Tablets are everywhere. Tablets are a new way to interact with the world, but also a way to interact with each others via collaboration tools.
Lot of solution vendors has his own tablet... Different technologies exists to support these tablets as well as operating systems (iOS, Android...)
The IBM strategy is to provide an easy collaborative experience on all these environments.
This afternoon, I tested IBM Lotus Traveler 8.5.3 on an Acer Iconia Tablet based on Android 3.x.
As you can see, Lotus Notes Traveler on Android has been given new home page widgets for mail and calendar.
Both widgets come as “small” and “large” , which means 4×2 and 3×7.
Lotus Notes Traveler on Android now supports multi-line signatures.
As you can see, others IBM Collaboration applications exists/runs on that environment like IBM Sametime & IBM Connections...