Google Debuts a New Version of Android

Posted by: Olga Kharif on February 14, 2008

Google, which has been hard at work enhancing its Android operating system for cell phones, just came out with a new version of the software. The biggest change: Google introduced a new digital menu design.

The blogosphere is still trying to figure out if it likes Android’s new looks or not, and Google is quick to point out that the menus are a work in progress. But here’s a link to a page with some pictures of what an Android-enabled phone’s screen might look like, so you can judge for yourself.

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Michael Molin

February 17, 2008 10:19 PM

No chances for Google until they adopt the Cell PC concept - a MotoRAZR where the keypad is replaced by a touch screen - like in a Nintendo DS Lite.

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