writes "In an interview with the New York Times, Google's Any Rubin confirmed that Android 2.2 will have support for Flash 10.1. The timing of this announcement serves up a special sort of "screw you" to Steve Jobs and Apple who recently explained why you will never see Flash on an Apple mobile device."
writes "Google has rolled Google Maps Navigation for all Android 1.6+ devices, even the lowly HTC Dream (aka T-Mobile G1). Features include traffic, satellite, and street view overlaid with your route. PC World has a nice feature overview. What does this mean for dedicated GPS device makers, now that a free, "good enough" turn by turn GPS is available to the ever-increasing number of Android users? What does it mean for the iPhone, where Google has yet to port this application? Google says it will port, if Apple approves.
After using it for a few days now, I agree with the "good enough" verdict."