Brighthand: Android OS 2.2 finally available for AT&T's Samsung Captivate smartphone.
Device Index Froyo
InformationWeek: With Honeycomb, Androids makes the leap from glorified smartphone platform to a true tablet OS.
Mobile Burn: AT&T and Rogers customers finally getting platform update for their Android-run mobile device.
Mobile Burn: Android 2.2 Froyo is now installed on 51.8 percent of all Android smartphones.
Engadet: Verizon Wireless the most likely carrier and HTC manufacturer to update customers mobile devices the latest-and-greatest flavor of the Android OS.
TFTS: Froyo update coming to Samsung Fascinate (Galaxy S) and Continuum mobile devices in a few days.
Android 2.2 devices gain new administrative controls giving mobile management more browser-based security options.
Getting the best performance out of your Android-powered handset isn't just about mobile apps. We provide 10 tips for maximizing the mobile computing power of your Android smartphone.
Droid X owners finally join the coveted group of smartphone users running Android 2.2 but report the update generates SMS sorting glitch.
The portable media player firm preps five Android 2.2 tablet PCs for release this fall ranging from $199 to $349.
Vague deadlines, missing features, rogue ROMS and fragmentation plague the Android 2.2 rollout currently underway for the Droid , Droid X and other handsets running the mobile Linux OS.
With Android 2.2, dubbed Froyo, just being served and Gingerbread 3.0 not yet released, there's already buzz about the next version of Google's mobile Linux operating system.
The Motorola Droid 2 sports improved keyboard, Wi-Fi hotspot functionality and more mobile app storage, plus is only the fourth smartphone to date to run Android 2.2, dubbed Froyo.
Handsets running Google's mobile Linux system Android outsell iPhones, according to analysts, while carriers prep version 2.2 for rollout.
With the Linux mobile OS Android 2.2 SDK out, we highlight the top 10 features mobile app developers will want to know about.