Get ready for Google's biggest event of the year.
The search giant is set to announce a hardware-heavy lineup of new products when the curtain goes up at its big event in San Francisco on Tuesday, October 4 at 9 a.m. PT/noon ET.
What to expect
Based on rumors and leaks, here's what we expect:
- Two new phones that drop the Nexus name in lieu of "Pixel"
- Pricing, availability and more details on Google Home, the competitor the company announced earlier this year
- An upgraded 4K Chromecast video streamer
- A successor to its OnHub Wi-Fi router
- More information on Daydream, its new VR platform
- A new Pixel tablet (or laptop)
- Possibly: a whole new operating system that combines elements of Android and Chrome OS
You can check out the breakdown of all the rumors here, along with more detailed analysis from CNET's Rich Nieva. And as usual, CNET has a full team of reporters on site -- including Sean Hollister, Rich Nieva, Lexy Savvides and Stephen Shankland -- providing full coverage.
How to watch live
That same stream will transition directly to Google's presentation at 9 a.m. PT, noon ET and 5 p.m. UK, so you can catch all the action right here.