Here’s where to watch Google’s big event today

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Today’s the big day! Google is expected to announce some big things at its event in San Francisco. We’re expecting to see a new 4K Chromecast, a Google Home product launch, the Daydream VR viewer as well as some more major items, such as the new Pixel series of phones and the Android and Chrome OS merger known as Andromeda.

Want to know where you can watch this all go down? Find out after the break.

As we mentioned, the #MadeByGoogle event will be hosted in San Francisco, but if you can’t be there, you can watch it all go down live on YouTube from the official Google channel.

The event is set to start at 12:00 p.m. eastern time. In San Francisco, that’s 9:00 a.m. pacific time. At that time, you can head to their channel to watch the event or check it out below:

 

We’ve only got an hour and a half to go before the event starts. A lot of leaks happened last night, so we pretty much know what we’re expecting to see with the Pixel phones, but Google has a whole lot more to unveil than that.

Sit tight, folks. This is going to be a fun one!


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