The image seen above has been what users of some Android devices are seeing when they navigate to Google via their Android devices. So far we have been told that users of the Droid, Droid x, and Incredible are all seeing the toggle switch for instant. And if you forgot, or haven't used Google in some time, here is what Google Instant is all about: [youtube]ElubRNRIUg4[/youtube] It's likely more devices will be available to activate it later today. What about you? Do you see it? Let us know in the comments! [Via DroidLife]
The process is pretty detailed and lengthy and requires updating the baseband. Don’t be too concerned, this is all taken care of by a program made by Qualcomm so, in theory, it is safe. However, as with all rooting, nothing is 100% safe and you will need to try it at your own risk. You can check out the instructions for download over at Android @ Modaco
Fennec 2.0 to Firefox 4.0 to stay current with it’s desktop counterpart. Well now it’s officially in beta for Android. Firefox is built on the same technology platform as the desktop browser and is optimized in many ways for mobile browsing.
Yesterday, we informed you that if you went and signed up to the Angry Birds mailing list that they would send it to you, and you would have the option to download the beta to test it out. Well with overwhelming response, they have said that they are going to go ahead and make the beta available in the Marketplace for every one to test out.