Google is showing off an early build of their Android 3.0 software, which appears to be heavily optimised for tablets (including the Motorola prototype it's running on) and has been given a cloudy release window of "next year."
According to Engadget, Android head Andy Rubin unveiled this all during his talk at the All Things D's Dive Into Mobile conference, where he demoed the new software and hardware. The desktop appears to be redesigned with the extra screen space in mind, along with the new app grid and updated Gmail app (which looks like the iPad-optimized version of Gmail. Details on the new OS are still pretty vague, but we'll update as we get more info. [Engadget]