By Chuong Nguyen | May 10, 2010 2:30 PM
With the original iPhone hacked to boot Android OS creating an unholy Apple-Android matrimony, the same hackery has been applied to the newer generation iPhone 3G. Now, the iPhone 3G is shown off on video running Android and the only missing thing there is audio support, otherwise most other features are good to go. For iPhone users, perhaps this may be somewhat of an alternative for a native Google Voice app by booting into Android. Other potentials for this would be Adobe Flash support on Apple’s hardware, though admittedly not through the native OS, with newer versions of Android.