TVs that rise out of a credenza. Robot legs that help you walk. A wand that “erases” skin blemishes. A tasty burger with no meat — and, of course, a smart toilet. We saw all that and more in Las Vegas last week as CES 2019 — the world’s biggest technology show — took over the city. CNET spent a full week covering the show from top to bottom, and we asked a few of the dozens of staffers we had on-site to summarize the key trends. Their answers are below — and they provide an executive summary of what you can expect from the tech world in 2019 and beyond. Sunday CES highlights: CES 2019 is here: A cleaner litter box, the Bread Bot and more early highlights Monday CES highlights: LG’s rollable TV wows and a car walks as CES 2019 prepares to open Tuesday CES highlights: CES 2019 opens to a flying car, a boxing robot and a Google Assistant ride The best of CES 2019: Our 10 favorite products of the show The weirdest stuff: Every weird product we saw at CES 2019 Now playing: Watch this: The top 10 best things we saw at CES 2019 22:46 Google dominates but Apple, Samsung and the Impossible Burger stole the show You couldn’t go anywhere in Las Vegas without seeing Google branding this year. The company even had a Disney-esque tram ride in its massive booth outside the convention center extolling the virtues of its Google Assistant. But it wasn’t just all… [Read full story]
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