Apple. Google. Amazon. Microsoft. Samsung. Huawei. Razer. Nokia. Facebook.
The world's tech companies are announcing so many gadgets we don't know where to start. We'll be bringing you back-to-back-to-back coverage this fall -- and here's our guide to when and where it's all going down.
Apple (Sept. 12)
This fall kicked off with a bang -- not one, not two,were announced live from the Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino, California, on Sept. 12. We were there, and of literally everything you missed. You can also read CNET's if you want a replay of our up-to-the-second news and analysis.
Amazon (Sept. 20)
The event itself was something of a surprise -- no flashy invites being sent out in advance -- but Amazon's outdoor pop-up hardware event was like nothing we've ever seen on Sept. 20 in Seattle., including a freaking that can automatically order more popcorn. Not to mention a host of new features for existing Alexa devices, like the ability to and send you a burglar alert.
Oculus VR (Sept. 26-27)
is expected to be announced at Oculus Connect 5 on Sept. 26-27 in San Jose, California. We're expecting Oculus' to turn into a real product -- but probably not yet. Check back for more information on the event, including a link to a likely livestream.
Microsoft (Oct. 2)
Hints that new Microsoft Surface hardware will be announced in an Oct. 2 event in New York City came with the phrase "A moment of your time" . Software and service announcements are also expected when the party starts at 4 p.m. ET that day.
This post will be updated with livestream information, if and when available.
Nokia (Oct. 4)
Are you still a Nokia fan? You'll want to pay attention on Oct. 4 at 5 p.m. London time -- aka 9 a.m. PT -- when the company takes the wraps off Nokia 7.1 Plus? Or both? We'll let you know.in the UK. Could it be that crazy ? Or a more down-to-earth notched
Google (Oct. 9)
We're guessing that Google will announce the debut of the Pixel 3 ($800 at Verizon Wireless) and Pixel 3 XL, plus a live from New York City. Join us at 11 a.m. PT on Oct. 9 to . You'll be able to catch CNET's pre- and post-event coverage as well as Google's entire livestream (which you can also find on Google's YouTube Channel).
Razer (Oct. 10)
Think CNET is getting any rest after the Google event in NYC? Think again --, Razer will announce the second-generation of its gaming-centric Razer Phone on Oct. 10 in Los Angeles. , and our fingers are crossed that this one blows it out of the park.
Samsung (Oct. 11)
And the day after Razer, we'll immediately be prepping for a new Samsung Galaxy announce on Oct. 11. It's not clear whether it's a phone or not, but it's presumably something notable since Samsung didn't seem to thinkdeserved such an event. Since the tagline is "4X the fun," we're thinking maybe a device that folds and flips into different configurations -- say, or perhaps a . But it could also be a phone with four cameras. Why not?
You'll be able to find a livestream at Samsung's Galaxy website.
Huawei (Oct. 16)
Mate 20, the next flagship phone for Huawei, will . Last month, the company announced the Mate 20 Lite, which features a 6.3-inch display, a 20-megapixel rear camera, a 24-megapixel front camera and a secondary 2-megapixel camera for extra depth information. The Mate 20 is expected to have a screen as large as 6.9 inches. Check back for any updates on a possible livestream of this event.
Samsung (Nov. 7-8)
Rumors of asurround the Samsung Developer Conference in San Francisco on Nov. 7-8, which is when it's more likely to be unveiled. Stay tuned to see if the mythical becomes a reality.
As always, stay tuned to CNET for all of the news from these announcements. We'll have editors on the ground delivering you all of the details you need to know.
Originally published Sept. 7.
Update, Sept. 20: With more events and more info.
Correction, Sept. 21: Oculus Connect is in San Jose, not Santa Cruz, and Amazon's event took place in Seattle.