By Jim Karpen on Mon, 05/10/2010
As you may know, Android is Google's very popular smartphone platform that's been rapidly adopted by carriers and manufacturers and is strongly competing with the iPhone. A couple of our bloggers, including Steve Green, posted the news when a hacker got Android running on an original iPhone in late April. Now, as you can read in a post on DailyTech, the same hacker has it running on an iPhone 3G, with the 3GS coming. You don't want to try this at home, especially since it entails jailbreaking the iPhone, but it's fun to see it working — and that one can still use the iPhone as an iPhone (though not simultaneously).