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    Thanks for posting this!

    Huh... Never knew he was also behind the Helio UI. Guess I've been a fan of this guy longer than I though lol.
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    Good to hear that he's working to improve the Android multitasking experience. Sounds pretty nice...
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    Can anyone tell what the guy in the background says when Duarte asks about the release dates of Honeycomb?
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    Very good interview. Thanks for posting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Garrett92C View Post
    Can anyone tell what the guy in the background says when Duarte asks about the release dates of Honeycomb?
    Feburary
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    Quote Originally Posted by slbailey1 View Post
    Feburary
    Ah, thanks. Not too long of a wait lol
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    Josh of engadget is a big webOS fan, and he kept referring to it!
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    Excellent interview! Josh loves webOS for sure BTW, did you catch Matias' reference to Art School? Very cool that he brought that creative foundation over to computing.
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    OH he's my hero! I cant wait to see what he does with android, love the direction so far!
    I swear I could have listened for another 25 minutes.

    HP and Apple better watch out android has a design path finally.

    Selling my Palm things: just make an offer: http://forums.webosnation.com/market...nd-offers.html
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    Thanks for the vid ! Up until now I thought I was a webOS/multitasking fan. But apparently I'm a Matias Duarte fan. Matias Duarte is Mr. Multitasking. I especially liked when he said "holding a button down is not multitasking",for all that say "just hold the menu button down" lmao

    Sprint bring me some Honeycomb phone goodness.
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    Funny, I heard him say Android always ran multiple tasks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by taharka View Post
    Funny, I heard him say Android always ran multiple tasks.
    It did, but not easily user discoverable or intuitive.

    I can't wait till honeycombs on phones
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    Quote Originally Posted by IcerC View Post
    HP and Apple better watch out android has a design path finally.
    lipstick on a pig
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    Quote Originally Posted by jetsetter883 View Post
    lipstick on a pig
    Why's that?
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    Quote Originally Posted by barkerja View Post
    Why's that?
    well, i never thought android was much to look at. even after adding some pretty touches, it will still be somewhat of an eyesore to look at.. for me at least.

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