Froyo is the newest version of Google's open source Android operating system. It's been out for a couple of months now, and today Verizon has begun rolling it out to Motorola Droid customers.
Mashable's Julie O'Dell reports, "We're currently seeing upgrades rolling in on our own devices, and after downloads and double-checks, we can confirm that Froyo has indeed come to the Droid at long last."
Unfortunately, Verizon prohibits the ability to use Droid as a WiFi hotspot. It's one of the coolest Froyo features we've never seen.