Everyone, the time has come. Those of you that were disappointed at Google not announcing a new version of Android, or their update to the Nexus 7 at Google I/O a couple of months ago, may find the solution to your worries tomorrow. After Apple announced iOS 7 at WWDC, it’s clear that there are a lot of things at stake that the dudes at Mountain View need to address with this event, and we do expect to be impressed.

Google’s Breakfast with Sundar Pichai happens tomorrow, July 24th at Noon EST, 9:00AM Pacific and we’d love for you to join us in our usual Round Table as we discuss everything that’s happening as things get announced in the event.

There’s no denying that Google changed the tablet game last year with their Nexus 7, and they have an obligation to continue with the legacy. They taught us that tablets don’t have to be expensive, nor big to be great. The combination of good specs and an affordable price tag made this the best tablet of 2012, and it’s time to see what Google has in store for 2013. We are also expecting to see Android 4.3 at this event, but as Joe Levi showed us a couple of hours ago, that doesn’t necessarily mean hot news, so hardware definitely has to compensate for this.

Make sure you don’t miss any details of everything that gets announced. Simply circle back to this post tomorrow, as we’ll update it with our live stream. Just keep in mind that this will be a closed Hangout to allow us to provide you with all the details of everything that’s happening. Please share your questions or impressions in the comments as we go along and we’ll do our best to go through them during the show.

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