This week on AI: CES 2017, MacBook takes a bullet, LG UltraFine 5K hands-on and more

in General Discussion edited January 2017
CES 2017 carried the week with third party accessories vendors touting their Mac, iOS and Apple Watch wares in Las Vegas, but Apple made headlines with a few well-timed press releases.

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Everything you need to know:

  • AppleInsider braved CES 2017 so you didn't have to > >

  • Highlights included:
    • Lenovo's ThinkPad Thunderbolt 3 dock > >
    • OWC's DEC dock for MacBook Pro > >
    • Linksys, Netgear and Norton options for whole-home Wi-Fi > >
    • Griffin BreakSafe MagSafe-esque USB-C charging products > >
    • Nvidia's GeForce Now gaming service > >
    • AirBar turns MacBook Air into touchscreen laptop > >
    • BACtrack blood alcohol monitor strap for Apple Watch > >
  • We also went hands-on with LG's UltraFine 5K Display > >
  • A MacBook Pro helped save a life in Friday's Florida airport shooting > >
  • Intel launched Kaby Lake CPUs that will likely power Apple's next Macs > >
  • Apple closed its Apple Watch store-within-a-store concept in London > >
  • Apple announced it will reveal quarterly earnings for Q1 2017 on Jan. 31 > >
  • The company took heat for pulling the NYT app in China after government request > >
  • CEO Tim Cook and his executive team saw no bonuses due to a decline in sales over 2016 > >
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A roundup of all of our hottest stories this week:

AppleInsider's coverage of CES 2017

Quick take video review: LG's UltraFine 5K Display

Apple MacBook Pro saves man from bullet in Florida airport shooting

Intel launches new Kaby Lake chips suited for Apple's MacBook Pro, iMac

Apple shutters Apple Watch gallery in London's Selfridges department store

Apple to reveal fiscal Q1 2017 results on Jan. 31

Apple yanks New York Times app from China App Store at government's behest

CEO Tim Cook's compensation cut by $1.5M following Apple's 2016 decline in sales

Two-year probe of Apple's alleged anti-competitive behavior shut down by Canadian government


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