When it comes to oversized Android statues on Google's Mountain View campus, generally Building 44 is where the action is. There's one for each major version outside the home of the Android team, from Cupcake through to Jelly Bean.
But now it seems there's some competition from just across the street. According to Googler Paul Wilcox, who posted the shot above on Google+, this looming, chromed-...
In an unfortunate incident earlier this summer, the Jelly Bean statue on Google's lawn partially melted under the California sun, allowing thieves to make off with some of the delicious plastic beans inside. A fix had been promised, and now it's arrived -- a redesigned Jelly Bean statue has emerged from Building 44 (right), complete with reinforced, melt-resistant face.
Source: +Hugo Barra
Posted by Jerry Hildenbrand on 22 Oct 2010 6:49 pm
Look who dropped in for a visit at Google HQ -- it's the Gingerbread man, poised to join the rest of the tasty treats on the lawn at Google. There's no word on any announcement or code dropping, but it can't be too much longer now that this big fella is on site. Google's own unboxing video after the break. [via AndroidDev, TechCrunch]
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