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CES 2020: HBO grappling with product differentiation, mulling AT&T bundling
As Warner Media LLC's HBO Max streaming product prepares for its 2020 launch, the company's leadership discussed its challenges when it comes to differentiating the product from other HBO services.
CES 2020: Apple, Facebook defend their privacy policies at roundtable
Executives from Apple Inc., Facebook Inc. and The Procter & Gamble Co. defended their companies' practices at a CES roundtable focused on consumer privacy concerns.
CES 2020: 5G to be driven by enterprise use
Representatives from the Consumer Technology Association focused on the power and potential applications of 5G during an opening presentation at CES 2020, arguing that enterprise will lead the charge to the next-generation wireless standard.
CES 2020: AMD ups ante against arch-rival Intel with new CPUs
Advanced Micro Devices Inc. announced a new range of mobile processors aimed at outperforming rival Intel Corp.'s offerings at CES. The lineup included the company's new third-generation Ryzen 4000 series mobile processors for laptops.
ViacomCBS strikes new carriage deal with Comcast
ViacomCBS Inc. renewed its content carriage agreement with Comcast Corp. for 23 CBS (US)-owned television stations in 15 major markets across the U.S. The parties also struck a deal to offer CBS' streaming service, CBS All Access, on Xfinity X1 and Flex platforms later this year.