Apple. Google. Amazon. Microsoft. Samsung. Huawei. Shaver. Nokia. Facebook.
The technology companies of the world announce so many gadgets that we do not know where to start. We will be giving you back-to-back coverage this autumn – and here's our guide to when and where everything goes down.
Apple (September 1
This fall started with a bang – not one, not two,were announced live by the Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino, California, September 12th. We were there and of literally everything you've missed. You can also read the CNET Live Blog if you would like a repeat of our latest news and analysis.
Amazon (September 20)
The event itself was a surprise – No provocative invitations are sent in advance – but Amazon's outdoor pop-up event was like nothing we've ever had on September 20 in New York City have seen.including a crazy that can automatically order more popcorn. Not to mention a lot of new features for existing Alexa devices, such as the ability to listen and send you a Burglar Alert.
Oculus VR (September 26-27)
announced] Santa Cruz California. That makes sense, considering we've been waiting for the Oculus prototype in Santa Cruz to become a real product. For more information on this event, see, among other things, a link to a likely livestream.is scheduled to ship in Oculus Connect 5 on September 26 and 27
Microsoft (Oct 2)
Notes that new Microsoft Surface hardware will be announced in an October 2, New York City phrase "One Moment of Your Time". Announcements of software and services are also expected when the party starts at 16.00. ET that day.
This post will be updated with live stream information if and when available.
Nokia (October 4)
Are you still a Nokia fan? They should be on the 4th of October at 17 o'clock watch. London time – also known as 9:00 pm PT – when the company completes the last phone  in the UK
Google (October 9)
We suspect that Google will announce the debut of Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL as well as a from New York City. Join us at 11:00 pm PT October 9th to . You can track CNET's coverage before and after the event, as well as Google's entire livestream (which you can also find on Google's YouTube channel).
Razer (October 10)
Do you think that CNET will get peace after the Google event in New York? Think again –Razer will announce the second generation of his gaming-oriented Razer Phone on October 10 in Los Angeles. very much, and our fingers are crossed that it blows it out of the park.
Samsung (Oct 11)
And the day after Razer, we'll be announcing on October 11th immediately for a new Samsung Galaxy. It's not clear whether it's a phone or not, but it's probably something notable since Samsung does not seemdeserves such an event. Since the slogan is "4X the fun," we might think of a device that folds and rotates in different configurations – say or perhaps a ] , But it could also be a phone with four cameras. Why not?
On the Samsung Galaxy website, you can find a livestream
Huawei (October 16)
Mate 20 the next flagship phone for Huawei, . Last month, the company announced the Mate 20 Lite with a 6.3-inch display, a 20-megapixel reversing camera, a 24-megapixel front camera and a second 2-megapixel camera for extra depth information. It is expected that the Mate 20 has a screen of 6.9 inches. Check for updates on a possible livestream of this event.
Samsung (November 7-8)
Rumors of asurround the Samsung Developer Conference on November 7th and 8th in San Francisco where it is more likely is revealed. Stay tuned to see if the mythical becomes a reality.
As always, stay tuned to CNET for all the news from these announcements. We will have local editors who will provide you with all the details you need to know.
Originally published on September 7th.
Update, September 20: With more events and more information.