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Forget the yule log: Watch our Nexus 5X bootloop all day for some holiday cheer

The holiday season is in full swing, and this year, we have something special for you. Forget the yule log fireplace videos, the marathons of 1983's A Christmas Story on TV, and the holiday music radio stations on Spotify. Today, we have the perfect festive livestream for you to keep running in the background — a Nexus 5X repeatedly bootlooping.

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Watch today's Made by Google event here

Google's yearly hardware launch event is almost upon us. We already went over everything you can expect to see, but the main products of interest will be the Pixel 3 and 3XL, the Chrome OS-equipped Pixel Slate tablet, and the Google Home Hub.

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Watch Samsung's Galaxy Unpacked livestream here

We've been anticipating Samsung's Galaxy Unpacked for several weeks, and it's finally here. Granted, we've already heard about most of the Galaxy Note9's specs and features, but we're expecting to see the Galaxy Watch here as well.

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You'll soon be able to start a YouTube livestream directly from within the camera app

Google continues to improve YouTube's livestreaming features after having announced auto-captions and new chat features just last month. Today, Google has revealed that it's refining YouTube Live's streaming process to make it much simpler and quicker for users to get their livestream up and running.

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YouTube's Android app now lets you schedule livestreams

Livestreams are all the rage these days, with some people even making a handsome career out of the business. Nowadays, they're available on virtually every social media platform, and that includes YouTube. Now, YouTube's Android app has added scheduling functionality for livestreams, just in case you don't want to lose track of time.

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You can watch Google's event live here

Looking for a place to watch all of today's Google excitement? We've got your back. Well, that and a link to see the event as it's live streamed on YouTube. And don't worry, we'll be covering all the most important details, too. The stream is up now, but the event doesn't begin for another half hour yet. You can watch some hypnotic animations in the meantime, though. 

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[Update: Stable app released] Microsoft renames Beam streaming platform to 'Mixer,' releases Android app as a beta

You may recall that Microsoft purchased Beam, a live streaming company, back in August of 2016. The Windows 10 Creators Update, which was released not too long ago, includes Beam support for streaming games without having to install additional software. Today Microsoft has renamed the service to 'Mixer,' and released a beta of the Android app.

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FrontRow is a $400 livestream-capable wearable with two cameras and a circular touchscreen

Wearable tech may not be doing so well these days, with companies like Motorola pulling out of the smartwatch game and Google Glass not having the greatest reputation with the public, but that doesn't mean everyone's giving up on it. Ubiquiti has debuted the FrontRow, a wearable camera with a round display that enables the "effortless capture and sharing of life's experiences." Oh, and it's $400.

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ICYMI: The code to buy a OnePlus 5 right now

You may have watched OnePlus' recent launch event, which announced and demonstrated all the cool new features of the OnePlus 5. OnePlus might not have made things as clear as they could have during the live-stream, but they did actually drop the code for their "early drop" order system. So if you didn't catch it during the event — most of us didn't, either — you can pick it up here after the break. Who doesn't want to be at the front of the line?

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Livestream's Mevo camera now supports YouTube Live

Last year, Livestream (yes, there is a company called Livestream) released the Mevo camera, a small device designed for live broadcasting on the go. It was the first camera with integrated Facebook Live streaming, along with support for Livestream's own service (Periscope support came later). Now the beta versions of the iOS and Android apps support streaming straight to YouTube.

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