The Motorola Droid 2 has launched, officially ushering in the second generation of high-end Android devices. The original Droid was Android's first big seller, and hopes are high for its sequel. Adobe is certainly throwing their support behind it. They've recently posted a page bragging that the D2 is the first smartphone with out-of-the-box Flash 10.1.
If that doesn't signal the end of one era and the start of another, I don't know what does. We've waited so long for Flash 10.1 that it almost felt like vaporware. Now though, the whole of the Internet is open to Android users.
The Droid 2 has a 1 GHz processor, 3.7" display, improved sliding keyboard, 5 MP camera, 8 GB of on-board storage and the ability to accept a 32 GB microSD card. It can act as a 3G hotspot for up to 5 other devices for an extra $20 / month.