Samsung's Galaxy S III smartphone looks set to continue its reign as the most popular mobile phone in the UK, after seven months in the number one slot.
Intel has partnered with Acer, HP, Lenovo, Samsung and more to unveil today a slew of new tablet computers running Windows 8 based on Intel processors, such as the new “Clover Trail” Atom Z2760 CPU.
The mobile wars are heating up and Korean giant LG is firing the first shot in the Battle of 2013. The company recently launched Optimus G, also known as the E97x – powered by Qualcomm's first quad-core chip, the Snapdragon S4. Graphics power is provided by Adreno 320, and it really shows.
LG has released its latest TV, with a screen spanning a whopping 84 inches and a resolution that is four times 1080p high-definition.
LG posted some of the first pictures of its upcoming V720 27-inch all-in-one (AIO) on the web. The AIO packs LG's popular Cinema Screen IPS LED 3D-capable display, with the latest PC hardware, including "Ivy Bridge" CPU and "Kepler" GPU.
LG Display introduced the IPS7 series of premium desktop PC monitors. The series was given a worldwide launch. The monitors embed IPS LED-backlit LCD panels, with MHL (mobile high-definition link) feature, letting you plug it to smartphones, tablets, and cameras.
The latest move by LG ELectronics' in the smartphone market is now an Apple-like battery. Starting this fall, LG has decided to follow Apple's lead and integrate batteries into the design of its major smartphones. This battery integration with smartphone design results is a much sleeker phone, but the user can no longer replace the battery
There were some doubt from some of our readers with regards to an earlier article where we mentioned 1080p displays coming this year for smartphones, but lo and behold, LG has announced just that. The new display is rather large though at 5-inches and would be more for a "phablet" than a typical smartphone.
LG's first quad-core powered smartphone, the Optimus 4X HD is almost upon us with its arrival set for sometime next month into several European countries including the UK, Germany, Sweden, Italy and Poland. Pricing, global availability and exact launch dates between countries is yet to be made clear however.
LG has just finished polishing off an update for the user interface on its Android 4.0-running smartphones which while not bringing anything all that remarkable to the table, does carry with it a number of convenient additions which LG says will help make users' lives easier in getting tasks done with a faster and simpler
It has been rumoured that LG is now building a production line for flexible OLED screens which is setting them back around US $176 million. Supposedly their first wave of flexible (unbreakable?) OLED displays will be 730 x 460mm, but it is yet to be established when LG plans to have its preparations finalized and
LG will launch a Google TV later this month, according to a senior executive at the company, giving new hope for Google's internet-connected TV platform.
It's not easy being top dog in the smartphone market these days, as shortly after Samsung announced the Galaxy S III, its Korean counterpart LG revealed its Optimus LTE2 handset. The company held back on some key specs, but the Optimus LTE2 looks set to be another interesting device that will go head to head
In following suit with competitors all around and what is a definitive path, LG is also raising some of its services up onto the Cloud with the Beta of its LG Cloud online storage service having been given the green light.
LG is apparently soon to release a new Dual-SIM phone in its entry level Cookie line which indicates the company's focus isn't all just about Android.
The Optimus 4X HD is LG's upcoming quad-core smartphone that has made an appearance at the Mobile World Congress in February. While the LG Optimus 4X HD is reported to go on retail in May, it seems that screenshots of the benchmark results are leaked ahead of the launch.
There hadn't been many manufacturers pushing the Windows Phone aside from Nokia, HTC and Samsung. LG's new Windows Phone has been leaked since last year, but till now, we have yet to see or hear any update of it. Pocketnow has recently revealed the new Windows Phone, which comes in the form of LG Miracle,
With LG having great success in their 3D TV sales in China and North America, it is no wonder Japanese electronics companies Sony and Panasonic, who are struggling in this market segment, have opted to incorporate LG's 3D technology into their future line of TVs.
Verizon Wireless has announced that the LG Lucid 4G dual-core smartphone will be retailing in US from tomorrow at US$130; or US$80 with two-year contract (after a US$50 mail-in rebate).
Korean company LG has been busy with the introduction of three new phones at the recent Mobile World Congress. And it seems that a new Optimus LTE P936 smartphone has appeared on Federal Communications Commission (FCC).