Google has released the latest iteration of its Android OS (codenamed Donut) to the developer world and comes complete with multi-touch compatibility.
HTC has upped its predicted portion of Android phones from 30 to 50 per cent of all devices in 2010.
The Sense UI that debuted with the HTC Hero, bringing increased functionality to Android phones, has been hacked to work on the T-Mobile G1 and HTC Magic phones.
While all of the tech chatter this month seems to focus on the latest Apple iPhone 3G S, one thing that the ubiquitous Apple smartphone cannot do is run Adobe Flash video – which means that (non-iPhone) smartphone owners will welcome the latest news that a new version of Flash 10 for phones will be available in October.
Those of you that look at the iconic Android clock on your T-Mobile G1 or the HTC Magic and think: 'that's so 2008', get ready to pick up the uber-skinned HTC Hero ROM instead.
After the world has recently gone gaga over the latest Cupcake upgrade to the Android operating system, the next iteration of the software, Donut, has been demoed already.
T-Mobile looks likely to be bringing a completely redesigned G1 to the market after new pictures leak out of the version two handset.
T-Mobile might be in all sorts of trouble in the UK, but worldwide it's still pushing on with its Android revoltuoin and to that end looks likely to be bringing a redesigned G1 to the masses later this year.