First off, I want to apologize if this has been posted, but I looked around and didn't see anything:
LinuxPlanet - Reports - Linux 2.6.33 Boosts Graphics, Dumps Android - The Linux Kernel Races Forward
While new graphics hardware is being supported in 2.6.33, the release is actually dropping support for Google's Android. Kroah-Hartman noted in a Linux git development system comment that the drivers were no longer being maintained.
"These drivers are no longer being developed and the original authors seem to have abandoned them and hence, do not want them in the mainline kernel tree," Kroah-Hartman wrote.
Kroah-Hartman, who is also a, expanded on the comment earlier this month, in a detailed blog post that indicated that without additional help from Google developers, Android code that's heavily dependent on development in Google's kernel tree can't be merged with the mainline Linux kernel.
He also said in the post that he plans on providing additional details at the CELF Embedded Linux Conference in mid-April.