So a month after the first Honeycomb tablet hit the shelves—the Motorola Xoom—and Android devs/tinkerers still aren't happy that they haven't been handed the Honeycomb source code. Obviously feeling the heat, Google's Andy Rubin took to his blog to defend their delay:
Since the Nexus One phone, we've seen a spate of other Nexus-named devices, which Google is said to have a direct hand in helping build. These are reference devices that showcase the latest Android software, and usually have high-end specs to match.
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Best Buy has a pre-order page for the Motorola Xoom, which we're going to assume officializes the price and release date of the first best Android 3.0 tablet. It's going to cost $800, which is a good chunk of change, and release on February 24th, which is this week. You can find out more about the Xoom at Best Buy here
The last time Toshiba tried its hand at a Tegra 2 tablet, it stank. Will this mysterious 10.1-inch Android tablet do any better? Probably not. It will run on Android Honeycomb, however. Updated: Hands On