Can I just say: finally. Finally. This isn't stricly an Android story, but NBC's decision to dump Microsoft's proprietary steaming technology, Silverlight, is a win for every single Android user who wants to watch the Olympics. Why? Because they're switching to YouTube, Google's very own video playground that's deeply integrated into (almost) every Android phone and tablet. In addition to making Android sports fans the world over happy, it's going to save millions of Internet citizens the hassle of installing the Silverlight plugin... which they haven't needed since two years ago, when the last Olympics made use of it.