Google Android phone launch: Live blog at 7:30 a.m. PDT

After months of waiting, T-Mobile is about to unveil the first phone to use Google's Android software.

Tuesday is G-day for T-Mobile USA as it introduces the world to the first ever Google Android phone.

To keep up with the news as it happens, check out the CNET News live blog from the press conference held by T-Mobile at 10:30 a.m. EDT (7:30 a.m. PDT) in New York City.

T-Mobile USA will be the first mobile operator to offer a phone that uses the open-source Google Android operating system. The device made by HTC has been widely anticipated. And on Tuesday morning, T-Mobile and Google will finally unveil the phone, which is expected to go on sale in October.

I'll be at the event, live blogging the announcement with a host of other CNET folks. So make sure to follow all the action on the CNET News Wireless Blog and come back to CNET News later in the day for video and photos of the new device. CNET Reviews will also be posting a First Look of the device, and I'll be joined by Natali Del Conte of CNET TV, who will also share her initial thoughts on the big news.

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