A recent article on Yahoo News! from "The Street" writer Scott Moritz, caught my eye. The title to the article is, "10 Androids That Outmuscle the iPhone", and it goes to show that the mainstream media is really catching on to what we already knew about Android vs. iPhone. Apparently, there are going to be several Androids that are much better than the iPhone. Who'da thunk it? Several of the phones mentioned in the article were very notable Androids, although some aren't even that impressive. He specifically named the following 10 devices as the phones that were "out-muscling" the iPhone: Samsung Nexus S, Sprint LG Optimus (Pretty sure he was talking about the follow-up version) Samsung Droid Charge, Verizon Samsung Function (probably VZW version of Galaxy S II), Verizon Motorola Mobility Targa (probably the Bionic), Verizon HTC Sensation, AT&T LG Revolution, Verizon Samsung Infuse, AT&T HTC Thunderbolt, Verizon Motorola Atrix, AT&T The article had this to say about the Android ecosystem starting to dominate the market over the iPhone, Of course the Android tech news websites already post this stuff daily, but it's interesting to see it really start to take hold in the "mainstream" media. Most of the time when you see articles comparing the Android to the iPhone in regular news outlets, the articles tend to "favor" the Apple product a bit. It's nice to see people starting to see that we don't all have to drink the Apple "Kool-aid" and that there is an alternative "fruit-punch" out there. Source: Android.net via Yahoo News!