Tagged: Android 3.0
adds another interview with Google executive and lead designer on Android Honeycomb Matias Duarte to her impressive body of work, she gets out of him what he believes to be the truth: "Humans shouldn't have to do work computers are good at." He expands by saying that it's silly to think that a human should have to click a button to save their work in order for it to be saved, and that Advanced Task Killer basically flat out shouldn't exist.
Motorola XOOM, a tablet with a fully functional and official version of Honeycomb running on it. This is a tablet-centric OS working on what Motorola and Google are saying is THE device it was optimized for. This device is roughly the same size as the iPad with a 10.1 inch display with a rounded corner, straight edged design, perfect for working with one hand holding and the other tapping away.
showcase event in California and we'll be there to cover the press event to it's fullest! However, we need your help - what would you like to see more of regarding the Android operating system?
User Experience Director, a role that would of course make him prime suspect for the way Android 3.0 Honeycomb is set to work with the user. Speaking with Fried, Duarte noted some wonderful things: "Tablet was the focus, but the changes we did also free it up to be more flexible for other contexts as well. It’s about really eliminating all the barriers to all the different kinds of form factors that people might want to interact with.”