BBC News has some coverage from Google's unveiling of Android 3.0 "Honeycomb", you can check it out over here. The first device based on Honeycomb will be Motorola's Xoom, it will go on sale later this month.
The latest version of Google's Android OS is called Honeycomb and it has been specifically optimised for tablets.
The features include the ability to buy applications from a computer, buy features inside the app, video chat and improved graphics.
"This is a serious investment of years of design and engineering to really nail the experience for a larger screen," Hugo Barra, Google's director of products for mobile, told BBC News.
"This is not a large phone - we wanted tablets running Honeycomb to not just be bigger but also to be better."