In the wee hours of Wednesday morning, Google lifted the lid on its new hardware devices for 2018 - including the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL smartphones. If you were sensibly tucked in bed, you can re-live the entire event right here.
Google unveiled some fun stuff at this year's Made By Google event. While we didn't get a Pixel Mini (boo!) the appearance of a new Slate tablet and smart home-friendly Home Hub were pretty impressive. You can see for yourself by clicking on the video below. (Skip to around the 15-minute mark.)
You can also check out an Aussie overview of the Pixel 3 range and Google Home Hub below.
Google has finally unveiled its Android smartphones for 2018 - the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL. There are a host of new hardware additions compared to last year's phones, including a notched display on the XL. If you're planning on grabbing a Pixel 3 or a Pixel 3 XL, here's everything you need to know, including Australian pricing, release date and specifications.
Google Home Hub is the latest member of Google's popular smart speaker family. At first glance, it looks like a Google Home with a HD screen bolted on top - which seems pretty superfluous, given you can already use Home to stream video to TVs. However, it turns out that the main selling point isn't video streaming at all. (The key is in the product's name.) In short, it will act as the central hub for all your smart home devices, allowing you to control them at a glance.