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All the big tech events coming this fall

All the big tech events coming this fall


Vox Media’s Code event is happening this week, and The Verge’s own editor-in-chief Nilay Patel will host alongside Casey Newton and Julia Boorstin to talk with guests like X / Twitter CEO Linda Yaccarino and more.

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September and October are some of the most exciting months of the year if you’ve been waiting all year to see the latest and greatest tech, even if that just means meeting the annual new iPhone.

Of course, events are also planned for entertainment, cars, and more, and you’ll be able to catch all the latest news on major events and conferences here on The Verge.

September 26th marks Vox Media’s Code event, which includes Verge editor-in-chief Nilay Patel co-hosting alongside Platformer founder Casey Newton and CNBC senior media and tech correspondent Julia Boorstin. This year, Code features guests including X / Twitter CEO Linda Yaccarino, Warner Music Group CEO Robert Kyncl, Allen Media Group CEO and founder Byron Allen, and more.

Also this week, Meta will host its Connect event on September 27th and September 28th, where it will share updates on its virtual reality developments, including the Quest 3. Earlier this month, we caught a glimpse of new Meta smart glasses with Ray-Ban branding. And Meta reportedly has a “sassy” new chatbot it might show off.

Rewinding back to early September — the IFA consumer electronics show in Berlin kicked off the events slate and then led into the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) that ran through September 17th (Here are our 12 favorite movies from the festival.) The schedule truly picked up with Apple’s iPhone 15 launch event, dubbed “Wonderlust,” which was closely followed by dueling events from Nintendo and Sony PlayStation on September 14th.

Amazon and Microsoft took the stage with competing hardware events in the same week of September 18th. The companies have similar ambitions to expand across both consumer hardware and generative AI tools for both consumers and businesses.

Techtober (or is it Techtember?) is here for the fall, and here’s where it all lands. Check out all the events that are yet to come:

Code 2023

Hosted by Nilay Patel, Casey Newton, and Julia Boorstin

When: Tuesday, September 26th, and Wednesday, September 27th — add to Google Calendar

Where: The Ritz-Carlton, Laguna Niguel in California

What: Code brings together the most influential voices in tech. This year, it features speakers including X / Twitter CEO Linda Yaccarino, Bumble founder and CEO Whitney Wolfe Herd, Warner Music Group CEO Robert Kyncl, Allen Media Group CEO and founder Byron Allen, Code co-founder Kara Swisher, and more.

Meta Connect 2023

When: Wednesday, September 27th, and Thursday, September 28th — add to Google Calendar

Where: Meta headquarters in Menlo Park, California

What: Meta’s Connect event showcases the company’s latest developments in virtual reality, and you can expect to learn more about the upcoming Meta Quest 3 VR headset.

Made by Google

When: Wednesday, October 4th, 10AM ET — add to Google Calendar

Where: New York City

What: Google will show off its latest Pixel devices at this yearly hardware reveal event. That includes the Pixel 8 series of phones and the Pixel Watch 2, Google has already confirmed.

Samsung Developer Conference

When: Thursday, October 5th — add to Google Calendar

Where: Moscone Center in San Francisco, California

What: Samsung is holding its ninth annual Samsung Developer Conference (SDC) in San Francisco, where it’ll showcase new Galaxy ecosystem updates across One UI 6, SmartThings, Bixby, Tizen, and more.

That’s probably not all, folks

As more events get announced, we will keep updating this page with the latest details.

Update September 25th, 11:04AM ET: Updated event listings.

Update September 14th, 9:40AM ET: Added Nintendo Direct and State of Play events.

Update September 18th, 2:10PM ET: Updated listings of events as well as details for Microsoft and Amazon.