Google may have put a delay on releasing the Android Honeycomb source code to developers and manufacturers, but that hasn’t stopped Taiwanese company Asus publicly releasing it on it’s website.
Anyone can head over to Asus’s website now and download the 97mb Android Honeycomb code from the manufacturers site. The download named Version V126.96.36.199 isn’t a full Honeycomb coding so rival companies can’t download the code to install on their own tablets, but there is enough in the file to allow application developers to make new or adapt current applications to run on the new tablet optimized Honeycomb OS.
Asus have been in the headlines all this week due to the release of their fantastic looking Transforming Eee Pad tablet, which can convert to a netbook by clipping to an external keyboard.
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