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Welcome to your Monday morning! Engadget is reporting live in the world's largest tech event, CES. We will send all the biggest news from Google, Samsung, Sony and the rest of the choices here. Expect the three epic days of liveblogs and our live stage show, all Thursday with official CAS awards at 8 pm ET / 5 pm PT. Here is the first CES news – more incoming.
Alon Musk represents SpaceX's Starship Test vehicle's final look
Alon Mask has posted Concept Artwork, which shows that the full number of SpaceX will look like a Starship vehicle. She borrowed more than a few hundred signs of Science-Fist 1950, with her gaming stainless-steel body. Test mile will be 30 feet like full thrust, but it will be short and surprisingly, it will go without windows. It is flying flights to Suburbital Graashopper and proves that the original formula is a sound before going to the orbital mission in 2020.
Apple has taken a CES announcement to target its competitors on privacy
Apple has never participated in the CES, but it's here. As many as tech companies and tech media landed in Vegas, many of the Apple's many private announcements were trumpeting their privacy certificates before they saw it.
Copy was a glittering reef on the classic Vegas formula: what happens on your iPhone is what remains on your iPhone. Apple has made the most fact that its phones are not trading on your personal data – in a show where it can not maintain physical presence.
Amazon sold more than 10 million Alexa devices
Amazon is generally coded about selling its hardware, let alone how much sound its auxiliary alexa runs. He has now announced that 100 million Alexa-equipped devices have been sold. Although there are no more details, it is a large number. We're just wondering how many people are actively working with Amazon's Voice Assistant, and whether Google has its voice-assisted numbers to boast it.
Samsung's 2019 smart TV will support iTunes and AirPlay 2
So far, using Apple's services on your TV means … well, buy an Apple TV. Not much: Samsung has announced its 2019 Smart TV (plus updated 2018 sets), which will offer both iTunes movies and TV shows as well as AirPlay 2 casting. Yes, you can buy or rent videos from iTunes and you can see them without buying additional Apple hardware in 4 or HDR Glory or otherwise climb backwards. The iTunes app will play well with Samsung's ecosystem, but supports the latest version of Universal Guide, search features and bikesby. This spring will start in 2019 clans.
Samsung has built 75-inch 4 or more 'Wall' with Microlods. Turned off the TV
Last year, Samsung showed modular microlodel panels, which made its Wall TV technology. This year, he updated the technology in two directions – large and small, and apparently also view-through. 219-inch & # 39; The Wall & # 39; And the & # 39; Window & # 39; Microloded panels have been put together to make the display – the big screen last year was just 146 inches. Samsung also announced the version of The Wall, which may be available in a 75 inches size with a 4-inch resolution in more inches sizes. There is no word on how much it will cost, but it is more realistic for consumer use than the 34-foot movie-theater screen, which was originally tech.
The breadbot gives fresh baked bread every six minutes
The robots that give the gift of carbs – they are real fate.
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