Google is holding a Honeycomb (Android 3.0) event tomorrow to tell the future of Android. There are plenty of they will be unveiling/telling about tomorrow and here are some of the big ones most of us want to see:
One thing that Android has always been bad at is music. There isn't a good way to sync your music unless you opt for a third-party solution. iOS and Windows Phone 7 seem to have this art down to a science. Android needs to join the crowd. I've even heard rumors of a streaming music service called Google Music.
Honeycomb needs to have a separate UI for smartphone use. Having a separate OS version for smartphones and tablets would only lead to further fragmentation of Android. More than likely they will also unveil all of the other secrets Honeycomb has to offer. To find out yourself, watch it live tomorrow, February 2 at 10 a.m. pacific on the YouTube Developer Channel. (link)