Last week we showed you LG’s latest TV that rolls up like a poster and now we have some video to share of the company giving a demo. At the 2018 Consumer Electronics Show, LG showed…
This is a video from the 2018 Consumer Electronics Show of LG demonstrating their 65-inch rollable OLED television. The 16:9 screen can be remotely rolled down into its little box to display different aspect ratios like 21:9 (to avoid...Show More Summary
After a whirlwind week, the annual International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) has finally come to a close. CES attracts an international audience and high-profile companies like Samsung, LG, and Google. While many tech giants have...Show More Summary
The start of 2018 has been pretty loud when it comes to LG, and that train is not slowing down this week. According to a new report, LG Electronics CEO Jo Seong-jin has taken a pretty drastic step and ordered the teams working [...]
After what could be an 11th consecutive quarter of losses, LG is finally pulling the plug on its yearly smartphone cycles. While the LG G7 and the LG V40 might still see the light of day, LG CEO Electronics Vice Chairman and CEO ChoShow More Summary
It’s been the battle of the digital assistants at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show, with Alexa and Google Assistant dominating the event. Amazon.com Inc.’s Alexa was the big hit at last year’s event, but this year it had competition from Google Inc. Show More Summary
In what must be an effort to stop the company’s continuous loss of money, LG Electronic’s Vice Chairman Cho Sung-jin announced a new approach for its mobile division. And if you’re someone who enjoys seeing new phones from LG each and every year around the same time, this news could be disappointing. Show More Summary
The CES show floor might be filled with hundreds of TVs that put your local electronics store to shame, but the real treasures of the show, the TVs packed with technology we'll have to wait for years to buy, are hidden in back rooms away from greasy fingers. Except ours, of course, as we had a chance to treat our eyes to the concepts LG Display brought to CES 2018. More »
Did we really need this? LG Electronics must have had something to prove this year at CES because it went over the top with its long, winding, 92-foot-long "OLED Canyon" made up of more than 240 displays. Image: Mashable / brian wong Okay, fine. Show More Summary
LAS VEGAS—Professional movers, rejoice. At CES on Monday, the South Korean electronics giant LG Display showed off a new, giant 65-inch television, but unlike most massive flat-screens, this one won’t be that painful to carry up some...Show More Summary
For Sony, CES is a show of sheer, brute force. It’s all about a big, flashy showing from a consumer electronics giant. And unlike big competitors like Samsung and LG, Sony hasn’t spent much of the past few weeks showing its hand, so there’s going to be plenty of unknown here. Show More Summary
LG's strange press conference at CES, filled with flat references to an automated A.I. future, and a failed robot demo, was partly rescued by the company's promise Google's A.I. would be integrated into TVs and other appliances.
A cute, table-top robot packed with digital smarts fell dumb on stage at an LG Electronics event touting "connected" lifestyles where machines obey spoken commands and anticipate needs.
Consumer electronics titan LG on Monday proclaimed this year a "tipping point" for smart homes, pushing hard into artificial intelligence and building Google Assistant into a smart speaker.
LG has launched a new model of its projector lineup ahead of the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2018. Known as the LG 4K UHD Projector, the new model, numbered HUK80KA, is the first of its kind as LG tries to outsmart its competitors. The...Show More Summary
The 51st annual Consumer Electronics Show kicks off in Las Vegas next week, but many companies will reveal their new products this weekend. They’ll be clustered on a handful of technologies, including fifth-generation or 5G wirelessShow More Summary
South Korean tech giant LG Electronics said Thursday it will showcase three new “concept robots” at next week’s consumer electronics show in Las Vegas A McKinsey report released in November said that up to 800 million workers could be affected globally by automation and the rise of artificial intelligence Tech companies are testing robots to […]
LG electronics announced some rather large, human-sized conceptual robots today that it seems to be marketing to people that don't want to schlep around their luggage or groceries. The announcement comes just before the start of CES, a time rife with of ideas — some which turn out to be useful and innovative, but many of which are junk. Show More Summary
When it comes to displays, companies push out new models that focus on three main areas: bigger, brighter, and higher-resolution. This latest offering from LG is no exception. The Korean consumer electronics maker has officially announced…
The Korean electronics giant gave us all a peek into what we'll soon be seeing (in extremely high resolution) at Vegas.