Industry tech analyst Trip Chowdhry is attempting to make a name for himself this week by publicly trashing on Honeycomb, the world’s first real Android tablet operating system. From the sounds of it, Chowdhry received his review unit from Motorola and did not have the brain-power to understand how it works (that unfair to say?). He specifically said that Android 3.0 was made “by the geeks, for the geeks, and of the geeks,” and that it had little chance of mass adoption. He pointed to constant crashing, a short battery life, and auto-wrapping of text as being some of its downfalls. Are you laughing yet? I am.
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