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Google offers a sneak peak of Honeycomb

The latest OS from the company has been showcased at the CES 2011, and has been designed mainly for tablets.

At CES 2011, search giant Google gave a preview of the latest version of its operating system Android 3 or Honeycomb, which is designed mainly “for devices with larger screen size, particularly tablets,” said Andy Rubin, the vice president of engineering in a blogpost.

Talking about the features of the platform, he added that it has a new virtual and holographic user interface. Also, its home screen comes with a 3D experience and has redesigned widgets. The web browser includes features such as tabbed browsing, form auto-fill, Google Chrome bookmark syncing, and incognito mode for private browsing.

Honeycomb also features the latest Google Maps 5 with 3D interactions and offline reliability, and access to over 3 million Google ebooks etc.

Google was recently in the news for launching its flagship Android Gingerbread smartphone, Samsung’s Nexus S.

Click here to watch Honeycomb video.

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