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We're preparing to wrap things up in Las Vegas and head home after a long week at CES. Before we go, we'll leave you with the Best of CES and a few more things we saw on the show floor. Congratulations to all our winners!
Several hours of discussions and debate later, Engadget's editors have decided who among our finalists should win our Best of CES awards. Below is our list of winners for each category, as well as Best of the Best and People's Choice. Congratulations to all winners and finalists, including Impossible Burger 2.0, the unconventional winner of our Best of the Best prize.
Universal Space (UNIS) has revived the chunky arcade tablets that we remember from the '70s, but with a mechanical, rather than electronic mechanism. The home edition of its previously-crowdfunded Pong game is priced at $3,000, arcades can grab one for $4,299, while the cocktail twist retails for $4,499.
Bungie has reached a deal with Activision that will hand over the publishing rights to the shared-world shooter franchise. According to the developer, it's "ready" after getting Activision's help over the past eight years.
February usually means a new Galaxy S. This year will be a little different, however. For its flagship phone's 10th anniversary, Samsung will reportedly show off both the next Galaxy device and its much-anticipated foldable phone at an event on February 20th. Initial reports suggested we'd have to wait until March to see the foldable, rumored to be called the "Galaxy F."
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- Elon Musk shows off the first SpaceX Starship test vehicle
- Jake Gyllenhaal faces art world horrors in Netflix's 'Velvet Buzzsaw'
- In the cab of Daimler's level 2 autonomous semi-truck
- Cruising around on Riptide's $999 R1X electric skateboard
- T-Mobile starts verifying callers to fight spam
- TiVo will add apps for smart TV boxes and WiFi for Mini this year
- Google used CES 2019 to show off just how big its Assistant is
- Samsung dives into 8K, MicroLEDs and more at CES
- Google Translate will help Wikipedia fill its non-English websites
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