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
T-Mobile officially announces that it will roll out the Android 1.5 update to T-Mobile G1 owners at the end of next week.
Google's Android operating system gets its update to version 1.5, codenamed Cupcake, today, if you're a G1 user
Google's showing its sweet tooth with previews of yummy new features expected in Android 1.5 Cupcake, the next generation of its open-source mobile OS
Care for a Dell Cupcake? We knew you would. Credit to Dell for not only listening to reader suggestions, but for doing their own video hacking.
The search giant's new Cupcake SDK lets coders take advantage of video support, soft keyboards, a better browser, and other features coming to Android.
Google's plans for Cupcake, version 1.5 of its operating system, include a lot of features that are suspiciously familiar to those Apple's iPhone already has. But here's an original concept that sounds pretty useful so far.
T-Mobile USA announces that it has delayed the Android 1.5 update for the T-Mobile G1 by one week.
Check out ZDNet UK's photo gallery of the HTC Magic smartphone running Android OS 1.5.
With Android 1.5, the open-source mobile phone operating system is gradually maturing, and so are the programming tools central to creating software for it.