Google gears up to give tablet makers Android 3.2
Motorola already has it, apparently
Android tablet makers will get their mitts on Honeycomb 3.2 at the end of the month, possibly maybe early August instead, it has been claimed.
To be fair, it's not Google that's saying so, rather the inevitable moles within Taiwan's contract manufacturing community, who say that's what the tablet makers themselves are anticipating.
So a friend of a friend of Google has said so based on what their friend told them its other friend might have said.
Take your sodium chloride appropriately.
But don't forget, too much salt is bad for you, and scepticism should be tempered by the knowlege that Motorola, Google's best Honeycomb chum, has started rolling out 3.2 for its Xoom tablet in the States.
Alas there's still no word on when non-US Xooms will get Android 3.1, let alone 3.2. Hopefully, that's a sign they will skip a release and go direct to 3.2.
The timing of the Motorola release suggest the Taiwanese moles are correct, and other vendors will be pushing out 3.2 updates - or, at least, new tablets with the new OS, such as Huawei's 7in MediaPad - from mid-Q3 onwards. ®
"Android tablet makers will get their mitts on Honeycomb 3.2 at the end of the month, possibly maybe early August instead, it has been claimed."
We probably won't see it running on anything until 2014
Rather reminds me of
the ongoing efforts of the Daily Mail to separate all items in the world into those which cause or cure cancer.
Asus already have it...
...as they're testing a build for the Transformer now.
Well, according to Twitter, which is probably a bit more conclusive than some anonymous tipster.
If Asus have it I bet the others do.
Fail because your mole seems to be a bit out of the loop.
too much salt....
Not according to the Daily Mail last week which said that studies have now proven that there are no long term health benefits to reducing the amount of salt in your diet after all.
"death rates appeared to be higher in those with lower sodium levels."
too much salt
A recent study showed that too much salt probably isn't that bad for you after all
(apart from that, there are much better tasting things than salt)