From: The Verge - Tuesday Jan 08, 2019 08:00 pm
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CES officially kicked off today (somehow, not yesterday), so we've got a ton of gadget news to run through. I've rounded up the stories I found most interesting below, but check the site because there's a ton more going on — new gadgets from Lenovo, tons of Google updates, and some CES award drama.



+ Today's big news: Google’s plan to take on Alexa — new features, new devices, and a Trojan horse

+ Watch: we tested Google Assistant's new interpreter mode

+ This is one incredible-looking gaming laptop

+ Everyone's dunking on AT&T for its fake 5G network

---> First T-Mobile, now Verizon

Doctors are worried about the Apple Watch EKG

+ OMG! Dell finally fixed the XPS 13's webcam

+ Some big new headphone competition from Audio-Technica

+ Come to CES to age yourself 20 years in an instant

+ This is neat: Lenovo's Android tablet basically transforms into an Echo Show with Alexa

OtterBox has fixed the worst part about PopSockets

+ Sony announces giant TVs

+ Also a party speaker with beer holders

+ From our friends at EaterCES’s kitchen of the future is sort of a nightmare

Samsung warns of sharp sales and profit decline

+ Intel says 10nm chips will ship this year

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