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How to see the event Made by Google 2019 to hear all the news

We already know many things about the upcoming cell phone of Google, the Pixel 4, but we will know many more on the 15th of October, 2019, when an official in New York along with other new features, maybe new devices Nest to home or the second generation of the wizard of Google. Below, we tell you how to see the event Made by Google 2019 that will be broadcast live. If you can’t be attentive in the moment, you can be sure that at Digital Trends in Spanish we will inform you of everything that there is to this.

When is the event Made by Google 2019?

ver el evento Made by Google 2019

The event Made by Google will begin October 15, at 7.m. PT, or at 10 to.m. ET. It will be broadcast live and is expected to last at least an hour or two. You’ll be able to watch it live via the internet, but we will have people on the ground to tell you all the news on the web and in social networks. Make sure to follow them to get updated information.

See Made by Google 2019 on YouTube

To view the event, all you need to do is tune in to the live stream Made by Google 2019 in the official channel of Made by Google on YouTube. The live streaming is already ready and waiting for you, so all you have to do is access this link on the 15th of October and you’ll be ready to see you.

If you have a Chromecast connected to a tv, you can cast the streaming live to your device, so you can enjoy a relaxed way of major hardware releases. To do this, wait until the streaming live is up and running correctly on the 15th of October, and tap the icon “Cast” in the YouTube app of your phone.

If you would like to receive a reminder before the event starts, click the button “Get notification” on the video page. This will allow Google to send you a notification before the event to make sure you don’t miss out on the event.

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