Google’s Andy Rubin must be feeling pretty good right now. Straight off the back of the new Nexus S he’s been filmed showing a new protype Motorola Android tablet with a dual-core NVIDIA chip and Android Gingerbread. Not only that, but a new vector-based Google Maps is shown off and there’s news that all Android devices (above 1.6) will be able to get this updated app very soon indeed.
The Google Maps app is said to bring dynamic content loading and smoother scrolling plus you’ll be able to store maps – ideal for that tricky moment with limited or no data connection.
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