LG Chem, chemicals arm of LG conglomerate today announced that it has started shipping hexagon-shaped batteries to global consumer electronics firms in order to help them promote their smart-watch business. The LG.. The post LG Chem Develops Hexagonal Battery for Smart watches appeared first on Gadgets, gizmos, and tech from the East.
Lahore – June, 26, 2015 – Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. announced today that it will partner with Korean telecommunications operator LG U+ to jointly develop 5G technology, in a move that will further strengthen both companies. The agreement...Show More Summary
Bowing to pressure, LG Electronics reduced the height of the $300 million headquarters it's building in Englewood Cliffs, N.J., that conservation groups said would have marred the view of the... To view the full story, click the title link.
The original plan for the LG Electronics building in Englewood Cliffs called for a 143-foot-high building that detractors said would mar the views from across the Hudson.
The unbroken vista of cliffs and trees on the New Jersey Palisades will be preserved after LG Electronics agreed to redesign their headquarters in a settlement with conservation groups.
(Reuters) - A long-running battle between LG Electronics Inc and environmentalists ended on Tuesday when LG agreed to halve the height of its planned North American headquarters so it will not obstruct views of the New Jersey Palisades cliffs.
LG’s G Flex phones are mostly known for their ability to bend slightly under pressure, but someday our mobile devices could be completely rolled up like a piece of paper. And researchers at the University of Michigan are hoping the art of intricate paper cutting might be the secret to that ultimate flexibility. Read more...
Richard Ryan at FullMag does seem to have this sort of fetish to shoot everything in sight – consumer electronics devices, especially. Anyone would know for sure that such devices are unable to stand up to the might of a bullet, what more a high caliber rifle. Show More Summary
Nokia has just announced that LG Electronics has agreed to license a certain number of royalty-bearing smartphone patents from the company.
Nokia and LG Electronics have announced an agreement where the Korean company will license a number of Nokia's smartphone-related patents. Nokia has announced that it will license a number of its smartphone-related patents to LG Electronics. The patents will cover a range of technologies related to communication over 2G, 3G, and 4G networks.
LG has tried its best to catch up with the competition this part of the year. After launching the second generation G Flex 2 in January, the Korean manufacturer has decided to pass up both the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas later that month, and the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona in February.
This monitor not only supports AMD's FreeSync technology, but it has a 3840 x 2160 resolution.
Despite some weird trademark filings, LG has not acquired Meerkat. News that the Korean electronics giant may have acquired the streaming video started to swirl after Phandroid uncovered a trademark filed by LG for an application called,...Show More Summary
Given that both Samsung and LG operate in similar industries, such as home electronics, white goods, displays, and mobile devices, it’s not surprising that they’re both considered to be rather bitter rivals, which is why we have to admit we are intrigued to find out which phone does better in an LG G4 versus Samsung Galaxy S6 speed test. Show More Summary
Microsoft has inked deals with Sony, LG, and other electronics manufacturers to preinstall its most used apps on Android tablets.
Microsoft is teaming up with LG Electronics Inc., Sony […]
South Korea’s LG Electronics has unveiled two new models of its G4 flagship smartphone on Monday, according to a report from CNET. Dubbed the G4 Stylus and G4c, the handsets are mostly similar to the G4 that was launched in April. However, the G4 Stylus is a larger variant that comes with a bigger, 5.7-inch […]
This post originally appeared on Business Insider. LG wants to make mounting your TV just as easy as sticking a magnet onto your refrigerator. At an event earlier this week, the South Korean electronics giant showcased an incrediblyShow More Summary
LG wants to make mounting your TV just as easy as sticking a magnet onto your refrigerator. At an event earlier this week, the South Korean electronics giant showcased an incredibly thin 55-inch television with a flexible screen that you can press onto your wall using magnets. Show More Summary
Leather-clad Android 5.1 smartie will make a difference – if people buy it South Korean electronics giant LG is putting on its best face after its bottom line plunged by two thirds.…