O Vergecast The team is at the Consumer Electronics Show, so we recorded an episode last night to discuss everything that has happened so far at the "biggest technology event in the world" – most notably the TV news. Big television companies are taking AirPlay 2, HomeKit and even iTunes to their products, which makes Apple a big part of the talk for TVs this year.
Nilay Patel, Dieter Bohn, Ashley Carman and Vlad Savov also break the "silly things at CES" they've seen so far.
We have a well-organized show, and there will be another episode tomorrow, so stay tuned!
07:28 – Apple crashes CES with a gigantic dig in the privacy of Android and Alexa
08:16 – Five big questions about Apple putting iTunes on Samsung TVs
17:12 – LG will support AirPlay 2 for its 2019 TVs
20:20 – Taking the hopes of smart TVs would make them more expensive
11:01 PM – LG's innovative TV will be on sale this year
33:08 – LG's TV programming for 2019 includes Alexa, HDMI 2.1 and a 88-inch OLED
33:50 – Samsung's MicroLED 4K 75-inch TV represents a big step forward
33:59 – Sony is adding Apple's AirPlay 2 and HomeKit to its Android TV
38:27 – Sony's best speaker in 2019 has cup holders for his beer
43:33 – Roku and TCL are working on an 8K HDR TV in 2019
46:11 – Smells like there could be drama in the scented proprietary pod business
49:08 – Kohler's smart bathroom promises a "totally immersive experience"
54:08 – Asus reversed the notch to make the frames of your laptop even thinner
55:47 – Corsair shrunk the RGB LED to be as small as the head of a pin
59:07 – T-Mobile Bands AT & T to Update Phones with a Fake 5G Logo
If you want more Vergecast, You are lucky. We have a lot of shows coming out this week from CES. Yesterday, Nilay met with Vizio's CTO Bill Baxter to discuss AirPlay 2 and Apple HomeKit on Vizio TVs as well as the privacy surrounding smart TVs. You can check this in The Vergecast food.