Posts tagged HoneyComb
Remember those childhood days, when our parents use to tell fairy-tales to cheer us up? Well, it seems those days are back, but in a different manner. As we are grown up now, we do not go for fairy stories, but we prefer looking at something posted after the break.
The moment HTC unveiled HTC Flyer, many folks had just one question on their mind, will the 7 inch Tablet get the all important Honeycomb update? While HTC promised to roll out the said update for its first tablet, we never got a precise release date. Digitimes seems to have a possible Honeycomb release timeframe for HTC Flyer which we discuss after the jump.
Those of you who follow me on Twitter may have noticed the change of location on my profile page. Yes, I am now in Dubai and Yesterday I went to the World Trade Center to attend the Hotel Show where Samsung was exhibiting its products. And as you might have guessed, I got to play with the new Galaxy Tab 10.1, the video experience of which awaits you after the break.
Now that’s what I call a pleasant surprise. XDA developer dastion1015 has done the seemingly impossible, as the hacker has managed to port Honeycomb to the very popular HTC Hero. How stable is the port? Find the answer after the jump.
One of the things we knew about the currently on going Google I/O 2011 event, which is being streamed live, was that it would feature the unveiling of the next version of Android for smartphones. The search engine giants as expected has announced Android Ice cream Sandwich. What features will the Gingerbread successor bring for us? We answer this vital question after the break.
When Apple launched the iPad 2 on 11th March, it immediately brought bad news for Motorola Mobility as their market shares dropped by 4 percent. We at that time termed iPad 2 as the Motorola XOOM killer and we now have an analyst supporting our claim. According to Global Equities’ analyst Trip Chowdry note to clients, shared by Fortune, Motorola has only managed to sell around 25,000 to 120,000 Motorola XOOM units which obviously is a poor showing for the first Honeycomb tablet.
UK based fans of HTC will be pleased to know that the Tablet they have been waiting for is finally available for purchase. HTC Flyer, which happens to be the first Tablet from the Taiwanese, is now available for pre-order at the very popular Carphone Warehouse.
We have entered April and the month of May or should I say the month of Google I/O seems a whole lot closer doesn’t it? And as expected Android Ice Cream rumors have started to float. According to PhAndroid and GTVSource, the Gingerbread successor will be a combination of Gingerbread, Honeycomb and wait for it, Google TV.
TNW has spotted a tweet on the official Twitter timeline of HTC, which has nothing but good news for potential HTC Flyer buyers. The Taiwanese manufacturers have expressed their intentions to upgrade HTC Flyer to Honeycomb.
Slashgear has received an invitation from HTC UK for a April 12 event. The press event will showcase HTC’s next generation of products. Which products can we expect the Taiwanese manufacturers to unveil? An insightful answer awaits you after the break.