CES: LG’s impressive rollable TV and Samsung’s iTunes integration

The Verge’s Nilay Patel, Ashley Carman, Dieter Bohn, and Vlad Savov discuss the first big news day at CES — including Samsung getting iTunes on their TVs, LG’s new rollable display actually coming out in 2019, and the numerous announcement of 8K.

07:28 – Apple trolls CES with a giant dig at Android and Alexa privacy

08:16 – Five big questions about Apple putting iTunes on Samsung TVs

17:12 – LG will bring AirPlay 2 support to its 2019 TVs

20:20 – Taking the smarts out of smart TVs would make them more expensive

27:08 – LG’s groundbreaking roll-up TV is going on sale this year

33:08 – LG’s 2019 TV lineup includes Alexa, HDMI 2.1, and an 88-inch 8K OLED

33:50 – Samsung’s 75-inch MicroLED 4K TV is a huge step into the future

33:59 – Sony is adding Apple’s AirPlay 2 and HomeKit to its Android TV

38:27 – Sony’s best 2019 party speaker has cup holders for your beer

43:33 – Roku and TCL are working on an 8K HDR TV coming in 2019

46:11 – Smells like there could be drama in the scented proprietary pods business

49:08 – Kohler’s smart toilet promises a ‘fully-immersive experience’

54:08 – Asus reversed the notch to get its laptop bezels even thinner

55:47 – Corsair shrunk the RGB LED down to be as small as the head of a pin

59:07 – T-Mobile roasts AT&T for updating phones with a fake 5G logoLearn more about your ad choices. Visit

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