Newsbrief by Michelle Ruhfass on Thursday September 02, 2010.
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At the IFA consumer electronics show in Berlin today, Samsung confirmed that Google's future Android operating system will be called Honeycomb. Prior to the event, speculation swirled that the next iteration of the OS would be called Honeycomb, but that had never been confirmed. The name falls in line with Google's alphabetic naming scheme, which includes Cupcake, Donut, Eclair, Froyo, and Gingerbread, which will be Android 3.0 and is expected before year's end.source: Samsung