Pocketnow Live



There’s no doubt about it: yesterday’s news was probably the most important for the tech world, whether your a fan or not of certain brand, and anticipated, by many enthusiasts. After a marathon of leaks, rumors, and alike, Google finally decided to make the announcement. We thought, and maybe some others too, that it will be a real event; instead, Google just went with a silent announcement, a Press Release-only thing, just like last year (but back in 2012 a hurricane had a lot to do with it).

We’ll talk about the Nexus 5 and Android 4.4, your impressions, whether you’re buying one or not, why, and what are the implications of such great hardware at such a great price. Of course, if you couldn’t care less about Android and the Nexus 5, we can talk about other devices, platforms, or just keep it casual, and count the candy y’all collected this Halloween.

Join us today, Friday, November 1, 10:00 AM EDT (click for your own time zone — watch out for winter time!!!) for a casual, one-hour-and-a-bit conversation, where you can interact with Pocketnow editors, as usual, every week, from now on.


Your hosts

Anton D. Nagy, Managing Editor, Romania: Follow him on TwitterFacebook, or Google+
Michael Fisher, Editorial Director, USA: Follow him on Twitter, or Google+
Jaime Rivera, Multimedia Manager, Honduras: Follow him on Twitter, or Google+


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