobile operating system. iTriage®, the leading Symptom-to-Provider™ consumer mobile healthcare application, is now available on Android 3.0 tablets (initially the Motorola Xoom™), offering consumers more choices for accessing healthcare information… Read More »
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Sony Corporation (“Sony”) announces “Sony Tablet”, delivering the perfect combination of hardware, content and network with seamless usability for a high-quality, engaging entertainment experience. Based on decades of engineering heritage, Sony is developing two tablets with unprecedented design, including S1 (codename), which is optimised for rich media entertainment and S2 (codename), which is ideal for… Read More »
Google have released the latest video of their brand new Android 3.0 software. Honeycomb is designed specifically for tablets and devices with this version of the OS will be available in shops in the near future. Here you can see the preview of the latest Android incarnation.
Google’s Wednesday press conference brought the official launch of the tablet-friendly Honeycomb, a version of the Android Market built for the Web, and in-app purchases for Android developers. We already got a look at Android’s Honeycomb last week, but at a press event today Google officially revealed its tablet-optimized OS on the Motorola Xoom (which,… Read More »
Tablet application developers can rejoice now that Google has released its software development kit for Android 3.0, the new edition of the platform designed specifically for tablets. The five coolest things to come out of CES | Google previews tablet-optimized Android 3.0 Dubbed “Honeycomb” by Google, the new platform will be the first edition that… Read More »
Android 3.0 is upon us and Google has revealed some of its unique features. We break down and explain each new feature and what it means to you. Features include 3D effects, bluetooth tethering, new UI, an Action Bar, a new System Bar, customizable home screens, improved apps, and more. In a small sign that… Read More »
Andy Rubin showed off an unreleased Motorola tablet running Android 3.0 at the All Things D Conference in San Francisco. In the last 24 hours, we’ve had a flurry of Android smartphone news. Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) details have been released; Google announced the Nexus S phone; the Google eBookstore has launched; and we learned that… Read More »