Google event 2016 livestream: Here's how to watch the Made By Google event online

Google event 2016 livestream: Here's how to watch the Made By Google event online
Source: Getty Images
Source: Getty Images

It's time to see what Google is working on. Today, the tech giant will unveil a slew of new hardware at the Made by Google event. Most notably, the Pixel — a supposed Nexus replacement and iPhone 7 competitor — is widely expected to be introduced, as well as a couple of other products. You don't want to miss this, so here's how to watch a livestream:

The video embedded below is brought to you by the official Google YouTube channel. Before the event kicks off, it'll just show a countdown timer. But once the Made by Google showcase begins, the video will be an official livestream of the event. 

Source: YouTube

The event takes place in San Francisco, with a 9 a.m. Pacific start time. East coast Google fans should tune in at 12 p.m. Eastern. 

In addition to the Pixel, Google is expected to unveil a new Chromecast with 4K streaming, a new Google Wi-Fi router, and the Google Home — an apparent competitor to the Amazon Echo. 

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