Reminder: We'll be covering live Google's "These go to eleven" event today at 2pm Pacific/5pm Eastern!
Google is expected to unveil its Music service, which some call an iTunes rival, and will undoubtedly be binding it pretty tight with Android, so make sure you stick around for the apps, prices and features announcement today. Who knows, we might as well see something groundbreaking being revealed, too!
2. skywalker4711 posted on 16 Nov 2011, 08:45 0 0
Thought I read there would be live-streaming of the event on youtube.
3. iamcc posted on 16 Nov 2011, 09:10 1 0
I'm pretty sure there is, but for those who don't have access to that (might be at work or something) PhoneArena usually does a live blog also.
4. refrigerate_me posted on 16 Nov 2011, 09:58 0 0
yeah... damn those blocks..... luckily pa is still here...
5. ayephoner posted on 16 Nov 2011, 11:28 1 0
anyone think we\'ll get a vzw nexus announcement as part of this?
i guess its highly unlikely since google has said thats basically up to vzw, but i\'ll still be watching with that hope in mind.
7. protozeloz posted on 16 Nov 2011, 12:22 0 0
our best Hopes will be seeing it on T-mobile with the announcement, don't know why Verizon is delaying it when Europe its getting it on the 17th if its ready on UK why not in US yet? I think is Verizon trying to hook up as many RAZR as possible on peoples hand before the nexus so far it has beaten any other device on android polls around the web (and RAZR commercial campaign is crap) truth Nexus have become more and more popular with the pass of time
6. PhoneCritic posted on 16 Nov 2011, 12:21 1 0
Looking forward to see what Google rolls out. A music store would be great as it would offer an alternative and competition to the iTunes and Amazon store.and this might be huge for Google as all its phone and tablet users who previously purchased from Itune but uploaded their music to Google music will now have a one stop shop and may abandon itunes altogether.
Lets see what happens.
8. protozeloz posted on 16 Nov 2011, 12:23 0 0
They have to jump above the others and offer services outside US its a field most companies are missing right now