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Recap the Google Pixel announcement in just 13 minutes!

Google's announcement this week was full of important details about the company's future, and how it plans to maintain its dominance in the mobile space. But it was also nearly two hours long — which is why we condensed it down to 13 minutes, just for you! From the Pixel phones to Google Home to the Chromecast Ultra, Google Wifi and Daydream, we've got it all here, just shorter.
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