Google sends out press invites for July 24th event hosted by new Android chief


Google press invite July 24th

Stop the presses! Google has just began sending out press invites for a mysterious July 24th event. They’re calling it breakfast with Sundar Pichai, you guys may know him as the new Android chief who recently took over for Andy Rubin, and also continues working with Chrome.

No word on what they have planned, but expect we’re thinking the long rumored Nexus 7, Android 4.3 and possibly even the Moto X will make an appearance. Our flight is booked, and we’ll bring the latest as it unfolds. Don’t worry if you can’t make it, Google is also planning to livestream the event as well.

Chris Chavez
I've been obsessed with consumer technology for about as long as I can remember, be it video games, photography, or mobile devices. If you can plug it in, I have to own it. Preparing for the day when Android finally becomes self-aware and I get to welcome our new robot overlords.

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  1. Breakfast?
    What are they serving Key Lime Pie?
    Jellybean isn’t a breakfast? Right?

    Google Food confirmed :P

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      Nexus 5 would be great! I would
      settle for a T-Mobile/ATT Nexus 4 LTE version running 4.3. I’m holding
      out for a Nexus device supporting LTE. Actually, if they were smart
      they would come out with Nexus4, 7 and 10’s with LTE radios. They can’t
      ignore this for much longer.

    2. Whatever! Android 4.3 or 5.0, it’s still not as smooth as iOS

      1. lol Windows 8 is not as smooth as windows 98 on modern devices, but it is more advanced.

        1. Please don’t feed the trolls. Also sure iOS may seem smoother, and may seem like it never has a force close, yet whenever i use someone’s iphone suddenly without warning I appear at the home screen as if apple is telling me nothing to see here clearly you must’ve made a mistake, there are no force closes here.

          Also windows 7 is amazingly smooth a finished project, it seems microsoft’s terrible strategy is to rush to market unfinished beta software vista/8 and then slowly give the features people actually want, and improve it over the next 2-5 years. Windows 9 will probably be amazing. Windows 8 should be killed, killed with fire.

          1. Lol i own a iPhone, that thing force closes every 5 min, its the most annoying thing ever, and i agree on Windows 8, i hate the metro interface but performance wise its pretty fast, i have 2 different laptops about same hardware specs running both windows 8 and 7, web page loading time is much faster, even apps.. like Photoshop load up 1-2 seconds faster. Of course if your not comparing them side by side to each other its not going to be noticeable. Still prefer windows 7 though just because of the home screen and i don’t have to dig through like 5 different screens to change a setting or look for a file.

  2. Sundar is going to drop 4.3 right on our foreheads.

    1. or is it 5.0??????

      1. Hoping for 7 myself. Nexus 7 that is.

      2. 5.0 prob wont come till October, + its not like their going to completely skip 4.3, my guess is a new nexus 7 with 4.3 release, than in the fall Nexus 5 and a new nexus 10 tablet with 5.0.

        1. yea now that you mention it, i think they did show a nexus 4 or something running 4.3 a few weeks back.

    2. weak,

      4.3 is even less different from 4.2 as 4.2 was from 4.1.

      Bring on the 5.0!

  3. A week from now, I will be glued to my cubicle from 9AM onward.

    Please Do Not Disturb.

  4. I want them to serve steaming Nexus 7(2)’s

    1. thats gonna be a little awkward isnt it, nexus 7 too! lol

  5. Motorola neXus

    1. your getting us all worked up here. they call that teasing! lol

    2. From all reports, no Motorola device will ever be branded as a Nexus. This is becuase Motorola is a Google company and thus such branding would give Motorola an unfair advantage.

  6. I am hoping for Nexus 5 announcement or Keylime Pie

    1. Then you will be seriously disappointed.

      1. How could you say that unless you are involved or have a source at Google?

        1. I can see the future.

  7. I wouldnt think moto x for a google announcement. they want to keep google and motorola seperate so this wouldnt make sense in that regard. If there is a new nexus 7 it should definitely be there, but im really hoping to hear about a nexus 5 although that may happen closer to october for a november release. AND CAN WE GET SOME KEY LIME PIE?

  8. Nexus 7

  9. Will there be blueberry pancakes? Because if so, I’m there!

    1. I head they’ll have blue waffles.

      1. in that case I will actively pass. >.<

  10. Oh boy, šhit just got real!

    1. Just because you put that funky symbol over the ‘S’ doesn’t make it any less vulgar. =.P

      1. Lol I was just trying to make sure the comment got posted and without the symbol it would not have lol

  11. I first read the title as “…event hosted by new Android chef”.

    BREAKING NEWS! – Google’s latest invention, an Android-powered food-maker, specializes in delicious desserts!

    1. It’s-It

  12. I think I just wet myself…:-)

  13. maybe google glass will use breakfast foods, instead of desserts for names, since they are already in an unnammed alpha stage, next up could be blueberry pancakes, or even dare I say bacon?

    1. Slogan: Start your day with Google Glass. also hopefully by the time they get to Eggs, they’ve gotten the long forgotten google automation and integration stuff that never came to be working, and “OK glass, make some eggs, fried is a valid command”

    2. glass runs android.

      1. yes, but it runs very different version numbers, since a lot of the core inputs/display are different, it also updates on a different schedule right now at least once a month versus approximately once a year although id expect that to slow down when they enter commercial market. it might make more sense to give it a variation of the android it is based on, banana flavored jelly bean? cherry jelly bean? but that would get very complicated as well

        1. At one point, there was a tablet OS for Android. It was called Honeycomb. Phones didn’t use it since it was for Tablets only. Eventually the OS’s conjoined and became one.

          I think they would do the same for Glass. This is probably why Key Lime Pie hasn’t come out yet. Key Lime Pie will combine EVERY Google device. It would be flexible enough to fit on any and every screen size. Also, if you unlock your developer settings you’ll be able to change your DPI on the fly. I’m also doing some wishful thinking. LoL!!

          1. Possibly, but having a jack of all trades os isn’t necessarily the best option. Glass for the time being at least functions as both a primary os and an accessory to a smartphone os. Plus for the time being glass will have moderate specs, do you really need to waste lots of space running phone os software and features that don’t make sense on glass? OS bloat is a dangerous enemy that both Windows and OS X have had trouble fighting. I’m still holding out for a chrome os/android marriage, but my guess is android tablets are a generation away from handling it, and phones 2-3 generations. chrome for android is getting closer and closer to catching up to full chrome for computers. and really once you have full chrome running well with lots of tabs at once on android, you have my perfect machine. This of course requires at least 2gb of ram and more like 4gb for practicality and 8gb+ for any sort of poweruser.

            Whenever new high-end phones come out I like to compare them to my almost 6 year old what was a high end laptop (c2d dual core 2.0ghz, 4gb ram, 1680x1050p screen), and see when smartphones overtake it, (I believe the current gen have in almost all areas) and then watch as they close the gap on more modern laptops. although as we have seen like all processors, it’s almost possible to compare them without having both in front of you. It seems not all ghz are created equal.

  14. Bring on the Key Lime Pie and new Nexus 7!

  15. Nexus 5 would be great! I would settle for a T-Mobile/ATT Nexus 4 LTE version running 4.3. I’m holding out for a Nexus device supporting LTE. Actually, if they were smart they would come out with Nexus4, 7 and 10’s with LTE radios. They can’t ignore this for much longer.

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