With Google giving us a preview of the Android 3.0, codenamed Honeycomb, the word on the street and from Google is that the latest Android OS, Honeycomb is specially built for tablets. Like those innovative people who got Honeycomb running on a Nook Color, the tablet of the developer folks!
But the ever inquisitive Android Community did not take it in the face value of what is in the press, they dug in to the pre-release version of the OS and discovered when the display size is dropped from tablet dimensions of 1200 X 768 or WXGA to 800 X 400 WVGA, there is a visible difference in the Android UI that Google has been showing us on tablets.
Let us see what happens on February 2nd when Google opens up some news on the Honeycomb, when I will drop the daily and pickup the Honeycomb. If you are not invited or too far away, watch the event live online at youtube.com/android.