We’ve previously heard rumors about an Android-powered Motorola tablet and now Andy Rubin, VP of engineering at Google, is busy demonstrating Android 3.0 (Honeycomb) at the D:Dive into Mobile event. While the latest version of Android is something everybody is interested in, it’s definitely worth noting that he’s using a Android-powered Motorola tablet to demonstrate everything. Apparently the device offers video chat, an NVIDIA processor, and a “dual-core 3D processor”. Could this be the Stingray tablet that was rumored a while back? It’s been said that Android 3.0 Honeycomb will be out next year, and hopefully it’s early 2011 and not nearing the end of the year.