Google has an Android O event on August 21st to coincide with the eclipse  Ryne Hager 24 hours ago 95 395 113 Total Shares603

Google has an Android O event on August 21st to coincide with the eclipse Ryne Hager 24 hours ago 95 395 113 Total Shares603

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Today it has been revealed that Android O, the next major version of

Google's operating system, will be "touching down" (and likely shown off)

on August 21st at 2:40 PM ET via a livestreamed event from New York City.


														
							

The wait is nearly over. In just a few more days those of us with supported devices might even be enjoying the latest and greatest release of Android. But at a minimum, we should know a lot more about it. 

 As our name might suggest, Android is sort of our raison d’être here at Android Police. And while we had a good idea that the 21st was an important date, this is the first official confirmation we’ve had that Google has something planned for the day. Unfortunately, we don’t quite know if “touching down” means an official release or just an announcement.
Along with the countdown for the upcoming event, Google’s page also has links to the NASA livestream, giving us a good way to spend some time before the event itself kicks off. I’ll be out in the mountains of Tennessee watching the eclipse, myself. So, unfortunately, I’ll probably miss out on the Android festivities (barring a good LTE signal), but you can trust our coverage of the release to be impeccable.
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Nisheeth Bhakuni