January 6, 2011 | by Lars Aronsson
Yesterday, Google prematurely posted a Honeycomb teaser video, but it was later made unavailable. However, the sneak peek is back up again now, and Andy Rubin himself has written a post on the official Google Mobile Blog, explaining some of the new stuff we get to see in Honeycomb.
He mentions more elegant notifications, improved multi-tasking, homescreen personalization with a “3D experience” and a new type of widgets that are more interactive. Honeycomb also features massive browser improvements: form auto-fill, tabbed browsing, Google Chrome bookmarks sync, and an incognito mode that allows private browsing. Other major Android 3.0 additions Rubin felt worth mentioning in his post are access to more than 3 million Google eBooks, and support for video and voice chat with any other Google Talk enabled device (including PCs).
If you’re like me, you currently can’t get enough of Honeycomb. Luckily, T-Mobile has posted a bunch of Honeycomb videos that will satisfy our curiosity for now. The Google teaser video is included as well.