Released roughly once a month, Google's platform versions give us an idea as to which builds of Android are growing, and which updates are refusing to die.
The Android 2.1 update for the HTC Hero is coming in two parts, and HTC still insists that we'll all have it by the end of June, so get ready
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
Sick of being stuck in the Android-update slow lane, HTC Hero hackers have taken matters into their own hands and released a mostly working version of Android 2.1
Amazon offers same-day shipping, Verizon bashes the iPhone, and we have screenshots of a test version of Android 2.0 code-named Eclair.
Leaked screen shots of a Google Android operating system from the far distant future show us what could be in store for version 2.0 Éclair -- such as oodles of Facebook
Sprint's latest iDEN Android smartphone finally gets a release date and pricing but doesn't exactly impress with Android 2.1 Eclair.
Sony Ericsson announces that the update to the Eclair version of the Android OS is launching in the U.S.--six months later than previously promised.
Google's Eclair update for Android offers a host of changes including multitouch support.
The upcoming Eclair branch of Android is rumored to be Android 2.0 and include multitouch support.