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Version 2.2 of Google's Android operating system promises the ability to use your phone as a modem for your laptop -- it's tethering-agogo
Android 2.2 Froyo promises huge speed improvements over earlier versions of Android, so we put the rubber to the road with some strenuous speed tests
Flash Player 10.1 on Android 2.2 is a bucket of flashy fun, but will it drain the life out of your batteries? Adobe's got some stats that say no
Motorola is quick to address Android 2.2 and its flagship handset. No surprises here as the company does intend to make Froyo available as an update in the near future. Great! Now define "near future" and we'll be happier!
With Android 2.2 'Froyo' officially announced, the next question is which Android phones will get the update? Google and HTC respond.
We got a peek at some of the new features inside Google's Android OS 2.2. Take our video tour to see what's in store for Flash and portable hot spots.
Also coming with the Froyo release: better Exchange integration, Wi-Fi hot spot abilities, better Bluetooth--and at least a few weeks' wait.
A software update to Android's camera software adds some neat new tricks, the main one being that you can finally use the thing with one hand.
With less than a week to go before Android 2.2 is unveiled, the list of new features continues to grow. The latest bit of information to arrive tells us that Froyo will have Wi-Fi mobile hots pots and USB-tethering built right into the platform.
A handful of Web browser applications can be found in the Android Market, each with their own advantages and features. Let's take a look at two popular titles and find out what exists out there beyond the pre-loaded client.