Live blog: Sundar Pichai and Google announce Chromecast, Nexus 7


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It has been just over four months since Sundar Pichai, the longtime head of Google’s Chrome and Chrome OS projects, added Android to his stable. Google invited reporters to a “breakfast” meeting Tuesday morning in San Francisco, and we were there to live blog it starting around 9am PT.

As expected Pichai and other Google employees showed off a new version of the Nexus 7 tablet, which has already leaked out on the web — it’s even up for pre-order at Best Buy(s bbuy) already –  and will likely have other Android goodies to discuss.

The company also unveiled the Chromecast, a $35 device that plugs into a TV’s HDMI port and allows you to use your mobile devices or laptops as a remote control to get content from YouTube, Netflix, and other partners on your big screen TV.

We’ll have much more on today’s announcements later.


Robert Salinas

Google needs to step away ftom apps…smart phone and tablets only make up 15% of the 7 bill devices. But there is an appless (cloud) solution with 2 patents that can build video to all devices on the fly.


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