Android fans eager to get a look at the latest Nexus smartphones and tablets will have to wait a little longer. Google e-mailed reporters today saying that it was canceling the event because of concerns surrounding Hurricane Sandy.
As the storm gathered strength, Google faced mounting questions over whether it would continue with the event as planned. The waterfront pier where the event had been scheduled is now in an evacuation zone. Yesterday, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo declared a state of emergency.
Google said it would let reporters know as soon as the event was rescheduled.
On Monday, the company was-- in both 7- and new 10-inch varieties -- and a Nexus 4 smartphone. It was also expected to show off Android 4.2.
While the official announcements have been pushed back, there's still plenty of reading material available online. Images manuals popped up on the Internet, and an showed up on Twitter.leaked online yesterday; Google's Vic Gundotra taken with a Nexus 10 on Google+;