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Here’s how to watch the Pixel 4 Made by Google event from today

Today’s was the day — we already got to see the Google Pixel 4 live from New York City. We’ve covered everything that was announced at Made by Google 2019, and the Pixel 4 with the Motion Sense gesture controls arrived alongside a Google Stadia release date, the Pixel Buds 2, Pixel Book Go, and the Nest Home Mini.

It’s an exciting list, and if you were unable to watch the reveals live, you can be sure you’ll have all the revelations for your perusal, at your leisure.

When is it?

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The Made by Google started on October 15 at 7 a.m. PT or 10 a.m. ET. It streamed live from New York City, and ran for about an hour.

You’ll be able to watch it through the internet, but we will also had people on the ground keeping an eye on the proceedings and tweeting out the latest developments. Follow Mobile Editor Julian Chokkattu, Associate Mobile Editor Corey Gaskin, and Gaming Editor Felicia Miranda on Twitter to get their latest thoughts and hands-on experiences. We’ll also be sending out the latest stories and hands-on reviews through the Digital Trends and DT Mobile Twitter accounts, so make sure to follow both of those for up-to-date information.

Watching on YouTube

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To watch the event, all you need to do is tune into the Made by Google 2019 livestream on the official Made by Google YouTube channel. The livestream is already up and waiting, so all you need to do is access that link on October 15 and you’re good to go.

If you’ve got a Chromecast plugged into a TV, then you can cast the video to your device — for that relaxed, laid back approach to major hardware launches. To do so, wait until the livestream is up and running properly on October 15, and tap the “Cast” icon in the YouTube app on your phone to get started.

Though the event has ended, there is a lot left to discuss. Are the Pixel Buds 2 as good as Apple’s Airpods? Why does Google’s new Pixel 4 look so different? What more can we expect from Google’s new initiative to be sustainable, and how will Google Assistant’s new speed affect user experience?

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