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 we back-to-back-to-back coverage this tumble — and here’s a beam to when and where it’s all going down.
Apple (Sept. 12)
This tumble kicked off with a crash — not one, not two,were announced live from a Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino, California, on Sept. 12. We were there, and of literally all we missed. You can also review CNET’s if we wish a replay of a up-to-the-second news and analysis.
Amazon (Sept. 20)
The eventuality itself was something of a warn — no adorned invites being sent out in allege — though Amazon’s outside pop-up hardware eventuality was like zero we’ve ever seen on Sept. 20 in New York City., including a freaking that can automatically sequence some-more popcorn. Not to discuss a horde of new facilities for existent Alexa devices, like a ability to and send we a criminal alert.
Oculus VR (Sept. 26-27)
Santa Cruz, California. Which creates sense, deliberation we’ve been watchful for Oculus’ Santa Cruz antecedent to spin into a genuine product. Check behind for some-more information on a event, including a couple to a approaching livestream.is approaching to be announced during Oculus Connect 5 on Sept. 26-27 in
Microsoft (Oct. 2)
Hints that new Microsoft Surface hardware will be announced in an Oct. 2 eventuality in New York City came with a word “A impulse of your time”. Software and use announcements are also approaching when a celebration starts during 4 p.m. ET that day.
This post will be updated with livestream information, if and when available.
Nokia (Oct. 4)
Are we still a Nokia fan? You’ll wish to compensate courtesy on Oct. 4 during 5 p.m. London time — aka 9 a.m. PT — when a association takes a wraps off Nokia 7.1 Plus? Or both? We’ll let we know.in a UK. Could it be that crazy ? Or a some-more practical notched
Google (Oct. 9)
We’re guessing that Google will announce a entrance of a Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL, and a live from New York City. Join us during 11 a.m. PT on Oct. 9 to . You’ll be means to locate CNET’s pre- and post-event coverage as good as Google’s whole livestream (which we can also find on Google’s YouTube Channel).
Razer (Oct. 10)
Think CNET is removing any rest after a Google eventuality in NYC? Think again —, Razer will announce a second-generation of a gaming-centric Razer Phone on Oct. 10 in Los Angeles. , and a fingers are crossed that this one blows it out of a park.
Samsung (Oct. 11)
And a day after Razer, we’ll immediately be prepping for a new Samsung Galaxy announce on Oct. 11. It’s not transparent either it’s a phone or not, though it’s presumably something important given Samsung didn’t seem to considerdeserved such an event. Since a tagline is “4X a fun,” we’re meditative maybe a device that folds and flips into opposite configurations — say, or maybe a . But it could also be a phone with 4 cameras. Why not?
You’ll be means to find a livestream at Samsung’s Galaxy website.
Huawei (Oct. 16)
Mate 20, a subsequent flagship phone for Huawei, will . Last month, a association announced a Mate 20 Lite, that facilities a 6.3-inch display, a 20-megapixel behind camera, a 24-megapixel front camera and a delegate 2-megapixel camera for additional abyss information. The Mate 20 is approaching to have a shade as vast as 6.9 inches. Check behind for any updates on a probable livestream of this event.
Samsung (Nov. 7-8)
Rumors of aapproximate a Samsung Developer Conference in San Francisco on Nov. 7-8, that is when it’s some-more approaching to be unveiled. Stay tuned to see if a fabulous becomes a reality.
As always, stay tuned to CNET for all of a news from these announcements. We’ll have editors on a belligerent delivering we all of a sum we need to know.
Originally published Sept. 7.
Update, Sept. 20: With some-more events and some-more info.