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One of LG’s highest-rated 55-inch smart TVs is under $590 on Amazon

The LG Electronics 55LF6100 55-Inch 1080p Smart LED TV (2015 Model) is one of LG's highest-rated TVs on Amazon, with a 4.5-star rating from nearly 300 customer reviews. This large smart TV includes cutting-edge features and the kind of high-end picture quality you've come to expect from LG televisions. Show More Summary

Free Use Of Samsung Smartphones For Selected Tourists To Korea

South Korea happens to be the home country of two major consumer electronics behemoths – LG and Samsung, and the country also boasts of having the highest number of Internet-connected users per capita of any large nation. SK TelecomShow More Summary

LG To Debut 2 New Flagship Phones In Bid To Revive Mobile Division

South Korean electronics giant LG will introduce two new flagship phones this year in an attempt to boost its mobile division's flagging sales.

LG's 'White Card' could replace all your credit and debit cards

Remember Coin, the electronic card that promised to replace your credit cards, debit cards and rewards cards? Yeah, it was a flop, but LG is now reportedly cooking up a similar version of the all-in-one payment card. The credit-card-like device will reportedly be called LG Pay White Card, according to a report by ETNews. Show More Summary

LG wants to replace all your credit cards with White Card, coming at MWC

While Samsung has integrated mobile payments right into its phones, LG is working on an electronic card in the vein of Coin and Plastc.

LG to launch 2 flagship phones in hopes of alleviating mobile losses

SEOUL — LG Electronics, the world's second-largest TV maker, on Tuesday reported an unexpected loss for the final quarter of 2015 as its smartphone business struggled and costs for raw materials rose. The South Korean company said Tuesday...Show More Summary

$435 Million To Be Invested To Triple Solar Production By LG Electronics

LG Electronics will invest $435 million to triple its production of N-type solar modules. An expanded production facility in Gumi, South Korea will be employed to reach this goal. Currently, LG’s production is approximately 1 GW, but it wants to grow that figure to 3 GW by 2020, with a stop at 1.8 GW by 2018. Show More Summary

Denon Speakers Won’t Provide Google Cast Support

At the Consumer Electronics Show 2015 Google announced Google Cast and revealed that it was teaming up with the likes of Sony, LG and Denon to bring its audio casting technology to their speakers. Both LG and Sony have come up with speakers...Show More Summary

LG K10 Coming To South Korea, Comes With 5.3-Inch Display, 13MP Camera & 2,300 mAh Battery, Priced at $165

LG is putting on sale a new device that was introduced during the Consumer Electronic Show (CES) 2016 in Las Vegas. Dubbed as the LG K10, the device is said to hit its home market, South Korea, on Thursday, Jan. 14. According to a report, the handset will have a price tag of 200,000 Korean wons, which is equivalent to approximately $165.

LG Sends Out Invites for MWC Where “Play Begins” on February 21

MWC, an electronics show with an actual mobile focus that has been the chosen platform for the big dogs to unveil real-deal phones for the past few years, kicks off on February 22 in Barcelona. We expect companies like Samsung to show...Show More Summary

LG Will Add Internet Streaming Channels To New TVs, Partner With Netflix For Global Expansion

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LG is taking its smart TV game to the next level. The Korean consumer electronics manufacturer will add streaming internet channels from brands like BuzzFeed... Visit Tubefilter for more great stories.

Samsung, Lenovo, LG & HP show off embarrassing copies of Apple TV, MacBooks at CES

CES wouldn't be the Consumer Electronics Show without a little Copycat, Emulate & Steal. This year's event showed off some of the tech industry's best ideas on how to make products that look as much as possible like Apple's as they attempt to transition from selling cheap commodity products to premium hardware that struggles to look designed in Cupertino.

LG CES 2016 Products Now Available For Pre-Order

It’s not unusual for us to wait for months before new products that have been unveiled at the Consumer Electronics Show arrive in the market. That’s almost always how it is and many products that have been announced this year are sticking with the tradition. Show More Summary

Watch the live video stream from Netflix’s CES 2016 keynote

When you think of press conferences at the annual Consumer Electronics Show, you likely think of big tech companies like Samsung, LG and Sony. Well press day was yesterday so all those events are now old news, though the products unveiled...Show More Summary

LG's Signature products aren't just premium, they're ULTRA premium

LAS VEGAS — Premium products are apparently not premium enough for LG At CES, the Korean electronics giant introduced LG Signature, its new ultra premium brand of electronics spanning new 4K OLED TVs to washing machines to a fancy air...Show More Summary

LG's latest prototype is an 18-inch display that can be rolled up like a magazine

We're still not entirely sure how the average person would use a bendable display that you can roll up like a magazine, but LG has already started making them a reality. Leading up to this year's Consumer Electronics Conference in Las...Show More Summary

The new LG fridge that looks like a giant iPhone lets you knock on the door to see what's inside

LG unveiled a bunch of new things at the 2016 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas on Tuesday morning. One of its new products is a fridge that looks like a giant smart phone. But the funny looking fridge comes with some innovative...Show More Summary

LG’s new OLED TV is as thin as 4 credit cards

LG’s new state of the art TV is just 2.5 millimeters thick, or as thick as four stacked credit cards. The organic light-emitting diode TV (OLED) was unveiled at the South Korean electronics company’s press event at the 2016 International CES, the big tech trade show in Las Vegas. It has integrated speakers within its […]

LG expects future growth from car electronics and Internet of Things

LG is working on a wide panoramic information display that can give you a lot of data without compromising safety by putting the data on the glass itself. The smart windshield is one of many displays, appliances, and other devices that the company hopes will supply its future growth. The company made the announcemnt at […]

There's two big areas LG wants to push into this year

LG held its annual press conference at the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas Tuesday. The company is focusing on two major areas in the coming year: cars and the internet of things. "You may ask, why is LG so interested in cars?" President and CEO of LG Mobile Electronics Skott Ahn said onstage Tuesday morning. Show More Summary

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