PCWorld has an interesting story on Android 3.0’s release.
Case in point: Just weeks ago, Google took the wraps off of Android Gingerbread, the latest and greatest version of its mobile operating system. Aside from the newly launched Samsung Nexus S device, no phone even has the software yet — heck, plenty of users are still waiting for the Android 2.2 upgrade — but that’s not stopping people from looking even further ahead.
They’re looking, of course, toward Honeycomb — the next major stop on Google’s Android development track. All signs point to Honeycomb bringing some significant changes to the Android OS; if everything goes as expected, it’ll be the first version of Android to be fully optimized for tablets. And if a report published this week is correct, it’ll make its way into the world in March.