LG has to be pleased by the overall reception to the G3, from press and consumers alike. That said, perhaps in an effort to keep the momentum going, the electronics company just launched the G3 A, a smaller and slightly lower-specced version of its...
Following LG and Samsung both unveiling their contenders for the world's largest curved Ultra HD TV at CES earlier this year, the game of one-upmanship between the Korean electronics giants continues. Samsung announced last week that...Show More Summary
Korean electronics giants Samsung and LG compete in just about every area in which they operate. In the smartphone space, though, Samsung's Android-powered lineup remains top dog. Not only is it the world's top handset manufacturer,Show More Summary
Pretty soon setting up a TV will be as easy as unrolling a poster, if LG has anything to say about it The Korean electronics manufacturer unveiled a new kind of big-screen display that is ultra-thin and rolls up, and it expects to put...Show More Summary
LG likes curves just as much as we do. And no, we aren’t talking metaphorically. The consumer electronics firm has shown interest in curved and flexible displays before with the launch of.. LG unveils roll-up display panel that doubles up as an 18-inch OLED TV! is a post from The latest in tech and gadgets - Newlaunches.com.
Apple might be betting on flexible screens for the newest iPhone, but LG is taking the bendy screen to the next level. The electronics company says it's already made an 18-inch screen that rolls up smaller than a paper towel roll, yet still packs almost a million pixels, Phandroid reports. Show More Summary
This is hilarious you guys. I need to get one of these for everyone in my home, including all of my kids and my husband. LG has released a new tracking device that sort of looks like a bracelet (There's a Hello Kitty version!) that lets...Show More Summary
By Alcaraz Research: Apple (AAPL) investors, who are patiently waiting for the iWatch to become a reality, should take note that AT&T (T) will start selling the LG Electronics (LG) G Watch on July 11. Google's (GOOG) (GOOGL) wearable-specific Android Wear OS powers the LG G Watch. Show More Summary
The world of wearable technology is surely changing, and it is up to the masses to embrace it of course. Smartwatches are seen to be the next generation of devices that will bring mobile electronics to a whole new level, and so far,Show More Summary
LG Electronics has a new challenge: keeping the current team of WebOS software engineers happy so that they can continue to develop the operating system to make it more competitive.
One of the great stumbling blocks for getting the smartwatch out of the gadget set and into the mainstream is making it more user friendly. LG Electronics (LG) puts forward its answer with the unveiling of the LG G Watch; one of the first smartwatches to use Android Wear to produce a minimalist design aimed at a mass audience. Show More Summary
LG Electronics today introduced the highly anticipated LG G Watch, one of the first devices powered by Android Wear, Google’s new operating system which extends the Android platform to wearables. As a wrist wearable device featuring a… LG G Watch, One of the First Smartwatches Powered by Android Wear is a post by Brian Farmer on Highsnobiety.
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Days after Samsung introduced a Tizen OS-based smartphone, a UK-based analyst declared the operating system a non-starter, despite its backing by a consortium of heavyweights including Intel, Samsung and LG Electronics. “Is Tizen going anywhere? In a word, no,” wrote Andrew Sheehy, chief analyst for Generator Research in an online research report. To support his... Read More
LG Electronics is serious about bringing OLED technology to the TV market, despite continued doubts over whether the bright colors and curvy designs will outweigh a price tag equivalent to a subcompact car's.
LG hates being put down by the competition and the electronics manufacturer has decided to step above everyone else. How? By simply unleashing one of the most technologically advanced smartphones ever created!.. LG unveils the world’s first super-smartphone with cape and all, the G3 is a post from The latest in tech and gadgets - Newlaunches.com.
Today we watched Apple purchase Beats Electronics for $3 billion, investigated the benefits of solar energy, learned about LG's inspiration for the G3 and uncovered a few tricks to help you find new life in your old Wii. Read on for Engadget's news...
IndianExpress.com reports, “LG Electronics (LG) announced the launch of its premium smart appliances with HomeChat messaging service in South Korea. HomeChat employs Natural Language Processing (NLP) and LINE, the popular mobile messenger...Show More Summary
We saw LG's Lifeband Touch at January's Consumer Electronics Show and it's finally going on sale. Expect to see it on retail shelves later this month in the U.S., along with a pair of earphones that can measure heart rate and blood oxygen levels.