The iPhone had its security growing pains when it was first released, and now Droid has its own flaw that lets anyone bypass your password screen with just the push of a button.
Droid owners can expect their promised Android 2.0.1 OTA update to be pushed to their phones within the next 48 hours, if not already. Reported improvements include a fixed autofocus, improved battery life and audio quality, and a new unlock screen. Sounds like a nice holdover until Android 2.1's arrival early next…
It's a minor update, but the Android 2.0.1 SDK just came out, mostly consisting of little bug fixes (Bluetooth, resource allocation, that kind of thing). Alongside that, there'll be an OTA update for the Droid in "the coming weeks."