Android 3.0 Launch to Coincide with Google’s Music Service
It looks as though last week Android product manager Gaurav Jain has confirmed that the availability of Android 3.0 (Gingerbread) will coincide with the launch of Google’s music service this holiday season. In an interview with top Israeli financial newspaper Calcalist, Jain said the next installment of Android and the music service are expect in Q4 2010.
At Google I/O, Google showed off technology allowing Android users to stream music from their computers to their handsets. No word yet as to whether Gingerbread will bring additional features or just build on this concept. It will be interesting to see what Google has up their sleeve.
Anybody out there excited about what Google Music will bring to Android devices?
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