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The codename for the first major release of the open source mobile operating system, Android. Cupcake, which bumps the software's version to 1.5, the first significant upgrade since Android's initial Fall 2008 release. Key features of the 1.5 upgrade include speech recognition tools, a virtual keyboard, video upload support for YouTube and support for live data feeds and live folders, which store real-time updates without having to open an application. It will also support a wide range of phone designs.

See also "Android Cupcake Served to T-Mobile G1 Users" on internetnews.com.

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