Amazon's gaming service, Google's massive CES presence
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With 5G being one of the main focuses of the show, a report from the information says that Amazon might be working on a streaming video game system.
Technology that would certainly benefit from the promises of 5G mobile speeds.
But just like 5G, don't expect it to roll out right away.
The information says 2020 is a more likely launch date.
Google is all over CES 2019.
The words Hey Google are plastered all over Las Vegas and at a show where some major names have started to disappear, Google has doubled down on its presence.
They even built a form of the it's a small world ride, as part of their marketing effort.
They might be working.
A big takeaway from this year's show is that Amazon's Alexa doesn't feel like it has the tangible lead over Google's Assistant anymore.
And finally Nvidia and AMD are finding themselves in a graphics war of words.
And in Nvidia's breakfast here at CES, the company's CEO described AMD's new GPU as a lousy performer and poked fun at it For lack of ray-tracing technology, the highlight talking point, Nvidia's new RTX cards.
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