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Every company seems to be excited about the release of Android Honeycomb powered tablets.According to DigiTimes, Google is planning to launch the Android 3.0 ‘Honeycomb’ operating system for tablets in March 2011. This means all those Android tablets that will be shown at CES 2011, will only hit stores after March.
Google TV will not have a major presence at the Consumer Electronics Show at Las Vegas in January, contrary to plans. Toshiba, LG, Samsung and Sharp were scheduled to demonstrate their versions of Google TV next month, but have had to cancel their plans because Google intends to refine its software further.
Google has unveiled a beta version of its Chrome OS. It also revealed that two companies, Acer and Samsung Electronics, have been chosen to launch Chrome OS-based netbooks in the first half of 2011.
A Google Latitude app appeared briefly on the Japanese Apple App Store, and was quietly taken down. TechCrunch observed these developments that seemed to occur be due to an error made by a Google employee.
Google Maps for Mobile 5 will be released soon. This announcement was made by the founder of Android and vice president of engineering at Google, Andy Rubin, at the launch of the company’s latest mobile phone operating system Android 2.3 Gingerbread.
Android 2.3 Gingerbread has finally been released on Samsung’s Nexus S smartphone. This shouldn’t come as a surprise to many because the Android operating system was demonstrated by Google’s chief executive officer Eric Schmidt on this very device during the Web 2.0 Summit around the mid-November. Also, on Dec. 6, there were reports splashed across the Web that anticipated the release of Gingerbread.
Google is quietly upgrading its existing services and enabling new services as well. For instance, it is now possible to make phone calls from one’s Gmail inbox and to record incoming calls.
Samsung is about to release the Google Nexus Two, or Nexus S phone with T-Mobile in the United States.
Googlers simply love their desserts, don’t they? After all, it is pretty well known by now as to how Google uses a dessert name for every release of its Android operating system for cell phones.