Google's Android 3.0 Honeycomb event in pictures
Despite the red ribbon being cut on the brand spanking new Android Market website, the main focus of today's Google event was talking about Android 3.0 and how awesome it is.
Google's Andy Rubin opened proceedings, before handing over to Hugo Barra, who gave us a hands on demo of Honeycomb's finer points.
As well as things we've seen already such as the two new status bars and a new camera app, we've seen some other nice things too, like videocalling, a new CNN app and a couple of games that hint further at the shape of Android to come.
In case you didn't catch the live streaming of the conference, you can feast your eyes on the screengrabs, which we dutifully took for your viewing pleasure.
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