A giant Froyo hits the Googleplex

A giant Froyo hits the Googleplex
Unless you've been living under a rock for the last year or so, you surely know that Google has a habit of marking the launch of each key Android build by placing a giant statue of a dessert in its Googleplex (the company's headquarters). Until now, next to the green robot we've seen a Cupcake, a Donut, and an Eclair. As time goes by (and as the Google I/O conference draws near), it was only natural to see the company ready itself for the next installment of the OS by getting a giant Froyo (frozen yogurt) in place, which is still under wraps though. This, of course, comes to show us how close Android 2.2's release is, foreshadowing the arrival of cool stuff like Flash 10.1 support.

source: Engadget and TechCrunch


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