Google has just officially released a preview version of their next Android 3 "Honeycomb" mobile operating system at CES 2011 in Las Vegas. This version is focused on devices with larger screen sizes, such as tablet and it's user interface has been revamped to help people use it better.
Changes under the hood include enhancements to the built-in web browser, such as tabbed browsing, as well as support for syncing with Google Chrome and incognito mode for private browsing. Android 3.0 will include the latest Google Mobile innovations, such as Google Maps 5 with 3D buildings, access to Google eBooks and Google Talk, which will allow for voice and video chat to any other Google Talk enabled device.
See Andy Rubin for more information about Android 3 on his Blog
If you want to see the video, see below