ars Technica: "Google is rolling out Android 2.2, codenamed Froyo, to Nexus One handsets. The new version of the operating system brings an extremely noticeable performance boost, a handful of impressive new features, some minor user interface enhancements, and useful new APIs for developers."
PC World: "Codenamed "Froyo," for frozen yogurt, Android 2.2 includes more than 20 new features geared to enterprises, said Google's Vic Gundotra, vice president of engineering. Among these is integration with the Microsoft Exchange messaging system..."
Among the many exciting announcements in their annual I/O conference, Google released the Android 2.2 SDK (FroYo) to developers. This highly anticipated platform upgrade brings with it exciting improvements and features for users and new tools for application developers and publishers. Here's what we made of it
Enterprise Mobile Today: "The Linux-based Android version 2.2, dubbed Froyo (frozen yogurt), isn't even officially out yet and the blogosphere is abuzz with reports that the follow-up, Gingerbread, is due in the fourth quarter of this year."