We hope you weren’t basing your calendar around Google’s big Android event on October 29th. The company has confirmed to us that it’s postponing the event to an as yet undetermined point in the future due to Hurricane Sandy, whose East coast arrival will follow so closely before the New York City gaterhing that Google isn’t willing to take the chance on its big day. If you’re experiencing a sense of déja vu, you’re not alone — Google delayed last year’s event revealing the Galaxy Nexus out of respect for the late Steve Jobs. While it’s not what we’d call an auspicious start to Google’s holiday launches, we can at least hope for an abundance of riches when the company is ready once again. The full statement waits below.
“We are canceling our Monday morning event in New York due to Hurricane Sandy. We will let you know our plans as soon as we know more.”
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