Tuesday, November 09, 2010

MC2 Post 838 Five features Google needs to deliver in Android 2.3

Waiting For Good Dough...

(Gingerbread 2.3)

Google has hinted that 2.3 could bring a user interface refresh that will reduce the need for handset makers to broadly deviate from the standard user experience.

Various leaks have suggested that the platform is 
being overhauled to boost its suitability for tablet devices. 
Google's new WebM multimedia format, which uses the  
VP8 codec, will likely be supported out of the box.

It's also possible that Gingerbread will include some of the music 

library streaming and synchronization features that the  
search giant demonstrated this year at the Google I/O conference.



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