Update: Picture removed at the request of its creator.
Just imagine the look of surprise on an al Qaeda member's face when they thought they were loading a tutorial on how to "make a bomb in the kitchen of your mom" but actually got...a recipe for mojito cupcakes.
When little green Android robots are young, they love to nibble on cupcakes. As they grow older though, their tastes change. They begin to explore donuts, eclairs, frozen yogurt and—-HEY! Somebody get that robot away from that apple!
Cupcake? Froyo? Ben&Jerry's? I can't be the only one who's unable to remember the various iterations of Android running on various handsets. This chart will clear things up...for a few weeks before its obviated by new firmware updates. [Android Tapp]
We thought the next version of Android would be called Flan, but Engadget is reporting "Froyo" to be the codename for Google's next iteration of mobile OS. On a slightly related note, with the current resurgence of the froyo craze, I feel sorta bad for TCBY. [Engadget]
Android 1.5, otherwise known as Cupcake, has caused way, way more grief than any incremental cellphone OS update has a right to, is finally, truly pushing OTA—not just developers, not just Brits, but to regular American G1's. This, I
hope, will be the last we ever have to speak of it. —Thanks NiGHTS,…
There's a new version of TuneWiki for Android Cupcake, and it looks like a pretty solid update: The Blip feature burps your current playlist to Facebook and/or Twitter, and there's a new Android homescreen widget for faster, more direct player access. You can also pay $5 for no ads.
G1 owners: Some people got it already, but expect the Cupcake general public rollout to officially start next Tuesday. According to one reliable source, that will be C-Day. This goes along with T-Mobile's previous statement about the delivery of Android's new version:
T-Mobile will start rolling out the long awaited 1.5 'Cupcake' update to all G1 users next week. The over-the air update should be available to everyone by the end of May.
It usually takes me about 60-90 seconds to eat a cupcake; this guy took about 10 minutes with his. On view: the new camcorder function, soft keyboard, browser improvements and YouTube uploads.
Good news for G1 users: T-Mobile Germany's says that the Cupcake updates will be released next month. They have stated in their G1 promotional page, heralding the new features which sadly don't include vanilla frosting.