TFTS: RIM's tablet PC will already be capable of running Android applications in an emulator.
Device Index Honeycomb
Mobile Burn: Leading laptop vendor to release an Android 3.0 tablet PC with a stylus this summer, according ot report.
The Inquirer: Apple won't own the market in quite the same way in 2011.
Mobile Burn: Expect to find Intel chips in Android-run tablets later this year.
InformationWeek: Fuze Meeting now lets tablet users receive video within full conferencing experiences.
InformationWeek: Although Google's tablet flavor hit the market a month ago, there are still only a few dozen apps available Honeycomb.
Mobile Burn: Android Developers finds Android 2.2 Froyo by far most popular version of platform, Honeycomb least.
InformationWeek: No mass appeal for Google's tablet-flavored version of Android platform, according to Global Equities Research analyst.
Android 3.0, as tested on the Motorola Xoom, has a confusing UI and suffers from quality issues, says an analyst in a research note to clients.
Mobile Burn: Search giant confirms that it will launch a Google Voice client for Honeycomb-flavored Android tablets.
Analyst says Apple missed an opportunity to push out would-be tablet competitors in the enterprise.
InformationWeek: With Honeycomb, Androids makes the leap from glorified smartphone platform to a true tablet OS.
BGR: The first tablet PC to run on Google's Honeycomb (Android 3.0) platform is now available for purchase.
The Inquirer: The first of what will likely be many tablet PCs to run on the latest edition of Google's Android platform coming from Acer in April.
Engadget: The Xoom mobile device headed to Verizon during the first quarter, ugradeable to 4G in the second.