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
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
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
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.
Nearly a year old, the T-Mobile handset will never see an Android update. Moto announced today that it will be unable to upgrade the XT from Cupcake to Eclair.
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.
These two join a growing list of Motoblur devices that won't be supported with future updates.
O2 has joined Orange in offering an Android 2.1 update for the Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 family of smart phones, while the manufacturer has confirmed multi-touch is in the offing.
The Really Mobile Project reveals that Dell Streak owners should be getting the Android 2.1 Froyo upgrade, and according to a management consultant who's played with it, it improves the device significantly.
The long and winding road to a Android 2.1 update for the Xperia X10 continues, as Sony Ericsson tells furious owners they'll have to wait even longer for an upgrade.