Google shows off Android Honeycomb for tablets

There aren't many serious competitors to Apple's iPad, but Google is hoping to change that with the upcoming Honeycomb version of its mobile operating system.

Honeycomb was designed with tablets' bigger screens in mind, and it shows. It's got widgets that allow you to see your calendar, your inbox, the weather and things of that nature right on the main screen, robust multitasking, and apps that really use that extra screen real estate.

It certainly looks promising! Head over to check out Gizmodo's full rundown of the new features to dive deep into what to expect from upcoming Android tablets.

Via Gizmodo

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