Finally the statue we have been waiting for has arrived and has been placed on Google’s campus lawn. If you don;t know what this means please allow me to explain. Every time Google releases an operating system for their Android Devices (Cupcake, Donut, Eclair, etc) they put a statue dedicated to whatever tasty treat signifies the operating system at the time. Another thing happens that most developers know about. Once a statues is on the lawn that means it’s not very long till we see the source code dropped for the Honeycomb OS. What does this mean for the average Android user? With the source code dropped that means that developers can take parts of the full operating system and infuse them in to the devices your running right now, or make a full image for the device your running. We have seen many times where the newest OS has been ported to devices that haven’t even heard if they would get the official release of the newest OS. Can;t wait to see if the Android Developers YouTube channel has some video of it arriving. Anyone getting excited to see what Honeycomb brings? Let us know in the comments below, we want to hear from you!
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I am the Owner/Founder of WJDDesigns.com & GizmoNinja.com , I was born in to a world that was emerging on the frontier of technology. Within time I self taught himself everything from coding to graphic design and wanted to bring my creations to the public by the masses. With the new growing world of mobile applications I could achieve just that. I am always looking to learn something new and provide the best service and information I can. I am really a cool and calm type of guy who is more of a lounge party setting then going to the loudest rock concert ever. When I go out to eat at fancy places the ambiance is what I comment on first, if the ambiance is poor then my food doesn’t go down as good. I look at everything around me that has different shapes and colors which creates ideas I use in my everyday projects. I try to live life to the fullest when life dishes out free time. I love to teach everyone I know who isn’t as tech literate as myself and give them more information to better their decisions. The progression in technology is life, it’s my life.