Recently Google I/O 2011 ended and during that event, Google announced the Honeycomb 3.1 update which comes with a slew of new improvements and features. Since then it has been rolling out to Motorola XOOM owners (both WiFi and Verizon) over the past couple weeks.
If Google happens to be trying to stuff as many announcements and feature launches in this years Google I/O conference, they are doing a very good job at it. The Android Market is having a slew of new features announced and a graphical overhaul done. Some big ones include 99 more countries will have access to paid apps and 4GB file size limit.
Google I/O 2011 has just started and already the announcements are all over the place. Everything from movie rentals on the Android Market, Google Music beta and Ice Cream Sandwich being announced just to name a few. One great feature coming in Honeycomb 3.1 though is the ability for USB host support.