Do you have a spare 64 minutes and a burning desire to analyze every second of Google's latest press event? Alternately, did you miss the livestream and Sundar Pichai's dulcet tones because a faulty alternator stranded you at a truck stop for two hours? Then you're in luck, and so am I! The full version of Google's July 24th event has been posted to YouTube for your viewing pleasure.

If you'd like to dig deeper, check out our coverage of the new Nexus 7, the Chromecast TV dongle, the introduction of Android 4.3, and an in-depth look at the new additions to the third Jelly Bean release. Other new stuff mentioned in the video include textbooks coming to Google Play and a new Google Play Games app. We won't see the new Nexus 7 for another week (even longer if you want that multi-network LTE version), and Chromecast units are already hard to come by.

Want even more press event goodness? Google subsidiary Motorola is revealing their Moto X phone in New York exactly one week from today. Not that there's much left for them to surprise us with - we've had some pretty big scoops on Motorola's latest phone already.

Source: YouTube

Jeremiah Rice
Jeremiah is a US-based blogger who bought a Nexus One the day it came out and never looked back. In his spare time he watches Star Trek, cooks eggs, and completely fails to write novels.
  • Armus

    Are there hookers? I mean come on, who wants to see some guy on stage wielding seven inches without a chick around?

  • http://www.geekchoice.com/washington-dc Dagmar Schneitz

    If I can watch the Xbox conference, I think I can stand this conference. Emphasis on the word think.

  • Huton Gergö

    The interesting thing says that they are pushing the update starting starting" today", and nobody has reported that OTA is working...

    • DOcFunkinstein

      intresting thing it they are staged roll outs, as were all other otas from google. Strange enough my moms tablet got updated yesturday

  • Herman

    I wish I hadn't read all about this conference yet.
    It's much more fun to watch when something actually new is announced.

    Unfortunately I was at work at the time of the conference and I was just too curious to read about the Chromecast and new Nexus 7.

  • Rami

    I couldn't wait for the official video to be posted, so I watched the event over at Twit.tv (with comments by Leo & the TNT crew)