The latest Android numbers are in.
Continuing with Samsung's recent history of long delays in updating its Android phones, the Epic 4G is finally getting its chance to shine with Android version 2.2, also known as Froyo.
Well the latest stats are in about how many Android users are using which version of the operating system, and so far less than one half of one percent are running the most recent platform.
Are you looking forward to booting Honeycomb on your current Android tablet?
Well, sorry to disappoint, but it seems as if the next-gen iteration of Google's popular mobile operating system requires some pretty hefty specs.
According to the latest statistics released by Google, only 36.2% of Android phones are running the most current version of the operating system, and 23% are running versions that are over a year old.
Yes, the awesome Froyo may rule our smartphones for now. But Android Gingerbread seems like it is shaping up to be a tricked-out, must-have mobile OS.
LG is officially abandoning plans to launch a tablet powered by Android 2.2 (Froyo). However, the company remains committed to Android and is currently talking with Google about utilizing future iterations of the popular operating system for next-gen tablet devices.
A high-ranking Google exec recently insisted that Android 2.2 (Froyo) was optimized for smartphones. But TouchDown Exchange developer NitroDesk believes Froyo is more than ready to support fully-functioning tablet applications.
Froyo - which launched just four months ago - is already running on approximately 29% of all Android-based devices.
A high-ranking Google exec has gone on record as stating that Android 2.2 (Froyo) is optimized for smartphones - not tablets.
HTC Desire owners who subscribed to UK mobile service provider O2 are finding themselves with a useless phone after upgrading to Android 2.2.
ViewSonic is slated to showcase its shiny ViewPad 7 at IFA 2010. But we at TG Daily have the specs, right here, right now. And they are looking pretty sweet, too.
Motorola is cracking down on a leaked Android 2.2 (Froyo) update for its Droid X smartphone by sending cease and desist letters to sites like MyDroidWorld for hosting the unauthorized software.
Chrome to Phone allows users to quickly send content to Froyo-powered (Android 2.2) phones. The latest official extension for the popular browser currently supports the instant transfer of web pages, maps, YouTube videos, phone numbers and text.
Google has unceremoniously removed an "Easy Root" application from its Android marketplace.
Google may be slowly phasing out its flagship Nexus One, but the popular smartphone still has plenty to offer - such as shooting 720p video in all its HD glory.
Verizon has reportedly blocked tethering and Wi-Fi hotspot creation in its Android 2.2 (Froyo) update for Motorola's Droid.
The final countdown for the long-awaited launch of Dell’s Streak tablet has begun. The device - which hits the steamy streets sometime this summer - is expected to carry a $300 price tag contingent upon a 2 year service contract with AT&T.
Google marked the end of an era today with the final shipment of Nexus One smartphones to its online store.
Once the popular devices are sold out, the Nexus One will no longer be available online from the Mountain View-based company.
As many as 40,000 people have downloaded hacked versions of the latest Android update as everyone impatiently waits for their phone to get the latest version of the operating system.