Obvious Simpson’s reference aside, here is some news for those current (or upcoming) Android users. Google has released the SDK for Android 1.6 or Donut (which really gives the power to developers to fine tune the update). However, what interests the consumer is that Donut will officially be served to the masses “as early as October” (HEY! that is in like two weeks!). This Donut will be stuffed with a tasty cream filling of QuickSearch (which is like the universal search of Palm’s WebOS), a text to speech API (with translators!), a revamped market place, and the capability to run on CDMA networks (for Sprint and Verizon) and in different screen resolutions or sizes. You can watch the video above for a run down and demonstration of 1.6. Seems like an interesting update that will be eaten up around the world. Tell us what you thin in the comments!