// February 2, 2011, 9:10 PM PST
On Wednesday Feb. 2, Google offered an in-depth look at Honeycomb, also known as Android 3.0.
From the event, we'll post some screenshots as they are available. Here is the home page.
Notifications pop up in the lower right hand corner.
You can view your notifications and read, look up or delete them.
There's a customziation tool to set up your home screen.
Google is excited about the graphics engine called renderscript that can show things like this screen for videos.
Accessing and customizing email is made easier.
You can easily view your music apps.
You can make video phone calls.
You can use 3D customization tools such as this one for anatomy. Using this you can better describe your symptoms when talking to a doctor, for example.
You can take pictures or videos with the camera app.
Games where you can direct armies of hundreds will be available.
Here's Monster Madness.
CNN is very excited about Honeycomb.
CNN will provide access to breaking news videos.
CNN is also very excited about ireports where regular viewers will be able to download videos to enhance coverage of news events.
Honeycomb promises to make online tranactions easier.
Here's the beginning of a transaction.
Disney is providing fresh apps.
Existing apps are being updated.
Again, it's easier to purchase items.
Google had trouble hooking up Lady Killer to a video chat earlier in the program. But he finally came through loud and clear.
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