The official Google Honeycomb SDK for developers got released this week and many people are rushing to get it ported into their devices on a business level and an independent level. On a business level the oft talked about company Notion Ink is working on a Honeycomb update for their Adam Tablet and young enterprising gentlemen have got honeycomb working on their Nook Color Tablet.
Although this is not a proper build for end users to download and many functions are not working, its more or less a proof of concept that the Nook Color is compatible with Android 3.0. Most of the developers behind this Nook Color hack will be eagerly awaiting the Google event on Wednesday, in which they plan on releasing the source code for Honeycomb.
via XDA Developers
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