Apple Trolls Google & Amazon With Billboard at CES

CES banned this robotic sex toy from show after rewarding it for innovation

CES banned this robotic sex toy from show after rewarding it for innovation

The largest electronics show in the world will feature many new products and technologies. In this episode of Consumer Tech Update, Kim gives us a snapshot of some of the tech we'll see from CES this week and what it will mean to us over the next few years.

One of the biggest digital companies surfaced a message on the side of a high-rise building in Las Vegas just in time for CES 2019, the biggest electronics show in the U.S. Apple's biggest rival, Google, on the other hand, has focused on introducing products around their virtual assistants- Google Assistant.

But it was Facebook that took the biscuit in April when a whistle-blower revealed slippery CEO Mark Zuckerberg had allowed a political consultancy firm to harvest the personal data of more than 80 million people's profiles.

CES banned this robotic sex toy from show after rewarding it for innovation

Apple, which does not maintain a regular presence at CES, did not immediately return FOX Business' request for comment.

Apple spent a lot of time in 2018 taking Facebook and Google to task for their terrible privacy policies. Apple has rightly earned a reputation for protecting users and their data, not only from third-parties, but making it inaccessible to the company itself. Cook has said that private information "is being weaponized" against consumers with "military efficiency".

CES starts Tuesday and runs through Friday. Amazon and Google are expected to be in attendance.

Tesla breaks ground on factory in Shanghai
Tesla's existing plant in Fremont, Calif., is ramping up to produce 500,000 annual capacity. Tesla has said it plans to use mostly local debt to fund the factory.

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