Google's about to show off its fall hardware lineup — highlighted by its new Pixel 4 smartphone — at an event in New York City. But you can stay up to date on every new product Google reveals at its Oct. 15 Made by Google event even if you're nowhere near the Big Apple when things get underway. You just need to know where to stream the event online.
You can watch the full event below, as well as check out our Pixel 4 event live blog to see all the big announcements in one place.
Pixel 4 Event start time
Google's event gets underway at 10 a.m. ET/7 a.m. PT today (Oct. 15). We'll be there on site to cover the event, so keep an eye peeled for us on Google's live stream and tune into our Pixel 4 event live blog.
How to watch the Pixel 4 event
It's amazingly simple to watch a Google event since this is the company that owns YouTube. Just head to the Made By Google event channel on YouTube at the appointed hour, and you'll be able to watch a live stream of everything Google announces. See the embedded video below so you can watch.
Pixel 4 event: What's being announced
It's pretty clear that the Pixel 4 smartphone will make its debut on Tuesday, bringing multiple rear cameras and gesture-based controls to Google's flagship phone. Rumors have also pointed to the Pixelbook Go, a successor to Google's Chrome OS-based laptop, making an appearance, too.
Past Made by Google events have introduced smart home devices featuring the voice-powered Google Assistant, so it's safe to expect new products there this coming Tuesday. The Google Nest Mini smart speaker is just one device that's expected. Read our full preview of the Oct. 15 Google event before everything gets underway.
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Philip Michaels is a Managing Editor at Tom's Guide. He's been covering personal technology since 1999 and was in the building when Steve Jobs showed off the iPhone for the first time. He's been evaluating smartphones since that first iPhone debuted in 2007, and he's been following phone carriers and smartphone plans since 2015. He has strong opinions about Apple, the Oakland Athletics, old movies and proper butchery techniques. Follow him at @PhilipMichaels.