CES 2019 Overview Updated January 14, 2019

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January 2019

CES 2019 kicks off in Las Vegas on January 8th with some of the biggest names in technology hitting the showroom floor.

We’ll have live coverage and be reporting on all of the best new Apple accessories and related products here at 9to5Mac.

Read below for all of our CES 2019 coverage:

CES 2019 Stories January 14

Last week I attended CES in Las Vegas to help bring you 9to5Mac’s coverage of the latest tech products and Apple accessories going into 2019. While hands-on videos are one of the most effective ways to share the news, they can also be the most challenging to create amidst the chaos that is the show floor. This year, I decided to take my video workflow iOS-only and see what I could learn along the way.

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CES 2019 Stories January 10

Giant laptops and tablets are back, but how large is too large? [Poll]

At CES this week, we’ve seen a wide array of unique gadgets, some great electric vehicles and whatever this thing is. Shrinking bezels with more screen are certainly all the rage this year, and 17-inch laptops are back in the limelight.

At CES 2019 this week, TiVo showcased new applications for the Apple TV, Fire TV, and Roku. The new apps will allow existing TiVo users to view live and recorded content on multiple TVs using their existing hardware, as opposed to shelling out for additional TiVo Mini boxes.

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CES 2019 Stories January 9

Earlier this week at CES 2019, Signify expanded its Philips Hue line of outdoor lighting products with a new outdoor motion sensor and a variety of wall-mounted fixtures. 9to5Mac went hands-on with the new products to get a better look.

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Today at CES AMD unveiled its next-generation GPU, the Radeon VII (pronounced seven), the world’s first GPU with a 7nm process. This news is particularly intriguing for Mac users, given the outright lack of support for competing Nvidia cards in macOS Mojave. It’s highly likely that macOS will gain future compatibility with AMD’s just-announced hardware in future releases. expand full story

When it comes to using your iPhone as a mobile video rig, you’ll find a variety of products from stabilizers to lenses to external lighting. Few solutions, however, put a strong emphasis on audio. Microphone manufacturer Shure hopes to change the status quo with its new MV88+ Video Kit, a collection of accessories designed to help you create professional videos with great sounding audio.

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