Android Honeycomb statue arrives on Google’s front lawn

Ian Hardy

February 28, 2011 4:06pm

Google has followed through by continuing to place huge statues on their front lawn. Android 3.0 is named Honeycomb and it now joins Gingerbread, Cupcake, Donut, Éclair and Froyo. Google stated on Twitter that “The Android team continues to be committed to placing large dessert statues on lawns. Honeycomb is no exception.” Looks nice… unfortunately for us Canadians there has yet to be a carriers to officially confirm a device with this tablet-friendly OS will be released.

Source: Pocket Now & Twitter

  • AL

    Cute as always…*sigh*

  • bummy

    oh i love google’s android statues xD

  • Nick

    Google would be a blast to work for… my friends who are computer engineers practically worship them.

  • EraqEE

    I’m running it on my rooted HTC Desire as I’m typing this.

    • Sean

      Honeycomb or Gingerbread …

  • Chris

    I can see gingerbread in the reflection!

  • jeff

    google is good, but the final produc

  • jeff

    .. product jus is not reliable… as this message proves… been trying for over 16 minutes to post a stupid msg and it still doesnt work good…

  • mark

    some people don’t realize that google hands out their free OS to anyone. Basically you cannot blame google for the bad device. Infact someone could build their own device and put any android OS on it. That is the point of it.

  • EraqEE

    My earlier comment was meant for another post, hence, it should be IGNORED.