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Google's Honeycomb buzzes in for a landing (screenshots)

Google offered an in-depth look at Honeycomb, also known as Android 3.0.
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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.

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Notifications pop up in the lower right hand corner.

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You can view your notifications and read, look up or delete them.

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There's a customziation tool to set up your home screen.

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Google is excited about the graphics engine called renderscript that can show things like this screen for videos.

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Accessing and customizing email is made easier.

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You can easily view your music apps.

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You can make video phone calls.

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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.

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You can take pictures or videos with the camera app.

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Games where you can direct armies of hundreds will be available.

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Here's Monster Madness.

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CNN is very excited about Honeycomb.

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CNN will provide access to breaking news videos.

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CNN is also very excited about ireports where regular viewers will be able to download videos to enhance coverage of news events.

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Honeycomb promises to make online tranactions easier.

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Here's the beginning of a transaction.

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Disney is providing fresh apps.

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Existing apps are being updated.

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Again, it's easier to purchase items.

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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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