Canceled: CNET's live coverage of Google's Android event

Google has canceled Monday's Android event because of Hurricane Sandy. We'll update you with a separate post when we know more.

Update, October 27: Google has canceled Monday's Android event because of Hurricane Sandy. We'll update you with a separate post when we know more.

Google is holding a special event Monday in New York City where it's expected to take the wraps off the latest version of the Android operating system, plus several new Nexus devices.

Join CNET's live blog for up-to-the-second coverage of the event. We expect Google to unveil its latest Android operating system, known as Android 4.2 . And not just one, but two new devices running the software: high-end tablet, the Nexus 10, from Samsung Electronics; and LG Electronics's first Nexus phone, called the Nexus 4. Google is also expected to show off the Nexus 7 tablet with the new Android 4.2 running on it.

The press conference kicks off at 7 a.m. PT. CNET's Brian Bennett, Rich Brown and I will be giving you all the news live from New York. And our photographer Sarah Tew will be snapping away and posting pictures in our live blog. The event is being held at Basketball City on the Lower East Side of Manhattan.

CNET will also be running a pre-show hosted by Brian Tong and CNET News Google reporter Casey Newton starting at 6:30 a.m. Pacific. And Brian Tong will stick around for a post show discussion of the news with CNET Reviews editors Donald Bell and Sharon Vaknin.

Google is offering a live stream of the event, which you'll also be able to find on our live blog page.

Which, by the way, is here:

Join CNET's live coverage of Google's Android event: Monday, 7 a.m. PT
 

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