Google's "These go to eleven" event: Live Coverage!

Welcome to our liveblog, dedicated to Google's "These go to eleven" event held today. What should we expect to see? Well, the invitation doesn't really say much, but of course, it does say "These go to eleven", which is what reveals the little info we have right now. Apparently, "These go to eleven" is a phrase from a 1984 movie called Spinal Tap, and means "to turn up the volume to the max". As you can imagine, this leads us to believe that the event will be centered around the Google Music offering, possibly bringing the rumored Music Store.

However, we shouldn't completely rule out some Galaxy Nexus-related news, as we also notice the T-Mobile logo making a sneaky appearance in the invitation. Whatever Google's going to announce, you'll learn all about it here - via the live tracker below, or via our special Twitter channel: @PhoneArenaLive.

Stay tuned to us as the event is scheduled to begin at 2PM PT | 4PM CT | 5PM ET!



1. downphoenix

Posts: 3165; Member since: Jun 19, 2010

maybe t-mobile logo is because google is buying them out :)

3. monkeyfeet

Posts: 32; Member since: Jan 27, 2011

I wish, that would be sweet!

2. joseg81

Posts: 204; Member since: Jul 15, 2011

and is it a coincidence that the google nexus colors are there between the beatles n the android?

4. Oreo10

Posts: 3; Member since: Nov 15, 2011

No Nexus? :(

5. androidphan

Posts: 32; Member since: Nov 06, 2011

I'll say this. T mobile sucks. Worst US carrier ever. I'd rather use boost mobile.

6. TMobileRep_52_SwaaaG

Posts: 40; Member since: Oct 03, 2011

I'll say this... you're retarded ^

7. Ivan6479

Posts: 250; Member since: Jun 26, 2011

I have to agree with androidphan. Back when I had T-mobile I had drop calls like it was going out of style, but now I'm with AT&T and I can honestly say the only thing I miss about T-mobile was the price, but I guess it's true what they say "You get what you pay for." LOL

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