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Android 2.2: Google’s Catchupgrade

May 25th, 2010 05:15 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

Recently, Google announced Android 2.2, the next version of their Linux-based mobile operating system targeted at phones and PDAs, at Google I/O 2010. Developers praised the update, calling it and its features a “welcome addition” to the platform.Android 2.2 will bring the phone operating system closer to parity with its competitors. With 2.2r4 out now and a projected final release date of Summer ’10, Android 2.2 is coming fast.But stepping back from all of the commotion, what exactly is Google offering with this update? What are these new features and who will benefit from them? There are plenty of questions about Android 2.2–and here are the answers.[See http://www.trollaxor.com/2010/05/android-22-googles-catchupgrade.html.]

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