Those waiting for Google to release the new, tablet-optimized, version of its Android Operating System, named Honeycomb, will have to wait a little longer.
The wait just got longer..
The search giant has withheld the official release for a while longer, since Honeycomb is yet to be tested on other devices. Unveiled early this year, Honeycomb was already made available for use in tablets like Motorola Xoom.
However, Google isn’t ready with the idea of letting out the open source code yet. Outside programmers will have to wait a while before they can modify the existing code. The reason for the delay it so specified was the incompatibility smartphones had with the Honeycomb update.
According to a report in Bloomberg Businessweek, no specific date for the release of the update was specified as such.