Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles [Music] Hi, everyone. Thanks for tuning in today. 2020 has been an incredibly challenging year for so many reasons and we hope you and your families are doing okay. Given what's going on today, Google's north star of being helpful to people feels more important than ever. There are a lot of things weighing heavily on people's minds right now and not everyone has access to some of the usual outlets that bring us comfort and relief. Things like connecting with family and friends, traveling, or even simply going to the movies has been challenging. So today, we want to bring a few of the things we've been working on across Google that we hope will bring a little joy, entertainment, and connection into people's lives. Today, you'll hear from our team about how our devices and services play a unique role in the delivery of Google's helpfulness. Shalini and Isabelle will tell you how the new Google TV and Chromecast will change the way people search for and organize content on their TVs. Mark, with the help of special guest, Mark Ronson, will explain how we've designed our new smart speaker to fill your entire home with music on demand from streaming services like YouTube for a fraction of what the whole home audio systems would normally cost. And Maya, Shenaz, and Soniya will share how we're putting the G in 5G on our two new Pixel phones built on Android. They're not just faster, but more helpful and affordable so that more people can experience this next chapter of mobile technology. These latest products and services bring together the best of Google's AI, software, and hardware to create helpful experiences built around you, your needs, and your wants. And where all you need to do is say "Hey, Google" or tap a button to get help in the moment. So grab a snack, get comfortable, and enjoy this first look at our new line up of helpful products. Play Launch Night In. [Music] That's right. That's what I'm talk... [Music] [A more helpful TV] For many families, TV is the heart of entertainment in the home. I remember growing up in India I always looked forward to Sunday evening when my family would come together to watch TV. It's usually a Bollywood movie. There was only one channel. It was called Doordarshan and literally the only thing that was on at that time. Now there is so much content to choose from whether it's movies, shows, Live TV, YouTube and it's across hundreds of content providers. It can actually take longer to choose something to watch than to watch the content itself. Building on everything we've learned from Android TV, today, I am really excited to introduce Google TV. [Music] [Google TV "commercial"] Google makes it so easy for anyone to enter something they're looking for and find results right away. That's the same experience we want to recreate on Google TV, a whole new approach whose aim is to deliver an entertaining and personal experience with recommendations and a discovery paradigm made just for you. For example, I'm a huge fan of dramas. I would usually look within all my different apps to figure out what should I watch. But with Google TV, I'll see a row of tailored recommendations from across all my favorite streaming subscriptions all in one place making it way faster to find something to watch. How many times has it happened to you that someone tells you about a great movie to watch or a great show to watch and you're on the street and you want to remember the name, but you've forgotten it by the time you've gotten home. It happens to me all the time. Another great feature that we brought to Google TV is a watchlist which gives you one easy place to bookmark movies and shows that you want to save for later. You can even add to your watchlist from your phone or your laptop and it'll be waiting for you on your TV when you get home. With YouTube TV fully integrated, you need never miss live events. You can record from your phone as well as get unlimited DVR functionality. You can also play music from your favorite services. And in ambient mode, turn your TV into your large digital photo frame showing all the favorite pictures you've taken. It even works with your Nest cameras and doorbells. We will be bringing the Google TV experience to many more streaming devices in the Android TV ecosystem. Today, Google TV is making its debut on the all-new Chromecast. To me the incredible part about Chromecast that we were able to make old TVs new TVs. So something that was antiquated all of a sudden became smart. Millions of people around the world use it every day to cast their favorite movies, shows, and music. The new Chromecast with Google TV builds on everything that people love about Chromecast and it's the perfect complement to Google TV. The biggest news here is the addition of a remote to help you navigate with either your finger or your voice. So my