Google has touted the openness of its Android operating system since day one, but it looks like it may be hitting a small road block. Android 3.0, code named Honeycomb, is the brains behind the wave of upcoming Android tablets. Google doesn't feel that it is ready for the public to look at it just yet. It feels that some work still needs to be done in order for it to be ready for non-tablet devices, such as smartphones. However, Google has every intention of releasing the code when it is ready. This setback only adds to the doubts that many have about the openness of Android.