The 2019 Consumer Electronics Show is wrapping up, with Friday being the final day. For our last CES video, we visited ShowStoppers, the show floor, and a few vendor events to show MacRumors readers some of the coolest stuff that we saw this year.
Not all of what we have to share is entirely Apple related, but there are definitely some interesting, eye-catching technology products that give us an idea of where the tech sector is headed.
Subscribe to the MacRumors YouTube channel for more videos. Some of the best TV technology at the show came from LG, with the company debuting a 65-inch TV that rolls up. The rolling mechanism lets the TV, which is super thin, tuck [...]
The 2019 Consumer Electronics Show officially kicked off today, with thousands of vendors showing off everything from smart toilets to new battery packs for the iPhone.
At CES, there are several major media events that are less overwhelming than the show floor, like Unveiled, Pepcom, and ShowStoppers. Pepcom took place last night, and MacRumors was on hand to check out some of the most interesting products and accessories that were being demoed.
Subscribe to the MacRumors YouTube channel for more videos. Mophie is showing off its new Juice Pack battery cases for iPhone XS, XS Max, and XR at CES, and was on hand at Pepcom for a quick hands-on. The new cases charge [...]
The annual Consumer Electronics Show starts this week, with thousands of companies overtaking Las Vegas, Nevada to show off their latest technology products. The Show officially starts on Tuesday, January 8, but as usual, there was a CES Unveiled event on Sunday to allow members of the media a little preview of what’s to come.
MacRumors attended CES Unveiled, and we rounded up some of the most interesting things that we came across at the event, along with a little bit of bonus coverage from Samsung’s First Look event.
Subscribe to the MacRumors YouTube channel for more videos. As usual, there were plenty of kooky, futuristic tech devices being shown [...]
It’s the end of the year, and 2018 is coming to a close. Over the course of the last several months, we’ve highlighted several useful Mac and iOS apps in our YouTube series, and for December, we’ve picked our favorites.
In the video and the article below, you’ll find a selection of some of the best apps that we’ve used over the course of the year.
Subscribe to the MacRumors YouTube channel for more videos.Mac Paste ($14.99) – Paste is a copy paste manager that keeps track of and organizes all the files, photos, URLs, and text snippets that you’ve copied and pasted on your Mac. Paste is described as a [...]