Google is Hungry: Android Gingerbread and Frozen Yogurt Coming Soon
Google Frees the Web and the PhonesThe Linux-based Android version 2.2, dubbed Froyo (frozen yogurt), isn't even officially out yet and the blogosphere is abuzz with reports that the follow-up, Gingerbread, is due in the fourth quarter of this year.
During Google's developer conference, Google I/O, the Internet giant yesterday rolled out a new royalty-free, open-source video/media format, labeled WebM, and Gingerbread is mentioned in what appears to be an inadvertent leak in the WebM FAQ.
The WebM project, an industry initiative unveiled yesterday by Google in partnership with Mozilla, Opera and 40 other entities, "is dedicated to developing a high-quality, open video format for the Web that is freely available to everyone..."
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