Next version of Android will be called Froyo?

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Next version of Android will be called Froyo?
Sometimes you’ve really got to wonder who are the creative geniuses are who come up with the codenames for the Android platform. Continuing to follow their form with alphabetical pastry or dessert names, the next in line we all thought would become Flan. Instead, it’s going to be aptly called Froyo which is short for “frozen yogurt.” During the Engadget Show in New York City, their guest star was none other than Erick Tseng who is the Senior Product Manager of Android at Google.  He broke the news and probably disappointed Flan fans around the world, but it would’ve been too unlikely to see Froyo as a candidate for such a prestigious award. Other than that one sweet tidbit of information, nothing else could be squeezed out about the next version of Android.

source: Engadget

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8 Comments

1. vzw fanman

Posts: 1977; Member since: Dec 11, 2008

should be exciting. what's a froyo though?

2. VZ DUB

Posts: 27; Member since: Jan 02, 2010

"Instead, it’s going to be aptly called Froyo which is short for “frozen yogurt.”

3. vzw fanman

Posts: 1977; Member since: Dec 11, 2008

ya what is frozen yogurt?

4. vzwtechbill

Posts: 175; Member since: Mar 16, 2009

Ever had T.C.B.Y.? Thats frozen yogurt, similiar to icecream, only yogurt based instead of cream. There's your culinary lesson for the day ;)

5. vzw fanman

Posts: 1977; Member since: Dec 11, 2008

whats tcby?

6. cellgeek82

Posts: 518; Member since: Dec 20, 2009

You need to get out more.

7. vzw fanman

Posts: 1977; Member since: Dec 11, 2008

or maybe i don't have it in my area.

8. Striker13084

Posts: 128; Member since: Mar 30, 2009

dude lay off him

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