Android Honeycomb

ASUS Eee Pad MeMO Honeycomb & full specs confirmed [Update: Video & Price]

ASUS has confirmed that the Eee Pad MeMO will run Android 3.0 Honeycomb when it arrives later this year, with the 7-inch tablet taking on the HTC Flyer with its hybrid stylus/finger input. jkkmobile spotted the confirmation on an ASUS product sheet at CeBIT 2011 this week, along with confirmation of all the MeMO's specs. The tablet has a 1024 x 600 capacitive touchscreen, 1.2GHz Qualcomm MSM8260 processor, quadband HSPA+ support, WiFi b/g/n and Bluetooth 2.1+EDR. There's also 1GB of RAM and between 8GB and 64GB of onboard storage, along with twin cameras - 5-megapixel with LED flash on the back, 1.2-megapixels up front - and a micro HDMI port. Other connectivity includes microUSB with Host support, a 3.5mm headphone jack, microSDHC and a twin microphone array; there's also a digital compass, gyroscope, g-sensor, proximity sensor and light sensor. ASUS reckons the Eee Pad MeMO is good for up to 8hrs video or music playback on a full charge. Update: Honeycomb isn't the only surprise ASUS has; jkkmobile has shot a video of the slate (still currently running Android 2.2) with its Bluetooth handset accessory, a remote-control that can be also used to answer calls, so you don't need to hold the MeMO itself to your head. It also has a transparent screen. According to ASUS Germany, the Eee Pad MeMO is expected to retail for around €499 ($690) for the 8-16GB model, or €699 for the 32-64GB model, with the Bluetooth handset; that certainly undercuts the €669 Flyer at the low end. [youtube uPhm65ked88]

Motorola XOOM Unlocked for Flashing by TheFredElement

First of all, we must do the customary compliment on the username. There clearly isn't much better an element than the Fred element. Then, let's have at it- unlocking the Motorola XOOM like we said you could, truthfully quite the easy task. They didn't make this machine to stop you from doing so, but doing so will VOID your warranty. Keep that in mind. Another good thing to keep in mind is that the following method will ERASE your tablet.

Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 Hands-On [Vodafone]

Have a look with us much closer to this bigger and significantly modified version of the original Galaxy Tab, indeed a brand new monster wholly on the outside and the in. We did get the chance last week to take a peek at this device at Mobile World Congress 2011, but as our good pal Chris Davies had the opportunity, it didn't make a moment of sense not to turn another peek at the device out in the wild. This is the Vodafone-branded version of the tablet and it does not fail to impress.

Motorola XOOM Speaker Dock Review

Welcome to a review of one of the official holders of the newest addition to the Android universe, the Motorola XOOM tablet running Android 3.0 Honeycomb. This lovely tablet has been getting a lot of praise over these past few hours what with everyone under the sun getting themselves a review unit to peek at, but how about that speaker dock? Let's have a look at what might be the bulkiest dock we've ever seen that also seems to be exactly the right size.

Motorola XOOM and Honeycomb Review [All Questions Answered]

Welcome to the device that expands Android beyond the hand-written letters it's been in the past and turns it into a full-fledged book of a device. Optimized for its size, power, and intended set of purposes, this Motorola XOOM tablet has been fitted with Android mobile OS version 3.0 Honeycomb, that being the first version of the operating system made specifically for the tablet environment. What we're going to be doing in the following post is breaking this device and its installed operating system into questions and answers so that you the potential user and Android enthusiast can get a grip on the next generation of Google-powered devices.

Android 3.0 Honeycomb Wallpapers Revealed [Download Here]

We've been visited by the Hamburger fairy again, this time to provide us with a series of wallpapers cut directly from the heart of Honeycomb. As you know, the Android 3.0 Honeycomb SDK has JUST been released, but the XOOM, aka the Motorola XOOM, the big gun, the first and most optimized Android 3.0 Honeycomb tablet, isn't released yet. You and I have seen these backgrounds floating around the tablet before though, thusly this is an exciting moment for lovers of new backgrounds.

Motorola XOOM Limited GOLD Edition Revealed

It appears that Motorola now has at least 3 different hardware versions of its soon to be wildly popular Android 3.0 Honeycomb tablet, XOOM. The first version of course is the USA version which is all black, the second version is one we had our hands on in Barcelona, that being the Euro Silver metal version, now there's this, what they're calling their Limited Gold Edition. This edition has apparently been given away exclusively to "movie star nominees" - does this mean Banksy got one?

Motorola XOOM Has Bootloader That’s Both Unlockable and Relockable

As if to throw the entire developer world for a loop in the face of today's realization that the ATRIX 4G has a completely locked bootloader, Motorola Mobility's Twitter account has just gone ahead and tweeted the fact that the XOOM will have an unlockable and lockable bootloader. This function will, they say, enable developers to access hardware for development, and as they don't say, allow hackers to sing and dance with the system, tearing it down to the ground and remaking it in their own image.

Motorola XOOM Street Egg Ad Released

Holy crap this commercial is short and sweet. You know that Android 3.0 Honeycomb tablet that's about to come out to the world officially this Thursday? The one we've had our hands on a couple times, a couple different versions over the past few weeks, the one that Google worked directly with Motorola to optimize as a flagship tablet for their tablet-centric mobile OS? Well check it out, there's an official advertisement out for it now, and it's 16 seconds long. Insane.

Android 3.0 Honeycomb hits Nexus One in unofficial port

It'll be Thursday before the first official taste of Honeycomb hits the market - in the shape of the Android 3.0 powered Motorola XOOM - but the quest to put the tablet SDK on all manner of other devices continues with the Nexus One. Google's first Nexus phone has been married up with Honeycomb by the skilled tinkerers at xda-developers, rooted and given a quick tweak to make sure the display works in landscape and that the app drawer is functional. Unfortunately, there's a lot more broken than working right now, so you probably don't want this as your everyday OS. Phone, WiFi, the accelerometer, sound, the camera, Bluetooth and 3D acceleration aren't functional, but if you've been wondering how a tablet-centric OS will look on a 3.7-inch display, now's your chance. [gallery] [via Geekword]
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