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We're live from Google's 2018 Pixel event!

New phones, a tablet and some Home stuff -- it's all happening today.
Chris Velazco, @chrisvelazco
October 9, 2018
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Just about every major phone maker has already unveiled the latest and greatest for 2018 -- now it's Google's turn. We're coming to you live from the heart of Tribeca, where the search giant is gearing up to show off a pair of new, thoroughly well-leaked smartphones, plus its long-awaited Pixel Slate and some fancy new Home hardware.

That's a lot of new gadgetry to squeeze into a single press conference, and that's just the stuff we know about; with any luck, Google has managed to keep some goodies under lock and key this whole time. If nothing else, though, we're looking forward to getting some hands-on time with the new Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL, especially after they've been so tantalizingly teased on Toronto's mass transit system.

We're getting a little ahead of ourselves though. The big event kicks off today at 11 AM Eastern/8 AM Pacific, so keep your browser locked here for all of our live coverage of the day's most important announcements.

Follow all the latest news from Google's Pixel 3 event here!

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