Google will live stream its annual hardware event, 'Made by Google', from 4pm BST (11am EDT) today. You can watch that live stream at the top of this page.
Expected to headline at the event are the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL, the 2018 revisions to Google's own-brand smartphones. We should see the addition of wireless charging and a pair of wired Pixel Bud headphones in the box, plus some improvements to performance and photography, now with two cameras at the front. The new phones will be running brand-new Android Pie.
Tablet sales are slowing and many years have passed since Google unveiled the much-loved Pixel 7, but the company could also be about to announce a new Pixel Slate tablet if recent rumours are to believed. This is said to be a Chrome OS rather than Android tablet, however, and it's entirely possible that Pixel Slate and Pixelbook 2 rumours are being confused with both tipped for the launch event.
Also new on Tuesday will be Chromecast 3, now with a tweaked design and the addition of full Bluetooth support. And there will be Google Home announcements - most likely the Google Home Hub smart display, but we could also see a Google Home 2 and Google Home Mini 2.
Sadly the upcoming Pixel Watch smartwatch is unlikely to get a look in this time around.