I'm not so sure Google wanted it to be released like this but here you go...
Notables include the Google Talk video chat, the new UI and the integration of Books, Youtube, Gmail and Google's other properties.
The video was briefly posted to YouTube in the Android developers account, then taken down. Android Police then reposted it and Google has yet to pull it from YouTube since the cat is now out of the bag.
Update: Here's the Official Google statement.
Is Andy Rubin's appearance at a technology conference Google's opportunity to launch Android 2.3?
IntoMobile speculates that Andy Rubin's appearance at the D conference on December 6 and 7 will be the launching point of the next major release of the Android OS.
Mr. Android, aka Andy Rubin, will be making an appearance at an upcoming show in San Francisco on the 6th of December. The show is "D: Dive Into Mobile" (yeah, we MORESeth Weintraub - Nov 24, 2010 11:05 AM ET
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