Google has just posted the above video tour of Android 2.0 Eclair, but does it look as yummy to you as its namesake? Android Central has already dished the specs, but it's nice to see them in motion and all official.
Meanwhile, talk sure seems to be shifting from the initial Droid ad's "iPhone killer" aura to scuttlebutt that Google is really targeting Microsoft and Windows Mobile with this OS. The New York Times, TechCrunch, and Daring Fireball (twice), all bring up great points, Gruber especially:
Microsoft’s angle is that because Android is freely available to handset makers, that Google has no business model for Android. But they do: search advertising. (Another case where I wonder whether Microsoft says this because they think people are stupid and will believe whatever Microsoft says, or, worse, if their executives actually believe this.) What Google wants are lots of mobile search queries. The one angle Hansell misses, which further makes the point that Android is not targeted against the iPhone, is that the iPhone generates a ton of mobile search queries for Google. Apple may see Android as a competitor, but Google loves the iPhone.
So, what do you think of Android 2.0, and should Apple worry, or Microsoft, or both?