Evening all. You'll be here for news of Apple's new blower, the thoroughly leaked and heavily rumoured iPhone 5. Our colleagues at CNET.com are at the San Francisco launch mob-handed, while our fearless leader, editor Jason Jenkins, is at Apple's London event. Hopefully the Wi-Fi is better than it was at the last iPad launch.
Together with our faithful team back here at home base, we'll be bringing you some top-notch live coverage. CNET.com's Molly Wood, Brian Tong and Donald Bell will be live-streaming the event, while Josh Lowensohn and Scott Stein will be live-blogging text and photos at the same page.
While Jason brings you hands-on photos and piercing bon mots -- be sure to follow his Twitter feed -- our London home team will put everything in its UK context, with 4G a priority. That means prices in proper British pounds and availability in proper British dates, with the day and month the right way round.
Look out later on for a video roundup of tonight's news from the fresh-faced Luke Westaway, as well as a detailed, in-depth preview. Tomorrow morning we'll be following all this up with a tonne of extra insight and comparisons.
While you wait for the event to kick off at 6pm, check out our exhaustive guide to iPhone 5 rumours. What would you like us to pay special attention to tonight? Put all your useful suggestions and amusing Samsung-related nonsense in the comments below, or over on our Facebook page.