May 18th, 2010 by Samantha
Google’s Android platform has recently experienced a surge in interest and it looks like there is no sign of it stopping soon, as Google ready themselves to announce the newest version at their developer conference Google I/O tomorrow.
The event, held in San Francisco, is a chance for Google to show off their new toys, tools and developments to like-minded geeks. One of the toys they are expected to showcase is Android 2.2, an update which brings enhanced WiFi connectivity, Flash support and improved performance.
What does this mean for their competitors? Well, the lack of Flash is already a sticking point for some looking at an iPhone, but the new performance increase might just swing it for some people.