Android 3.1 gets ready to roll

Honeycomb tablets have only just hit the shelves and already we’re seeing the first update

Google’s just dropped its first announcement of Google I/O, an update to Honeycomb, the “made for tablets” edition of Android. Version 3.1 brings stretchable homescreen widgets and direct USB linking so you can download pictures from a camera or connect game controllers. In case you wondered why we put “made for tablets” in inverted commas, here’s why: Android 3.1 will be hitting Google TV this summer, meaning Android devs will be all up in your screen via Android Market on your set-top box.

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