favorite button is the Assistant button and that's why we even made it a fun pop color. And with the Assistant button, it's so easy you just press it and you ask it what you want and it just magically shows up even when you say something like play The Great British Baking Show on Netflix. Remotes can often feel bulky and boxy with too many buttons. And for me, anything you bring into your home should feel like it's a part of your life and your personality even remotes. The new Chromecast remote has a floating stance that invites you to pick it up and it comes in three distinct colors that live naturally in their surroundings: snow, sky, and sunrise. We wanted to make the remote as delightful as a bowl of candy. We also have dedicated buttons for today's most popular streaming services like Netflix and YouTube to give even quicker access to the content that you love. There is so much wonderful content out there and we want to help you find it easily. Think of Google TV as your personal entertainment content curator. And the new Chromecast with Google TV is available today for just $49.99 in the US and it's coming to more countries by the end of this year. It's time for you to get cozy on the couch and let Google help you find what you're looking for. Open YouTube TV. [Music] ["Intro" the YouTube segment] Let's go. We got ABC. We got ACC, Adult Swim, Animal Planet and AMC. You're going to watch BBC America World News, BET and Bravo. Why are you eating nachos? The chips are looking salty, man, you need a little Cheddar. We got Big Ten Network, Cartoon Network, CBS and Cheddar. We got CMT, CNBC, CNN. I'm giggling in Comedy Central so hard I'd watch it again. Comet, Court and Cozi and Discovery and Disney. Watch a little E! and get celebrity news. Four different ESPN Channels, Food Network to brush up on your recipes too. FOX and Freeform, FS1 and FS2, oh, yes, yes, not one, not two, but three channels by FX, GOLF and HGTV, HLN, ID, and IFC. Yeah, Local Now and MLB Network, MotorTrend, drive a week. MSNBC, MTV, Nat Geo, and NBA, Newsy, NFL Network, Nickelodeon and Olympic Channel, OWN, and Oxygen and Paramount, and PBS and POP, SEC Network, Smithsonian and StartTV and Sundance rock. SyFy, Tastemade, tbs, Telemundo and Tennis and CW, TNT and TLC, I ain't finished. Travel Channel, truTV and Turner Classic, TV Land, TYT, Universo and Universal Kids. VH1, WE tv, YouTube Originals and a bunch of channels with original titles we do it big. The Bachelorette, The Masked Singer, Triple D, The Daily Show, The Walking Dead, and Fargo, and SportsCenter Away we go. Rick & Morty, 90 Day Fiancé, Friends, Impractical Jokers My flow is flamin' hot like you put my raps on a smoker. I watch Jersey Shore while I rip beats, RuPaul's Drag Race maybe even Schitt's Creek, Spongebob, black-ish, maybe even Yellowstone. Do I need to yell or can I tell you with a mellow tone? I could rap forever dropping names on this hard bass because YouTube TV gives you Unlimited DVR space, Live Sports, News, Shows, Movies, what a mouthful. You can get a Family Plan with six accounts per household. There's also not a cable box in sight. Don't you want that? We're way past cable. No hidden fees or long-term contracts. There's also this awesome channel called NBC, check it out. I'm hungry after all that. Let's see what's cooking in the kitchen. [Music] [Stovetop Sidekick with Netflix] Hello. Let's start that beauty montage. Oh, my goodness. [Music] When's the last time you cooked? I have no idea but we killed it. We did. The more I travel and taste the different cuisines of the world... Wow [speaking in foreign language] ...the more I realize that good cooking is universal. That's the only reason I came here. You got your candies on your cookie. [Music] [Nest Hub Max stocked with all the sweetest shows] [Made for Music] What kind of record do you want to make? Back from The Beatles and Motown, they have a sound. And it's such my childhood that 808 drum machine, K-pop, analog and digital, so many great songs. Hey Google, personality [indiscernible] All right. Awesome. That's already winning. Hello. I'm Mark Spates and I'm the Product Lead for Smart Speakers at Google. The original Google Home provided users with great sound. And for the first time, hands-free help from the Google Assistant. Well, we learned a lot since that journey. And one thing that was very clear is that people love music. Today we're introducing a new product to our family. Meet Nest Audio. Our goal was to create the very best smart speaker for listening to music for only $99. What's really great with Nest Audio as well as Nest Mini is that they all work together seamlessly, [sage, sand, sky, chalk, charcoal] one that could easily connect with other Nest speakers and displays and it could be the center of your whole home audio system. We spoke to sound engineers, musicians, and audio specialists on our own team.