Google’s Andy Rubin has come to the rescue of all those expect consumers and developers confirming that Android 3.0 Honeycomb will in fact become once again open source.
Rubin, Vice President of Engineering at Google, said that the withdrawal of Honeycomb source code from the open source project is in fact a temporary measure and the code will once again be available for developers to download and work on just as soon as Honeycomb has been given a few necessary nips and tucks.
The main areas in which Honeycomb is getting attention is regarding it’s compatibility with smart phones, once Google is happy that 3.0 will play nice on both phones and tablets they will launch freely distribute the code once more.
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