It’s been 10 months since Flash was demoed on a shady T-Mobile G1 handset. 10 months is 10 lifetimes in the mobile gadget world. But now, Andy Rubin, VP of Engineering at Google has brought us all hope in an interview with the New York Times. In the upcoming Android “FroYo” launch (it stands for frozen yogurt, sir) Andy revealed that Flash will be built-in into the OS, meaning that you’d get to see the Internet it was made to be seen, unlike your Apple counterpart (don’t call us Android fanboys, we’re not!). Although as usual on Earth, with great news comes bad news, and the bad news is that Rubin didn’t say when Android 2.2 was coming. But if you’re tech savvy your “sources” should tell you sometimes in May. Gadget bloggers FTW.