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Old 07-28-2009, 06:30 PM   #1
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LXer: Google Android "Donut" will not include multi-touch

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Android developers looking forward to the inclusion of multi-touch support in the upcoming release of Google's open source mobile operating system, code named "Donut", will need to wait even longer. It was previously believed that Donut, which would see a final release as Android version 2.0, would include the much anticipated multi-touch gesture support. In a post on Google Groups, Android developer Romain Guy has announced that the Donut release won't include multi-touch.



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