If you've been following tech news this week, you probably came across the term "Honeycomb," Google's unofficial name for its new Google Android operating system.
Honeycomb - technically Android version 3.0 - is significant because it's designed for tablet computers, not just smartphones.
But on a lighter note, what's up with that name?
As it turns out, all Android operating systems are named after desserts. And, just in case that wasn't nerdy enough for you, Google put these sugary names in alphabetical order.
Here's the edible Android timeline: Cupcake, Donut, Eclair, Froyo, Gingerbread and finally - at least for now - Honeycomb.
On this week's Tech Check podcast, our team of writers places bets on the next Android OS name. My guess: Icee.