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Google's 'Launch Night In' Event: New Pixel Phones, Chromecast and Nest Audio

Everything Google announced at its September hardware event, from a 5G-powered Pixel 4a and the new Pixel 5 smartphone, to a streaming TV service that could rival Roku and Amazon, and a $99 Nest Audio smart speaker. Here's what you need to know about these devices, how much they'll cost, and when you can get a hold of them.

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