Gmail Android App Update Brings Ice Cream Sandwich Features to Honeycomb

Google recently released an update for its Android app version of Gmail. The update, which brings the Gmail app up to version 4.0.5, gives Android 3.2 Honeycomb users some of the same features on their tablets that phone users with…

Take A Swim With This Waterproof Tablet

How many times have you had the urge to take your tablet device with you in the shower? Or maybe take it for a swim? I’d sure like to catch up on Breaking Bad while hanging out in the hut…

Acer Iconia Tablet Set To Face Off Against iPad 2

On April 24th, the Acer Iconia Tablet (A500) is going to launch at retail stores. The release is important for a wide variety of reasons. First, it marks Acer’s Android 3.0 debut. Also, the device looks to rival the iPad…

Android Honeycomb Statue Arrives On Google’s Campus

Penny-pinching Google shareholders should perhaps look away.  Your money isn’t being used in the most responsible manner.  But it’s at least helping many of the rest of us smile, as Google’s once again installed an unnecessarily large statue in commemoration of the latest version of the Android operating system.

Google Music in 2 Months?

"Google Music" is one of those legends that seems like it’s been around as long as Google itself (ok, maybe not quite that long). Rumors pop up from time to time, then they die back down a bit. Then they always come back. 

Right now, they’re in full force due to some comments made by Motorola Mobility CEO Sanjay Jha at Mobile World Congress. Guardian quotes him:

Android Market Website Debuts

Using an app on a smartphone can be both easy and fun.  Browsing through dozens or hundreds of them, on the other hand, might result in an unscheduled trip to the optometrist.  So this afternoon, Google introduced the Android Market website in the midst of some other Android announcements.

Android 3.0 Honeycomb Previewed by Andy Rubin

At the Consumer Electronics Show in Vegas, Google previewed the next version of Android – 3.0 AKA Honeycomb. VP of Engineering Andy Rubin provided the following explanation of what to expect from Honeycomb, as well as the video below: 

Next Version Of Android Said To Be Called “Honeycomb”

First there was Cupcake, Donut, Eclair, and Froyo.  Next, we’re going to see Gingerbread.  And after that, according to a new report, the following version of Android will be called Honeycomb.