This morning has come and gone and now the world is filled with more knowledge of Google's upcoming Honeycomb tablet OS. We spent the day at Google and witnessed all they had to show as well as got some hands-on time with the
Today is the official day of tablets. With Google's Honeycomb showcase and the influx in tablet news, it only makes sense that popular Android keyboard software, SwiftKey, will be hitting tablets. Continue Reading...
One of the best features of the Android platform is the ease of development. Most of the APIs you need are clearly laid out by Google to help you create a truly powerful application. This is just what CNN did with Google's Render
One of the biggest concerns for developers as they ready their applications for a bigger screen (and operating system) is how it will scale with a larger screen. We started our hands-on time at the Google Honeycomb event testing
Among all of the developer previews and Honeycomb showcasing, recording artist, Cee-Lo Green was expected to make an early appearance under the Google Talk name "The Lady Killer" today on stage. He wasn't online when Google went
At Google's presentation today on the Honeycomb operating system, they were quick to point out at just how smoothly the animations were running. All of these animations were possible by the new Render Script that's built into the
The final point at today's Google event was that Google is readying the ability to support in-app purchases. In a very great move for developers, the ability will allow them to charge for additional levels, consumables, and other
The Android Market Web store has been announced and is ready for release today. The system will allow users to purchase and download content from a web browser and then send the applications to their device. To get to the web
Google is pushing video chat for the tablet market. Honeycomb will have video-chat built it with Google Talk. Something that has been quite overlooked is Google Talk's video stabilization. They not only developed this for a
Google today demoed its new application Google Body. Based off of hardware-accelerated 3D rendering software running on Honeycomb, it will bring human anatomy to the masses. Continue Reading...